A thiocarbamate herbicide, available only in mixtures (e.g. di-allate and chloridazon), in the form of concentrated emulsions.


[etiology.gif] Etiology
See Carbamates and dithiocarbamates. Under normal conditions of use, the risk of poisoning by consuming vegetation treated with di-allate is very low.


[toxic.gif] Toxicity
Oral doses in mg/kg or concentrations in mg/l:


LD50 rats 340-460
  dogs 510
TD chickens 150 for 10 days or 250 for 7 days
  cattle 25 for 5 days or 50 for 3 days
  sheep 25 for 5 days or 50 for 3 days
LC50 (48 h) fish fish 8.2


[clinical.gif] Clinical features
In ruminants

In poultry
Note: alopecia in sheep is indicative of chronic poisoning.


[lesions.gif] Lesions
Non-specific:


[treatm~1.gif] Treatment
No antidote. Symptomatic care only.