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Cyhalofop-butyl (CAS NO: 122008-85-9)

Common name: cyhalofop-butyl

IUPAC name: butyl (R)-2-[4-(4-cyano-2-fluorophenoxy)phenoxy]propionate

Chemical Abstracts name: butyl (2R)-2-[4-(4-cyano-2-fluorophenoxy)phenoxy]propanoated

CAS No: 22008-85-0

Mode of action:
Selective systemic herbicide. Activity comes from the formulation of the herbicidally active monocarboxylic in the initial metabolic step in the susceptible grasses after leaves absorption.

Uses:
Control of annual and perennial grass weeds in rice field with only post-emergence activity. It is highly effective against barnyard grass, Leptochloa and some other paddy weeds. In some situation, Cyhalofop-butyl can be used to deal with propanil or quinclorac-resistant Echinochloa. It is suggested that 2.3 L/ha of crop oil concentrate be added to the tank with the herbicide. To maximize the efficacy, better be applied within 2 weeks following flood establishment in rice fields.

Formulation types:
Cyhalofop-butyl 97% TC,
Cyhalofop-butyl 15%/10% EW,
Cyhalofop-butyl 10% ME,
Cyhalofop-butyl 15%/10% EC

Packing: 10ML-200L for liquid formulations, 1G-25KG for solid formulations

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