Mold-resistance Effect of Bamboo Wood Treated with CCC-organic Complexes

IRG/WP 09-30514

Sun Fangli, Yang Le, Chen Anliang, Bao Binfu, Li Qiao

Mold resistant effect of CCA, ACQ, CuAz, CCC and the compound of CCC and propiconazole were researched on bamboo wood of Phyllostachys pubescens were reported in this paper. Results showed that all of the test fungicides could protect bamboo wood better from Penicillam citrinum than from Trichoderma viride and Aspergillus niger. The complex of CCC and propiconazole had the best resisting effect on all of the test mold fungi. ACQ had better resisting effect on Penicillam citrinum, but not so effective on Trichoderma viride and Aspergillus niger, especially on Aspergillus niger. CuAz had better effect only on Penicillam citrinum. CCA and CCC had better resisting effect on Penicillam citrinum only at higher retentions, but had poor effect on the other two test fungi.


Keywords: bamboo wood; chitosan-copper complex; organic fungicides; mold-resistant efficiency

Conference: 09-05-24/28 Beijing, China


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