Active Ingredient 98% min.

brown powder

 Physical and chemical properties
Chemical Name


Empirical Formula


Molecular Weight 339.3
Structural Formula


Melting point 165

In water 2.2 (pH 4.8), 15 (pH 6.9), 22 (pH 9) (all in g/l, 20 °C).

Vapor pressure

5.69 x 10-3 mPa


98%TC, 10%SL. 



Uptake is foliar and via the root, with both acropetal and basipetal translocation. Symptoms are whitening of leaves, followed by necrosis of the meristematic tissue.

Under development for pre- (at 100-225 g/ha) and post- (at 70-150 g/ha) emergence control of broad-leaved weeds, such as Xanthium strumarium, Ambrosia trifida, Abutilon theophrasti, and Chenopodium, Amaranthus and Polygonum spp., and some grass weeds, in maize.


·2,4-D dimethyl amine salt 72
·Cyhalofop-butyl 97%TC 10%EC
·Butachlor 92%TC 60%EC 50%EC
·Atrazine 97%TC 90%WDG 80%WP
·Ametryn 97%TC 80%WP 80%WDG
·Acetochlor 92%TC 95%TC 50%EC
·Quizalofop-P-ethyl 95%TC 5%E
·Propanil 97%TC 360g/L EC
·Pretilachlor 95%TC 97%TC 30%
·Pendimethalin 97%TC 40%EC 33