bifenox

bifenox

[bī′fen‚äks]
(organic chemistry)
C14H9Cl2NO5 A tan, crystalline compound with a melting point of 84-86°C; insoluble in water; used as a preemergence herbicide for weed control in soybeans, corn, and sorghum, and as a pre- and postemergence herbicide in rice and small greens.
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Such a phenomenon may occur in other diphenylether herbicides such as nitrofen, chlomethoxynil, and bifenox, which have molecular structures similar to that of CNP and are converted to corresponding amino derivatives in the environment (Kuwatsuka 1977).
The products to be divested are bifenox, a range of herbicides for cereals; chlormephos, a range of insecticides; and dodine (doguadine), a fungicide for use in fruit trees.
Diphenyl ethers (n = 11) Acifluorfen Acifluorfen-methyl Bifenox Chlomethoxyfen Chlornitrofen Chlornitrofen-amino Chloroxuron Diclofop-methyl Fluazifop-butyl Nitrofen Oxyfluorfen 3.