English name: Uniconazole
Chemical name: E-(RS)-1-(4-chlorphenyl)-4, 4-dimethyl-2-(1H-1, 2, 4triazole-1-yl)-pent-1-ene-3-ol
Physical and chemical property:
Appearance: White crystal solid
Metling point: 147-164° C,
Solubility: 8.41mg/L in water(25° C), soluble in acetone,, chloroform, DMF
Toxicity: Low toxicity, acute oral LD50>4642mg/kg
Characteristics: A triazole plant growth regulator, systemic and conductive upward, and whose E-type activities is 10 times more that that of paclobutrazol. Lt has the effects of dwarfing crop plants, resisting to lodging of crops, facilitating the formation of flower bud and raising crop yield, etc.
This product is plant growth regulator of tirazole and an biosynthesis antagonist by gibberellic acid with strong function on growth inhibition. It inhibits elongation of internodal cells and retards plant growth. The reagent conducts all through the inner plant. It promotes effective tillering, dwarf plants, control spindling, prevention lodging, flowering and fruiting, increasing yield after spraying. Other information about precautions, first-aid poisoning, storage and transport and other matters, please notice the tags of products.
Application: Vegetables, fruit trees, ornamental plants, lawn, etc.
Uniconazole is plant growth regulator, such as a GA synthesis inhibitor include height control for antilodging in cereal crops, chemical pruning and height control in fruit trees, plant size control in ornamental species, and growth control in turf, weeds, vine, shrubs and trees. The secondary physiological effects is used as increasing reproductive growth (flower and fruit set ), and improve plant resistance to environmental stress (e. G. Drought, frost and heat ).