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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION

  1. In customary use of this fungicide, it may be dissolved in an organic solvent prior to use. If a solvent mixture is ingested, the primary toxicological consideration should be given to the solvent, along with the strong irritant potential of chlorothalonil.
  1. Concentrations of 0.1% and greater in organic solvents are moderate dermal irritants in animals and would be expected to be irritant to eyes and gastrointestinal tract. Lawn applications are generally of aqueous solutions of 0.08% to 0.14% and are expected to produce mild dermatitis.
  1. Occupational asthma has been reported following inhalational exposure to chlorothalonil. Chlorothalonil concentrations of 0.01% were reported to cause an anaphylactoid reaction. Aspiration pneumonitis may occur due to the solvents in fungicide formulations.
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