diuron


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diuron

a phenylurea herbicide of low toxicity but capable of poisoning animals if given in very large amounts. Causes anorexia, weight loss and muscular weakness.
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Now, for manufacturers wishing to formulate with an alternative to the Diuron algaecide active used in Polyphase 663, Troy is introducing Polyphase S99, an advanced low-leaching, Diuron-free broadspectrum fungicide + algaecide.
Paints which have the above characteristics fall within the scope of the Lonza patent, even when other active molecules such as terbutryn, diuron or OIT are included.
Sorption and leaching of diuron on natural and peat-amended calcareous soil from Spain.
This year LXS released its first products containing slow release Diuron (algicide) and it is already developing additional products making using of this technology.
50] of protected (P) versus free (F) terbutryn and diuron algaecides.
Rounding out the top five in the region were three herbicides: glyphosate, diuron and 2,4-D.
For example, char, which is derived from the burning of crop residues, has been shown to reduce the activity of a variety of pesticides including chlorpyrifos (Kamm and Montgomery 1990) and diuron (Toth 1973; Yang and Sheng 2003a, 2003b), benzonitrile (Zhang et al.
In Japan, terbacil is also sold in a mixture with diuron under the Zobar([R]) trademark.
In addition to our on-going development and registration activities, we entered into a collaboration with Monsanto in the area of weed resistance, we acquired the rights and licenses of the active ingredient diuron and launched fipronil-based products in the US.
2008) investigated the complexation characteristics of humic substances in composted cotton gin trash as a potential method of reducing the bioavailability of endosulfan sulfate and diuron in irrigation tail waters.
Among the pesticides being reviewed are two - Diuron and Carbaryl - that are also considered human carcinogens, she said.
Simazine was the most frequently detected compound (13 sites), followed by atrazine (9), terbuthylazine (6), hexazinone (3), and diuron and dieldrin at 1 site each.