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Mepiquat Chloride (CAS NO: 24307-26-4)

Common name: mepiquat chloride

IUPAC name: 1,1-dimethylpiperidinium chloride

Chemical Abstracts name: 1,1-dimethylpiperidinium chloride

CAS No: 24307-26-4

Mode of action:
Absorbed by leaf, root, stem, and transited to all the plant. Reduce the activity of gibberellin inside crop, so to restrain the elongation of cells, and control the crop height.

Uses: 
Generally Mepiquat is used to reduce stem growth and increase early maturity in cotton.Proper management during four growth stages of cotton can improve the production, namly soaking of seeds, bud stage, incipient blooming stage, and fullbloom stage.

Formulation types:
Mepiquat Chloride 98% TC, Mepiquat Chloride 250g/L SL, Mepiquat Chloride 10% SP

Packing: 
1L/bottle, 5L/bottle, 10L/bottle, 200L/drum for liquid formulations,
1kg/bag, 25KG/drum for solid formulations,
or according to the requirement of customers.

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