Triclopyr 300g/L+ Picloram 100g/L EC (400EC) , Herbicide, Pesticide
|FOB Price:||US $10 / L|
|Min. Order:||1 KL|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|1 KL||US $10/ L|
|Production Capacity:||1000kl Per Year|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T|
- Model NO.: EC
- Method of Application: Cauline Leaf, Soil Treatment Agent
- Composition: Organic
- Colour: Dark Brown
- Specification: EC
- Appearance: Liquid
- Usage: Non-Selective
- Specific Conductivity: The Tag Type Herbicides
- Trademark: bosman
- Origin: Shanghai
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Selective systemic herbicide, rapidly absorbed by the foliage and roots, with translocation throughout the plant, accumulating in meristematic tissue. Induces auxin-type responses in susceptible species (mainly broad-leaved weeds, grass weeds being unaffected at normal application rates).
Formulation: Triclopyr 300g/L+ Picloram 100g/L EC (400EC)
Packing detail: 200L/drum, 20L/drum, 5L/can, 1L /bottle, 500ml/bottle etc.
Control of woody plants and many broad-leaved weeds (e.g. nettles, docks, brambles, gorse, broom) in grassland, uncultivated land, industrial areas, coniferous forests, plantation crops, and rice fields.
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|triclopyr 95%TC 48%EC herbicide cas no 55335-06-3|
Common name: Triclopyr
Chemical Name: IUPAC: 3, 5, 6-trichloro-2-pyridyloxyacetic acid
CAS: 2-[(3, 5, 6-trichloro-2-pyridinyl) oxy] acetic acid
Molecular Weight: 256.46
CAS No.: 55335-06-3
Chemcial Family: Pyridinyloxyacetic acides
Specification: 95%TC, 48%EC, 60%EC
Appearance: fluffy colorless solid.
S.g./Density: 1.85 (21°C)
Melting Point: 148-150°C.
Boiling point: Decomposes at 208°C.
Vapour Pressure: 0.2mPa (25°C)
Solubility: In water 0.408
Stability: Stable under normal storage conditions and to hydrolysis,
but subject to photodecomposition
Control of woody plants and many broad-leaved weeds (e.g. nettles, docks, brambles, gorse, broom) in grassland, uncultivated land, industrial areas, coniferous forests, plantation crops, and rice fields. In plantation crops (oil palm, rubber) at 125-250 g a.e./ha for covercrop maintenance, and at 0.72-1.0 kg a.e./ha to control Eupatorium odoratum and other problem plants; in pastures at 1-2 kg/ha to control annual and perennial herbaceous weeds, and at 2-4 kg/ha against Rubus spp. and other woody plants; in forestry at 4-8 kg/ha for site preparation, and at 1.5-2.0 kg/ha for conifer release; for industrial sites at 2-8 kg/ha; in rangeland at 0.24-1.0 kg/ha. Phytotoxicity Clovers are sensitive, as also are larch, lodgepole pine, ornamentals, and edible crops.