Cartap

Cartap is a pesticide that was first introduced into the market in Japan in 1967. Its commercial names include Padan, Kritap, AG-Tap,Thiobel, and Vegetox. Its basic chemical structure is S, S-[2-(dimethylamino)-1, 3-propanediyl] dicarbamothioate . It is commonly used as a hydrochloride (C7H15N3O2S3HCl). Cartap is essentially a contact and stomach poison. It is used for the control of chewing and sucking pests and results in insect paralysis. It has been categorized as a high-effectiveness, low-toxicity, and low-residue pesticide used in rice and sugarcane fields.
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