dichlorprop


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dichlorprop

[dī′klȯr‚präp]
(organic chemistry)
C9H8Cl2O3 A colorless, crystalline solid with a melting point of 117-118°C; used as a herbicide and fumigant for brush control on rangeland and rights-of-way. Abbreviated 2,4-DP.
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Higher correlations between spouses and applicators were observed for several additional herbicides, including dichlorprop (r = 0.
There was a more than 50% detection frequency for the herbicides atrazine, bentazone, dichlorprop, ethofumesate, MCPA, mecoprop, metazachlor, and terbuthyazine in the water samples.
This was especially evident, Lewis notes, in soils treated with longer-lived pesticides: the insecticide ruelene and the weed killer dichlorprop.
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Jarvis NJ, Stahli M, Bergstrom LF, Johnson H (1994) Simulation of dichlorprop and bentazon leaching in soils of contrasting texture using the MACRO model.