Fungicidal mixtures

Fungicidal mixtures

  • CN 1,246,034 A
  • Filed: 01/26/1998
  • Published: 03/01/2000
  • Est. Priority Date: 01/30/1997
  • Status: Abandoned Application
First Claim
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1. a Fungicidal composition comprises:

  • (1) be selected from the quinazolinone, N-oxide of general formula I and agricultural thereof at least and go up a kind of compound in the salt that is suitable for, Wherein;

    D is O or S;

    R 1Be C 1-C 10Alkyl;

    C 3-C 5Cycloalkyl;

    C 3-C 10Alkenyl;

    C 3-C 10Alkynyl group;

    C 1-C 10Haloalkyl;

    C 3-C 10Halogenated alkenyl;

    C 3-C 10The halo alkynyl;

    C 2-C 10Alkoxyalkyl;

    C 2-C 10Alkylthio alkyl;

    C 2-C 10The alkyl sulfenyl alkyl;

    C 2-C 10The alkyl sulfonyl alkyl;

    C 4-C 10Cycloalkyl-alkyl;

    C 4-C 10The alkenyloxy alkyl;

    C 4-C 10The chain oxy-acetylene alkyl;

    C 4-C 10(cycloalkyl) oxyalkyl;

    C 4-C 10Alkenyl sulfane base;

    C 4-C 10Alkynyl group sulfane base;

    C 4-C 10(cycloalkyl) sulfane base;

    C 2-C 10Halogenated alkoxy alkyl;

    C 4-C 10Halo alkenyloxy alkyl;

    C 4-C 10Halo alkynyloxy group alkyl;

    C 4-C 10Alkoxy alkenyl;

    C 4-C 10The alkoxyl alkynyl;

    C 4-C 10The alkylthio group alkenyl;

    C 4-C 10The alkylthio group alkynyl;

    C 4-C 10The trialkylsilkl alkyl;

    By NR 5R 6, nitro, cyano group, or phenyl (this phenyl can be at random by R 8, R 9And R 10Replacement) C that replaces 1-C 10Alkyl;

    C 1-C 10Alkoxyl;

    C 1-C 10Halogenated alkoxy;

    C 1-C 10Alkylthio group;

    C 1-C 10Halogenated alkylthio;

    Perhaps pyridine radicals, furyl, thienyl, naphthyl, benzofuranyl, benzothienyl, perhaps quinolyl, these groups can be arbitrarily by R 8, R 9And R 10Replace. R 2Be C 1-C 10Alkyl;

    C 3-C 7Cycloalkyl;

    C 3-C 10Alkenyl;

    C 3-C 10Alkynyl group;

    C 1-C 10Haloalkyl;

    C 3-C 10Halogenated alkenyl;

    C 3-C 10The halo alkynyl;

    C 2-C 10Alkoxyalkyl;

    C 2-C 10Alkylthio alkyl;

    C 2-C 10The alkyl sulfenyl alkyl;

    C 2-C 10The alkyl sulfonyl alkyl;

    C 4-C 10Cycloalkyl-alkyl;

    C 4-C 10The alkenyloxy alkyl;

    C 4-C 10The chain oxy-acetylene alkyl;

    C 4-C 10(cycloalkyl) oxyalkyl;

    C 4-C 10Alkenyl sulfane base;

    C 4-C 10Alkynyl group sulfane base;

    C 4-C 10(cycloalkyl) sulfane base;

    C 2-C 10Halogenated alkoxy alkyl;

    C 4-C 10Halo alkenyloxy alkyl;

    C 4-C 10Halo alkynyloxy group alkyl;

    C 4-C 10Alkoxy alkenyl;

    C 4-C 10The alkoxyl alkynyl;

    C 4-C 10The alkylthio group alkenyl;

    C 4-C 10The alkylthio group alkynyl;

    C 4-C 10The trialkylsilkl alkyl;

    C 2-C 10The cyano group alkyl;

    C 1-C 104-nitro alkyl;

    By CO 2R 5, NR 5R 6, perhaps (this phenyl can be at random by R for phenyl 7, R 9And R 10Replacement) C that replaces 1-C 10Alkyl;

    At random by R 7, R 9And R 10The phenyl that replaces;

    -N=CR 5R 5Or-NR 5R 6Or R 1And R 2Be combined together to form-CH 2(CH 2) qCH 2-;

    Q is 0,1,2,3 or 4;

    R 3It is halogen;

    C 1-C 8Alkyl;

    C 3-C 8Cycloalkyl;

    C 2-C 8Alkenyl;

    C 2-C 8Alkynyl group;

    C 1-C 8Haloalkyl;

    C 3-C 8Halogenated alkenyl;

    C 3-C 8The halo alkynyl;

    C 1-C 8Alkoxyl;

    C 1-C 8Halogenated alkoxy;

    C 3-C 8Alkenyl oxy;

    C 3-C 8Alkynyl group oxygen base;

    C 1-C 8Alkylthio group;

    C 3-C 8Alkenyl thio;

    C 3-C 8The alkynyl group sulfenyl;

    C 1-C 8Alkyl sulphinyl;

    C 1-C 8Alkyl sulphonyl;

    C 2-C 8Alkoxyalkyl;

    C 2-C 8Alkylthio alkyl;

    C 2-C 8The alkyl sulfenyl alkyl;

    C 2-C 8The alkyl sulfonyl alkyl;

    C 4-C 8Cycloalkyl-alkyl;

    C 3-C 8Trialkylsilkl;

    NR 5R 6C 5-C 8The trialkylsilkl alkynyl;

    Or at random by at least one R 7The phenyl that replaces;

    R 4Be hydrogen;

    Halogen;

    C 1-C 4Alkyl;

    C 1-C 4Haloalkyl;

    C 1-C 4Alkoxyl;

    Or C 1-C 4Halogenated alkoxy;

    Each R 5Be hydrogen independently;

    C 1-C 4Alkyl;

    Or at random by at least one R 7The phenyl that replaces;

    Each R 6Be hydrogen independently;

    C 1-C 8Alkyl;

    Or at random by at least one R 7The phenyl that replaces;

    Or work as R 5And R 6When combining with same nitrogen-atoms, R 5And R 6Can be combined together to form-CH 2CH 2CH 2CH 2-,-CH 2(CH 2) 3CH 2-,-CH 2CH 2OCH 2CH 2-,-CH 2CH (Me) CH 2CH (Me) CH 2-, or-CH 2CH (Me) OCH (Me) CH 2-;

    Each R 7Be halogen independently;

    C 1-C 4Alkyl;

    C 1-C 4Alkoxyl;

    C 1-C 4Haloalkyl;

    Nitro or cyano group;

    R 8Be C 1-C 6Alkyl;

    C 1-C 6Alkoxyl;

    C 1-C 6Haloalkyl;

    Halogen;

    C 2-C 8Alkynyl group;

    C 1-C 6Alkylthio group;

    Separately at random by at least one R 7The phenyl or the phenoxy group that replace;

    Cyano group;

    Nitro;

    C 1-C 6Halogenated alkoxy;

    C 1-C 6Halogenated alkylthio;

    C 2-C 6Alkenyl;

    C 2-C 6Halogenated alkenyl;

    Acetyl group;

    CO 2Me or N (C 1-C 2Alkyl) 2Each R 9Be methyl independently, ethyl, methoxyl group, methyl mercapto, halogen or trifluoromethyl;

    And Each R 10Be halogen independently;

    (2) be selected from (a) at least and act on bc in the fungi mitochondrial respiratory electronics transmission site 1The compound of complex and (b) control a kind of compound in the compound of fungal disease by suppressing the sterol biosynthesis;

    And arbitrarily (3) at least a surfactant, a kind of solid diluent or a kind of liquid diluent;

    Wherein component (1) and component (2) exist with Fungicidally active dosage, and the mol ratio of component (1) and component (2) is about about 30;

    1 to 1;

    30.

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