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Chlorothalonil Rapid Test For Agricultural Products


For Agricultural Products

Specs:10T / box
Testing Time:15 mins
Regulation: CN / EU / RU / US

Operation video

The Chlorothalonil Rapid Test is based on the Colloidal gold immunochromatography to detect the Chlorothalonil residues in agricultural products.

Performance Information
LOD: 1.0 mg/kg

Test kit
10 pcs
10 pcs
Buffer Solution
1 bottle
PE Groves
1 packet
Product Instruction
Storage & shelf-life
At 4~30℃, out of sun light & moisture, 18 months

Test procedure
1. Prepare the buffer solution follow the product instruction.
2. Take 2g samples (tubers--4g, Strip shaped—2g), cut cabbage into pieces about 1 cm. Take the cross-section or epidermis of the tubers into the sample cup, add 10ml of buffer solution. Shake for 1 ~ 2mins, pour out the extract solution, and stand for 2mins as test sample. If the extract is turbid or too many impurities, it can be measured after filtering.
3. Prepare the test card and the sample stand for room temperature and use the test card within 1h if unsealed.
4. Take out and place the test card on the flat desk. Pipette 2-3drops of sample, (about 60-80µl), into the sample well (no bubble).
5. Reacting for 3-5mins, then read the result. Result after 30mins is invalid.

Interpretation of results
Negative: line C&T appear
Positive: only line C appear
Invalid: line T&C does not appear or only the line C appear.

Results illustration
Refer to the instruction

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Trivia questions : What is chlorothalonil?

About chlorothalonil

Chlorothalonil solubility

The solubility in water was 0.6 ppm, 2 g / kg in acetone, and 8 g / kg in xylene. The industrial product content is about 98%, and it is stable in alkali and acid aqueous solutions and ultraviolet light irradiation. Formulation 2.5%, 5% granules, 75% wettable powder.

Chlorothalonil types

Chlorhexidine is a broad-spectrum fungicide that replaces benzene.

Chlorothalonil mode of action

The mechanism of action is that it can interact with glyceraldehyde triphosphate dehydrogenase in fungal cells, and combine with cysteine-containing proteins in the enzyme, thereby destroying the enzyme activity, destroying the metabolism of fungal cells and losing vitality.

Chlorothalonil uses

Chlorothalonil spray

Chlorhexidine is widely used in China to control fungi. The commonly used dosage forms are: 50% 75% wettable powder, 10% oil, 5%, 25% granules, 2.5% 10% 30% 45% smoke, 5% powder. Each of the above dosage forms is easily diluted by water and can be used for ground spray or aerial spray. It usually remains in soil, groundwater and surface water.

Chlorothalonil fungicide group

Chlorhexidine is a broad-spectrum, protective fungicide. The mechanism of action is that it can interact with glyceraldehyde triphosphate dehydrogenase in fungal cells, and combine with cysteine-containing proteins in the enzyme, thereby destroying the enzyme activity, destroying the metabolism of fungal cells and losing vitality. There is no systemic conduction effect of chlorothalonil, but after spraying on the plant body, it can have good adhesion on the body surface, and it is not easy to be washed away by rain, so the period of efficacy is long.

Chlorothalonil trade name

Trade names include Bravo, Chloro-thalonil, Daconil 2787, Exotherm Termil, Forturf, Mold-Ex, Nopcocide N-96, Ole, Pillarich, Repulse, and Tuffcide. The compound can be found in formulations with many other pesticide compounds.

Chlorothalonil toxicity

It has a strong stimulating effect on the conjunctiva and cornea of rabbit eyes and is not sensitive to human eyes. No carcinogenic, teratogenic and mutagenic effects were observed in animal tests. Toxicity classification Low toxicity Acute toxicity Oral-rat LD50: 10000 mg / kg; Oral-mouse LD50: 3700 mg / kg
Flammability hazard characteristics Combustion produces toxic nitrogen oxides and chloride gases.
On October 27, 2017, the list of carcinogens published by the International Agency for Research on Cancer of the World Health Organization initially compiled the reference, and chlorothalonil was in the list of 2B carcinogens.

Chlorothalonil poisoning

Acute toxicity
Chloride is very toxic to fish and aquatic organisms.
Chloride has no obvious sensitizing effect, but it is irritating to the skin and eyes.
Chronic toxicity
Chronic toxicity of bacteriocin to rodents is mainly caused by gastrointestinal and renal toxicity, leading to an increase in the incidence of gastric cardia and sinus hyperplasia and hyperkeratosis, and an increase in the incidence of renal proximal tubule epithelial cells. There was no significant chronic toxic damage to chlorin in dogs.

Chlorothalonil poisoning symptoms

(1) Inhalation of the respiratory tract: causing symptoms of irritation of the respiratory tract mucosa, such as rhinitis, dry throat, sore throat, cough, sputum, chest tightness and other symptoms.
(2) Skin contact: It can cause irritation such as local pain and itching, which can cause mild contact dermatitis. Like the mild burning reaction of the sun, the skin can gradually recover in about 2 weeks.
(3) Mistakes into the eyes: Eye pain is felt immediately.
(4) Ingestion of the digestive tract: There may be pain in the mouth and throat, nausea, vomiting, and epigastric pain.
(5) Exposure to chlorothalonil can cause allergic symptoms, including eye congestion, bronchospasm and rash.

Chlorothalonil poisoning treatment

(1) Inhalation of respiratory tract: quickly remove the patient from the work site to fresh air, keep the airway open, and give oxygen in case of breathing difficulties. If breathing is stopped due to inhalation of excessively high concentration of liquid medicine or allergies, acute respiratory spasm may occur, and first aid measures such as artificial respiration should be taken immediately. In-hospital treatment was given oxygen inhalation, antibiotics, and appropriate fluid replacement therapy; pulmonary edema should be prevented due to excessive fluid replacement.
(2) Skin contact: Remove contaminated clothing immediately, rinse with soap and plenty of running water for at least 15 minutes.
(3) Eye contact: Rinse with plenty of flowing water or physiological saline for at least 15 minutes. If there is still irritation, special ophthalmological treatment must be performed.
(4) Ingestion of the digestive tract: repeatedly rinse mouth with water to avoid vomiting. Use milk or eggs to clean the stomach, reduce gastrointestinal absorption, and protect the digestive tract mucosa.
(5) For patients with allergies, antihistamine or steroid drugs can be given.

Chlorothalonil poisoning prevention

1. The fish venom should not pollute the fish ponds and waters;
2. Can not be mixed with alkaline pesticides such as stone sulfur mixture, Bordeaux liquid;
3. Prone to phytotoxicity Pear, persimmon, peach, plum, and apple tree are used at high concentrations, which will cause phytotoxicity; mixed with fenitrothion, peach trees are susceptible to phytotoxicity; mixed with carbamex, tricyclic tin Tea trees can cause phytotoxicity.


The Chlorothalonil Rapid Test For Agricultural Products kit provided by BALLYA can effectively detect the presence of chlorothalonil in agricultural products.
This kit is easy to operate, and has a short test time and high accuracy. The test results comply with EU standards, which can effectively ensure the safety of agricultural products.

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