Trichlorfon (a.k.a. Metrifonate) is a is a moderately toxic organophosphate insecticide. It can be used against the blood fluke caused by schistosomiasis. Trichlorfon is a stomach poison insecticide used on foliage for chewing insects and in dry sugar bait for fly control. Above pH 6, Trichlorfon is converted rapidly to dichlorvos, which accounts for its toxicity. Due to its toxicity and being metabolised to dichlorvos in plants, it was banned in a number of contries, including those of Europe Union, Brazil, New Zealand, and Argentina.
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