Propisochlor 24% + Atrazine 16% SC Selective herbicide for corn
It is used to control annual grass grass and some broad-leaved
weeds. It is mainly used for corn, soybean and other crops.
Isopropylchlor is a selective amide herbicide. Soil spray treatment
before and after budding can control annual grass weeds and some
broad-leaved weeds in corn, soybean and potato fields. Easy to use,
fast degradation, no harm to the stubble crops.
Storage and transportation characteristics
Warehouse ventilation low temperature drying, separate from food
raw materials storage and transportation
Fire extinguishing agent
Dry powder, foam, sandy soil
Oral - rat LD50: 672 mg / kg; oral - mouse LD50: 850 mg / kg
Irritation data skin - Rabbit 38 mg mild; eye rabbit 6.32 mg severe
Flammability hazard characteristics
Combustion produces toxic nitrogen oxides and chloride gases.
Atrazine is an internal selection of herbicide before and after
seedling selection. It is mainly absorbed by roots, but little
absorbed by stems and leaves. It is rapidly transmitted to plant
meristem and leaves, interfering with photosynthesis and killing
weeds. In maize and other resistant substances, corn ketase is
decomposed to produce innocuous substances and thus is safe for
crops. Atrazine is more water-soluble in soil than Simazin, and it
is easy to be leached to deeper layer by rainwater. It can inhibit
some deep-rooted weeds. It can be decomposed by microorganisms in
soil. The residual period can be affected by the dosage of
medication, soil texture and other factors for up to half a year.
It is suitable for controlling annual and biennial broadleaf weeds
and monocotyledon weeds in corn, sorghum, woodland, grassland and