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Acetochlor 95%TC, 500g/L,900g/L EC

1.  Common name: Acetochlor

2.  Chemical names: 2-chloro-N-(ethoxymethyl)-N-(2-ethyl-6-methylphenyl)acetamide

3.  Chemical class: Amide herbicides

4.  Type of formulation: EC (Emulsifiable Concentrate)

5.  Active ingredient and its content: Acetochlor, 900  g/L

6.  Structural formula:

 

7.  Toxic class (WHO): Slightly hazardous (III)

8.  CAS registry number: 34256-82-1

9 Appearance: Yellow to brown homogeneous liquid.

10. Applications:

Mode of action Selective herbicide, absorbed mainly by the shoots and secondarily by the roots of germinating plants.

Uses Used pre-emergence or pre-plant to control annual grasses, certain annual broad-leaved weeds and yellow nutsedge

Mixing and dilution.

Add the required volume of product to the half-filled spray tank while agitating the water, then fill water to the required level. Continue agitation at all times during spraying, do not stop agitation until the tank is completely empty. Spray immediately after mixing

Target weed and rate

Crop

Weeds

Rate

Method of Application

Corn

Annual grass weeds and some broad-leaved weeds

1000-1500ml/ha.

Post-seeding but pre-emergence spay onto soil

Soybean

Annual grass weeds and some broad-leaved weeds

1000-1500ml/ha.

Post-seeding but pre-emergence spay onto soil

Peanut

Annual grass weeds and some broad-leaved weeds

1000-1500ml/ha.

Post-seeding but pre-emergence spay onto soil

Potato

Annual grass weeds and some broad-leaved weeds

1000-1500ml/ha.

Post-seeding but pre-emergence spay onto soil











Note:

1) Crops like cucumber, legume, spinach, rice, sugarcane are sensitive to Acetochlor, avoid drift of mist to these crops during spraying the product.

2) Acetochlor 900g/L EC can only be applied after the seeding but before the emergence. DO NOT use the product after emergence of grasses and crops.

3) The consistent high temperature  and rainfall may cause damage to crops. Use caution and apply low rate in such climate conditions.