terbutryn

terbutryn

[tər′byü·trən]
(organic chemistry)
C13H19N5S A colorless powder with a melting point of 104-105°C; used for weed control for wheat, barley, and grain sorghum.
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Monitoring terbutryn pollution in small rivers of Hesse, Germany.
Based on proven, world-leading performance preservative technologies IPBC, BCM, and Terbutryn, S99 is a low-leaching product formulated for water-based exterior paints, coatings, and stucco systems," continued Colon.
The most effective treatments for parthenium weed control were glyphosate and metribuzin, having higher mortality at 4 weeks after treatment (WAT) at both rosette and bolted stages than 2, 4-D, triasulfuron + terbutryn, bromoxynil + MCPA and atrazine + s-metolachlor, atrazine, s-metolachlor.
Paints which have the above characteristics fall within the scope of the Lonza patent, even when other active molecules such as terbutryn, diuron or OIT are included.
asubstances used in biocides: cybutryne, dichlorvos, terbutryn
50] of protected (P) versus free (F) terbutryn and diuron algaecides.
Toxicity of a commercial herbicide containing terbutryn and triasulfuron to sebream (Sparus aurata L.
Barriuso E, Feller C, Calvet R, Cerri C (1992) Sorption of atrazine, terbutryn and 2,4-D herbicides in two Brazilian Oxisols.
S99 is a low-leaching, Diuron-free product based on the world-leading preservative technologies IPBC, BCM, and Terbutryn.
Under the agreement, Syngenta Crop Protection will provide full regulatory support for the active substance terbutryn under the Biocide Products Directive of the European Union.
Barriuso E, Feller Ch, Calvert R, Cerri C (1992) Sorption of atrazine, terbutryn and 2,4-D herbicides in two Brazilian oxisols.
Following restrictions on Carbendazim, Cybutryn and Terbutryn in Europe, Dow Microbial Control developed Rocima 350, a dry-film preservative based on a patented, synergistic combination of DCOIT and IPBC.