Description : DICAMBA is a selective systemic herbicide, absorbed through both roots and leaves. It translocates throughout the plant and acts as an auxin-like growth regulator. It is effective against annual and perennial broad-leaved weeds and brushed species in cereals, maize, sorghum, sugarcane, turf, pastures, range and non-crop areas. It can be used in combinations with many other herbicides.
Chemical Name : 3,6-dichloro-2-methoxybenzoic acid
CAS Registry No. : [1918-00-9]
UN No : 3077
IMDG : Class 9 (Environmentally Hazardous Substance, Solid, N.O.S.) IMDG 2004 Edition Vol.2, Page No. 152
Structural Formula :
a) Appearance : Colourless to pale buff flakes
b) Dicamba content : 97% (w/w) minimum
c) Melting Point : 112-116°C
d) Moisture content by : 0.5% (w/w) maximum
Karl Fischer method
e) Acetone insolubles : 0.5% (w/w) maximum
Formulations : Aqueous solution as dimethyl amine salt (480 g/l) – – CAS Registry No [2300-66-5].
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Dicamba potassium salt 97% min CAS Registry No. [10007-85-9]
Dicamba Sodium Salt 97% min CAS Registry No. [1982-69-0]
Compatibility : Compatible with most other herbicides.
a) Mammalian toxicity : WHO classification : Class III, ‘slightly hazardous’. It is non-irritant to skin but irritant to eyes.
b) Environmental toxicity : It shows low toxicity to birds and fish. It is practically non-toxic to bees.
Shelf-life : Two years under normal storage conditions.
Technical Grade : 45 kg flaked material / 70kg fused material in fibre Board Drums with LDPE liner, Also 500 kg antistatic jumbo bag.
“GCL holds EPA approval for sale of Dicamba Technical in the USA in 500 kg antistatic Jumbo bag. Formulation is sold under Compass label.