Bromacil

Bromacil is a herbicide which works by interfering with photosynthesis, the process by which plants use sunlight to produce energy. It is especially useful against perennial grasses Bromacil is one of a group of compounds called uracils. It is sprayed or spread dry on the soil surface just before, or during, a period of active weed growth. It is available in granular, liquid, water soluble liquid, and wettable powder formulations. It is especially useful against perennial grasses. It is also used for selective weed control in pineapple and citrus crops. It works by interfering with photosynthesis, the process by which plants use sunlight to produce energy. Bromacil is available in granular, liquid, water soluble liquid, and wettable powder formulations.

Bromacil is one of a group of compounds called substituted uracils. These materials are broad spectrum herbicides used for nonselective weed and brush control on non-cropland, as well as for selective weed control on a limited number of crops, such as citrus fruit and pineapple. The herbicide is preferably sprayed or spread dry on the soil surface just before, or during, a period of active weed growth. Bromacil is used primarily for the control of annual and perennial grasses and broadleaf weeds, both nonselectively on noncrop lands and selectively for weed control in a few crops (citrus and pineapple). It appears to act in plants by inhibiting photosynthesis and to be primarily absorbed through the roots.

CAS No.: 314-40-9
Chemical Formula: C9H13BrN2O2
Specifications: 95% TC, 80% WDG