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Procymidone is a pesticide. It is often used for killing unwanted ferns and nettles, and as a dicarboximide fungicide for killing fungi, for example as seed dressing, pre-harvest spray or post-harvest dip of lupins, grapes, stone fruit, strawberries. It is a known endocrine disruptor (androgen receptor antagonist) and to interfere with the sexual differention of male rats. It is considered as poison
- Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicine Authority. "Chemical Review Program/Procymidone". Retrieved 9 February 2012.
- Ostby, J; Kelce WR, Lambright C, Wolf CJ, Mann P, Gray LE Jr. (1999). "The fungicide procymidone alters sexual differentiation in the male rat by acting as an androgen-receptor antagonist in vivo and in vitro". Toxicol Ind Health 15 (1-2): 80–93. doi:10.1191/074823399678846718. PMID 10188193. Retrieved 9 February 2012.
- Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicine Authority, Chemical Review Program. "procymidone_poster.pdf". Retrieved 9 February 2012.
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