dichlobenil

dichlobenil

[dī′klō·bə·nəl]
(organic chemistry)
C7H3Cl2N A colorless, crystalline compound with a melting point of 139-145°C; used as a herbicide to control weeds in orchards and nurseries.
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1994) in which simazine herbicide did not affect the mycorrhizal hyphal elongation in vitro, but dichlobenil and paraquat herbicides, even at the lowest concentrations, significantly reduced hyphal elongation.
Which type of sewer line root killer -- copper sulfate or dichlobenil -- should I use, placed in the toilet and flushed?
A combination of metam sodium and dichlobenil kills the roots by penetrating and bursting cell walls on contact.
1 Product withdrawals - herbicide products containing the active ingredient Dichlobenil are to be withdrawn from the shelves of garden product outlets on March 18th 2009.
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Use Pesticides Tree pests DDT, daconil, dieldrin, gardona, malathion, methoxychlor, Sevin, Sevin-4-oil, Sevin XLR, Sevin XLR Plus Cranberry 2,4-D, 2,4,5-T, 2,4,5-TP, acephate, aldrin, cultivation minotriazole, azinphos-methyl, carbaryl, chlordane, chlorothalonil, chlorpropham, chlorpyrifos, cupric hydroxide, dalapon, DDT, diazinon, dichlobenil, dieldrin, diquat, ethephon, ferbam, fluazifop-butyl, glyphosate, heptachlor, kerosene/fuel oil as agent, malathion, mancozeb, methoxychlor, napropamide, naptalam, norflurazon, p-dichlorobenzene, parathion, phaltan, piperonyl butoxide, propargite, pyrethrum soap/dust, rotenone, ryania, sethoxydim, simazine, Stoddard solvent, thiram, triclopyr, zineb, ziram Mosquito control Abate (temephos), DDT, methoxychlor Table 2.
The active ingredient in the formulation that kills roots is Dichlobenil, an aquatic herbicide.
Comparing conversion rates of chemical fires, pesticide fires and tire fires Comparing conversion rates for pesticides (parathion, chlorfenvinphos, dichlobenil, 2,4-D) and chemicals (1,2-ethanediamine, toluene-2.
RootX kills roots using the aquatic herbicide Dichlobenil.
Organochlorines (n = 29) Aldrin [alpha]-BHC [beta]-BHC [gamma]-BHC [delta]-BHC Captan cis-Chlordane trans-Chlordane Chlorobenzilate Chloropropylate Chlorothalonil o,p'-DDT p,p'-DDT p,p'-DDE p,p'-DDD Dichlobenil Dicofol Dieldrin [alpha]-Endosulfan [beta]-Endosulfan Endosulfan sulfate Endrin Folpet Fthalide Heptachlor Heptachlor epoxide Methoxychlor Pentachlorophenol Quintozene 2.
RootX kills roots and restores pipe flow capacity--guaranteed, RootX uses the aquatic herbicide dichlobenil.
The active ingredient in RootX is the aquatic herbicide Dichlobenil, long used to control aquatic weeds.