Acetochlor is a kind of selective herbicide before sprout. It is principally used for weeds of large crabgrass, barnyardgrass, greenbristlegrass, shortawnfoxtail, goosegrass and water mouse-earchickweed, amaranth, common purslane, ducktongueweed used to control insects on rice soya beans, peanuts, maizes, rapes, cottons. Usually take surface treatment of the presprout soil. Acetochlor is found in a variety of commercial herbicides. Some trade names for products containing acetochlor include Acenit, Guardian, Harness, Relay, Sacemid, Surpass, Top-Hand, Trophy and Winner. Most formulations come as emulsifiable concentrates.
Acetochlor is used for control of most annual grasses and certain broadleaf weeds and yellow nutsedge. Crops include cabbage, citrus, coffee, corn (all types), cotton, green peas, maize, onion, orchards, peanuts, potatoes, rape, soybeans, sugarbeets, sugarcane, sunflower, and vineyards. Acetochlor is applied preemergence, preplant incorporated and is compatible with most other pesticides and fluid fertilizers when used at recommended rates. Usually 0.3-0.6 inches of rainfall will activate the product if it occurs within 7-10 days.
CAS No. : 34256-82-1
Other Name: Acenit, Guardian, Harness, Relay, Sacemid, Surpass,
Molecular Formula: C14H20ClNO2
Specifications: 95% TC, 92% TC, 90% EC