Features of Pendimethalin

Pendimethalin (CAS No. 40487-42-1) is a herbicide with a broad weed-killing spectrum and a good control effect on a variety of annual weeds.

Scope of application: Suitable for pre-emergence soil treatment of crops such as corn, soybean, peanut, cotton, and vegetables, as well as the prevention and control of barnyardgrass, goosegrass, crabgrass, setaria, bluegrass, quinoa, amaranth, chickweed and other annual grasses and Broadleaf weeds.

Pendimethalin has the following characteristics in application:

1. Broad spectrum of killing weeds. Pendimethalin is effective against most of the annual gramineous monocot weeds in dry fields, such as Stephania, Crabgrass, Barnyardgrass, Gooseweed, Setaria, Setaria and Amphiprion, as well as Purslane, Coatweed, Moshang Grass, Broadleaf weeds such as quinoa have better control effect. It is effective for special-shaped sedges and cardamom sedges. But the effect on perennial weeds is poor.

2. Wide application range. It is suitable for weeding in corn, soybean, peanut, cotton, potato, tobacco, vegetable and other crop fields. It can also be used for weeding in rice fields.

3. Good crop safety. Pendimethalin has no harm to crop roots. When used in paddy fields, it has good safety to rice seedlings, does not damage the roots, and is beneficial to the cultivation of strong seedlings. During the effective period, it will not affect the use of other drugs, and there is no invisible phytotoxicity to crops.

4. Low toxicity. It has low toxicity to humans, animals, birds and bees.

5 Low volatility and long lasting period.