REVIEW Imazalil is a fungicide widely used in agriculture, particularly on a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, but it is primarily used on tubers for storage. Imazalil sulfate is also used in veterinary medicine as a topical antimycotic. Common fungi that are attracted to tubers are Fusarium spp, Phoma spp, and Helminthosporum solani which depreciate the crop quality. . Imazalil is effective against Penicillium molds on fruits after harvest. This compound inhibits ergosterol biosynthesis in mycelia of Penicillium expansum.
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