DMDS for agricultural soil fumigation

Product range
plant-fumigation

Originally developed as a methyl bromide replacement, dimethyl disulfide (DMDS) has demonstrated consistent performance as a broad spectrum soil fumigant used for the control or suppression of nematodes, various soil-borne plant diseases and weeds, with particular success against nutsedge (Cyperus sp.).

 

Globally, an integrated pest management strategy based on DMDS has demonstrated a consistent ability to deliver marketable yields that are comparable to methyl bromide, but at a distinctly lower cost.

 

 

Identity

CAS number
624-92-0
Chemical name
Dimethyl Disulfide
Common name
DMDS

Geographic availability

Africa and Middle-East
Asia-Pacific
Europe
Oceania
South America

Markets

  • Food industry and agrochemicals
    • Agriculture

Applications

  • Soil Fumigation
 
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