bromacil


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bromacil

a methyluracil herbicide with moderate toxicity for sheep. Signs include bloat, incoordination, depression and anorexia.
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Many herbicides such as terbacil, bromacil, metribucin and metamitron are photosynthesis inhibitors (LAFER, 2010).
Dutch subsidiary has acquired the global Bromacil herbicide business assets of DuPont Crop Protection (NYSE: DD), the company said.
Target: DuPont Crop Protection/ Bromacil herbicide business assets
Concentrate shall have a minimum Bromacil content of 11.
en el 2003 el Instituto Regional de Estudios de Sustancias Toxicas de la Universidad Nacional (IRET) evidencio la presencia del toxico bromacil en las aguas superficiales.
2] Can, Eq, Peru, Col, FAO, Nov Mex) Bromacil (314-40-9) 1100 (Can) Bromoxynil (1689-84-5) 11 (Aus/NZ, Can) Cadmium (7440-43-9) 5 (Venezuela); 10 (AS, Aus/NZ, [Bra.
dagger]) Anthracene, chlorpyrifos, diazinon, isopropylbenzene, 2,6-dimethylnaphthalene, 1,4-dichlorobenzene, bromacil, 3-t-butyl-4-hydroxyanisole, isopropylbenzene, 4-cumylphenol, and 4-n-octylphenol were not detected in samples.
Atrazine, ametryn, and bromacil were most often detected in the water samples, whereas pesticides which bind strongly to soil, are highly persistent and/or used in large amounts, e.
Farmers use the herbicide bromacil to control brush in citrus fields.
The rural Siquirres communities of Cairo, Francia, Milano and Luisiana, all in the heart of pineapple country, have been receiving water from tanker trucks since July of 2007, when traces of bromacil, an herbicide, were discovered in the groundwater;
Atrazine, bromacil, diazinon, hexazinone, and terbuthylazine were applied to both sites in November 2002, with procymidone also being applied to the Nelson site, and trifluralin being applied to the Southland site.
Lima (2007), evaluating the height of "D" and "E" leaves in pineapple, variety MD-II Gold, applying the herbicides diuron + bromacil (2 + 2 kg [ha.