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CHEMICAL, PHYSICAL, AND BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF HERBICIDES AND PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS -- Continued
Acute Oral
Common and
Chemical Designations1
Toxicity,
Dermal
Trade Name and
(Cost per Pound: and
L D50 ( w / k g )
Manufacturer  2
and Rating
Toxicity
Biological Information and Remarks
Commercial Formulation
moderately
Nonselective, translocated, foliage applied, growth-
AMITROL-T
2,500
Amitrole
regulator herbicide. Particularly effective in control-
toxic
AMIZOL
moderately
(3-amino-s-triazole
ling poison ivy and certain other broadleaf weeds,
WEEDAZOL
toxic
($10.25/lb; water
grasses, and aquatic plants. Should not be applied if
Union Carbide
soluble powder or
rain is expected within 12 hours. New leaves that
AMINO
liquid)
appear after a plant has been treated may be bone
TRIAZOLE
white. Amitrole inhibits chlorophyll formation. It is
CYTROL
broken down in soil within 2 to 3 weeks. Two-year
AMITROLE-T
feeding studies with rats show that amitrole is a weak
American
goitrogen.
Cyanamid
Corporation
Used as a high-volume foliage spray for nonselective
slightly
AMMATE X-N1
3,900
AMS
control of most woody plants, both hardwood and
toxic
DuPont
moderately
Ammonium sulfamate
coniferous species. Also controls many herbaceous
toxic
($1.00/lb; water-
perennials. Crystals or concentrated solutions kill
solluble crystals)
trees when placed in frills around trunk or on cut
stumps. Can be used in areas adjacent to potable
water reservoirs. Toxicity in soil disappears in about
6 to 8 weeks. AMS is very corrosive on equipment,
and special cleaning and care is required. Stainless
steel, aluminum, and bronze resist corrosion.
moderately
Foliage spray, but may also be taken up by roots.
> 8,000
ASULOX
Asulam
Controls a number of perennial grasses, bracken
slightly
toxic
ASULOX F
methyl sulfanilycar =
fern, and a few broadleaf weeds. Site of action
toxic
(Canada)
bamate ($11.70/lb;
appears to be in meristem of plants, in which it
ASILAN (Japan)
water solution)
interferes with cell division and expansion. It has a
Rhone-Poulenc/
half-life in soil of 6 to 14 days.
May & Baker
1
A chemical name occupying two lines separated by an equal (=) sign would be joined together without any separation if written on one line.
2
Mention of trade name or company is for information only, and does not constitute an endorsement over other products not mentioned.





 


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