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A member of the substituted aromatic class of pesticides derived from the parent compound hexachlorobenzene, dicloran is an effective protectant of seeds and ornamental plants. The fungicide may also be utilized on fruit and vegetable crops either before or after harvest to control diseases and may be applied via a variety of methods, including aerial sprays and dusts. Some of the most common items that dicloran is currently utilized to treat are grapes, lettuce, celery, tomatoes, and peaches. The fungicide is sometimes found in formulations with other pesticides, but is incompatible with certain oil-based chemical compounds.

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