Fungicide used in plant protection products as well as in biocidal products.
Tebuconazole is a triazole fungicide. Due to its chemical structure two different enantiomers (R- and S-) exists. The technical mixture contains equal amounts of both.
Tebuconazole has a relatively broad spectrum of activity.
As active ingredient it is found in biocidal products like wood preservatives and film- fibre- and masonry-preservatives.
In plant protection tebuconazole is used in agriculture, e.g. against smuts and bunts, as well as on ornamental plants, e.g. against mildew and rust.
The usage of tebuconazole especially in wood preservation and as plant protection product may lead to environmental burdens. In the aquatic environment tebuconazole is persistent and toxic to aquatic organisms. Furthermore, it is suspected to be carcinogenic and endocrine disruptive.
Fine insoluble mineral or organic particles in the water phase
Important, old-industrialised conurbation in Germany.
Longest river in Germany
Fourth largest river basin in Central Europe
Region in the chemical triangle of Central Germany
2006 - 2012
Links to external information and legislation
Zeitreihenuntersuchung von Irgarol und den Azolfungiziden Tebuconazol und Propiconazol in Schwebstoffproben der Umweltprobenbank des Bundes (UPB)
Jena: FOOD GmbH Jena Analytik-Consulting, 2013. - 32, Projektnummer (28 221), 2013