Description : ANILOFOS is a pre-emergence and early post-emergence selective herbicide used for control of annual grasses, sedges and some broad-leaved weeds in transplanted and direct seeded rice. Anilofos is absorbed by the weeds primarily through the roots and to some extent through newly emerging shoots and young leaves. Anilofos acts on meristematic tissues of weeds severely affecting cell division and cell elongation. Anilofos is being manufactured and marketed on a large scale for the first time in the world by Gharda, based on indigenous technology
Chemical Name: S-4-Chloro-N-isopropyl carbaniloylmethyl-O,O-dimethyl phosphorodithioate
CAS Registry No. : [64249-01-0]
UN No : 3018
IMDG : Class 6 (Organophosphorus Pesticide Liquid, Toxic) IMDG 2004 Edition Vol.2, Page No. 149
Structural Formula :
The product conforms to IS : 13402 (1992)
a) Appearance : Yellowish brown semi solid or solid
b) Anilofos content by GLC : 93% (w/w) minimum
c) Moisture content by
Karl Fischer method : 0.5% (w/w) maximum
d) Acidity (as H2SO4) : 0.3% (w/w) maximum
e) Material insoluble in acetone : 0.5% (w/w) maximum
Formulations : Emulsifiable concentrate 18%, 30% (w/w), granules and dispersible powder 50% (w/w).
Compatibility : Compatible with 2,4-D formulations, Propanil and some other herbicides.
a) Mammalian toxicity : WHO Classification : Class II “moderately hazardous”. It is non-irritant to skin and mucous membrane.
b) Environmental toxicity : It is moderately toxic to birds. It has low toxicity to fish and bees.
Shelf-life : One year under normal storage conditions for TG & two years for EC.
Technical Grade : 50 kg & 200 kg UN approved M.S. polylined drums
Formulation : Liquid : 50 Lit & 200 Lit UN approved M.S. Polylined / Lacqured Dru