A colorless crystalline compound, C8Cl4N2,used as a fungicide on a variety of vegetable crops, peanuts, lawns, and turfs and as a preservative in paints and adhesives.(noun)
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Use "chlorothalonil" in a sentence
"The most effective have the common name chlorothalonil which will be on the label."
"Along with Save the Frogs, it features a rogue's gallery of alleged poisons: atrazine, Roundup, chlorothalonil."
"Three fungicides -- chlorothalonil; mancozeb; and for organic growers, fixed copper fungicides -- are labeled for late blight and will provide fair control."