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Dicamba

Product Overview

  • Common Name: Dicamba
  • Chemical Name: 3, 6-dichloro-2-methoxybenzoic acid
  • Synonyms: 3,6-Dichloro-o-anisic acid
  • Molecular Weight:221.04
  • Molecular Formula:Cl2C6H2(OCH3)cO2H
  • CAS:1918-00-9
  • Storage:2-8°C
  • Size:250 mg
  • Purity:97%
  • Appearance: white crystaline solid
  • Specific Gravity: 1.57 (25 Degrees C.)
  • Melting Point: 114-116 Degrees C.
  • Flash Point: 150 Degrees C.
  • Technical Data Sheet:Dicamba-MSDS.pdf

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Product Description

Dicamba






Specification: Technical Grade; Active Ingredients: Not less than 98%.

Solubility (25℃):

Water 0.65g/100ml
Ethanol 92.2g/100ml
Isopropanol 76.0g/100ml
Acetone 81.0g/100ml
Toluene 13.0g/100ml
Dichloromethane 26.0g/100ml
Dioxane 118.0g/100ml

Toxicity Profile: Low toxic herbicide.

Oral LD50 (Rats):1879-2740mg/kg
Dermal LD50 (Rabbits): >2000mg/kg
Inhalation (Acute): LC50 (Rats) 200mg/kg
Oral (Sub-acute): NED (Rats) established at 23500ppm
Dermal (Sub-acute): NED (Rabbits) established at 500mg/kg
Oral (Chronic): NED (Rats) established at 25mg/kg
Oral Chronic: NED (Dog) established at 1.25mg/kg
Carcinogenic, mutative and teratogenic effects were not detected.

Mode of Action: Benzoic acidic & selective and systematic herbicide to control annual and perennial broadleaf weeds in corn, small grains, rice and wheat. Herbicide to control C. album, Malchium aqualis (L.) Fries, Descurainia Sophia, Convolvulus arvensis, Eclipta prostrata in corn, wheat, small grains and rice. Spray after young plants are fully grown. Easily absorbed by leaves, roots and stems of weeds and transmitted through phloem and xylem. Mostly accumulated at parts where acervulus and metabolites gather intensely to interfere the normal activities of phytohormones and make them die. If released to soil, microbial degradation will probably be the major removal process under most conditions. After its application for the annual or perennial broadleaf weeds, standing grains exhibit strong resistance against the herbicide and broadleaf weeds begin to appear curled and withering within 24 hours and die in 15-20 days.

Scope of application: Intended for standing grains as wheat, corn, small grains and rice. Target weeds: C. album, Malchium aqualis (L.) Fries, Descurainia Sophia, Convolvulus arvensis, Eclipta prostrata in corn, wheat, small grains and rice.

Storage: Kept in dry and cool place.

Expiration Period: At least 2 years.

Packaging: Iron or fiber drum. Make adjustments according to customers’ requirements.

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