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CHEMICAL, PHYSICAL, AND BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF HERBICIDES AND PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS -- Continued
Common and
Acute Oral
Chemical Designations1
Toxicity,
(Cost per Pound; and
Trade Name and
Dermal
L D  50 (mg/kg)
Manufacturer2
Commercial Formulation
Biological Information and Remarks
Toxicity
and Rating
Chloramben
AMIBEN
Preemergence weed control in soybeans, vegetable
moderately
3,500
crops, and ornamentals. Some foliar absorption re-
3-amino-2,5-dichloro =
AMIBEN
moderately
toxic
benzoic acid
sulting in epinasty. It inhibits root development of
GRANULAR
toxic
($8.25/lb; granular,
ORNAMENTAL
seedling weeds. It is broken down by microorgan-
emulsifiable
WEEDER
isms. Effective weed control for about 6 weeks.
concentrate)
WEEDONE
GARDEN
WEEDER
Union
Carbide
Chlorflurenol
CF125
slightly toxic
Growth regulator applied in a tank mix with maleic
> 12,800
methyl 2-chloro-9-
Maintain CF125
slightly
hydrazide for foliar growth and seedhead suppression
hydroxy-fluorine-9-
Uniroyal
and broadleaf weed control in turf. Has a short soil
toxic
carboxylate
residual, is not readily leached, and is degraded by
($90.00/lb; IEC,
microorganisms and light. Does not provide as good
emulsifiable concentrate)
foliar and seedhead suppression alone as maleic
hydrazide.
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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