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Residual characteristic of tebuconazole and fludioxonil in Allium victorialis (Allium ochotense Prokh.)
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Residual characteristic of tebuconazole and fludioxonil in Allium victorialis (Allium ochotense Prokh.)
Woo, Min-Ji; Hur, Kyung-Jin; Kim, Ji-Yoon; Saravanan, Manoharan; Kim, Se-Weon; Hur, Jang-Hyeon;
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 Abstract
In recent years, Allium victorialis has been extensively used as a pharmacological agent for various diseases in the form of anti-arteriosclerotic, anti-diabetic and anti-cancer. Allium victorialis is severely affected by various fungal diseases since it naturally grow in the shady and humid environments in Korea. In this case, different types of fungicides are applied to control the fungal diseases in Allium victorialis. The present study was aimed to determine the residual characteristics of two fungicides namely tebuconazole and fludioxonil on Allium victorialis. For this study, the fungicides were drenched soil on Allium victorialis in the cultivation area Pyeongchang by the standard (two thousand fold) and double (thousand fold) dilutions. At the end of , and days samples were collected for residue analysis. Residues of tebuconazole and fludioxonil were analyzed using GC/NPD (Gas Chromatography/Nitrogen Phosphorus Detector) and their recovery were found to be 108.8~119.5% and 91.3~104.8%, respectively. The method of limits of quantification for both fungicides was . Further, the results of this study shows that the residue levels of both fungicides on Allium victorialis were < and and their % ADI (% Acceptable Daily Intake) were 17.44% and 25.75%, respectively. Based on the results obtained in this study, we suggest that the residue levels of both of the fungicides on Allium victorialis are safe and these fungicides can also be used to control fungal diseases in Allium victorialis.
 Keywords
Allium victorialis;Pesticide residue;Tebuconazole;Fludioxonil;
 Language
Korean
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