oxadiazon

oxadiazon

[‚äk·sə′dī·ə‚zän]
(organic chemistry)
C13H18Cl2N2O3 A white solid with a melting point of 88-90°C; slight solubility in water; used as a pre- and postemergence herbicide to control weeds in rice, turf, soybeans, peanuts, and orchards.
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After planting, a pre-emergent herbicide recommended for the crop (oxadiazon) was applied at the label rate of 4L [ha.sup.-1].
Effect of the herbicides oxadiazon and oxyfluoren on phosphates solubility microorganisms and their persistence in rice fields.
Growth response of direct-seeded rice to oxadiazon and bispyribac-sodium in aerobic and saturated soils.
Johnson, "Growth response of direct-seeded rice to oxadiazon and bispyribac-sodium in aerobic and saturated soils," Weed Science, vol.
pesticide MRL (a) ([micro]g/kg) Quintozene 50 Diazinon 50 Chlorpyrifos-Methyl 50 Chlorpyrifos 100 Endosulfan 500 Penconazole 50 Oxadiazon 50 Captan 50 Edifenphos 50 Propiconazole 50 Fipronil 50 Bifenthrin 50 Bromopropylate 1000 Iprodione 50 Phosalone 50 Permethrin 1000 Cypermethrin 50 Fenvalerate 50 Deltamethrin 50 Indoxacarb 500 (a): Maximum Residue Limit Table 2: Pesticide retention time and internal standard per min.
Commonly used preemergence chemicals include benefin, bensulide, dithiopyr, metolachlor, oxadiazon, pendimethalin, prodiamine, and siduron.