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The liquid concentration lawn and garden fungicide for home use known as Ortho Daconil 2787 was taken off the market in May of 2011, making it a trademarked product. It is known by its chemical name, chlorothalonil, which may also be written as tetrachloroisophtalonitrile. During the middle of the 1990s, Monsanto Chemical began producing Daconil 2787 for their own use. At the time, Monsanto Chemical was the owner of the Ortho brand. This product was used to treat vegetable plants, fruit trees, ornamental shrubs and bushes, and lawn grass for fungal illnesses such as leaf spots and rusts. Additionally, this product was utilised to manage fungal diseases such as leaf spots and rusts on lawn grass.
Ortho Daconil 2787 is a trademark for a discontinued (as of May 2011) liquid concentrate lawn and garden fungicide for home use. Its chemical name is chlorothalonil, or tetrachloroisophtalonitrile. Daconil 2787 was introduced in the mid-1990s, and manufactured for Monsanto Chemical, which owned the Ortho trademark at the time. This product was used to control fungal diseases such as leaf spots and rusts on lawn grass, as well as to treat vegetable plants, fruit trees and ornamental shrubs and bushes for fungal infestations.