Active Ingredient 95% min.

White powder

 Physical and chemical properties
Chemical Name


Empirical Formula


Molecular Weight


Structural Formula


Melting point

158 - 159


In water 36.4 mg/l (25℃).  In acetone 53, butyl stearate 1.4, benzene 1.2 (all in g/kg, 27℃). Sparingly soluble in hydrocarbons.

Vapor pressure

 1.1 x 10-3  mPa (25℃)


97%TC, 80%WP, 80%SC



Diuron is a systemic herbicide, absorbed principally by the roots, with translocation acropetally in the xylem.

Used to total control of weeds and mosses on non-crop areas at 10-30 kg a.i./ha. Selective control of germinating grass and broad-leaved weeds in many crops, including asparagus, tree fruit, bush fruit, citrus fruit, vines, olives, pineapples, bananas, sugar cane, cotton, peppermint, alfalfa, forage legumes, cereals, maize, sorghum, and perennial grass-seed crops at 0.6-4.8 kg/ha. Phytotoxic residues in soil disappear within 1 season at these lower rates.


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·Propanil 97%TC 360g/L EC
·Pretilachlor 95%TC 97%TC 30%
·Pendimethalin 97%TC 40%EC 33
·Paraquat 45%TC 27.6%SL
·Oxadiazon 95%TC 25%EC 12.5%E
·Mesotrione 98%TC 10%SL
·Isoproturon 97%TC 50%WP&SC
·Glyphosate 95%TC 62%IPA 48%S
·Glufosinate ammonium 95%TC 1