ATRAZINE MSDS PDF

Atrazine: 2-chloroethylaminoisopropylamino-s-triazine. CHEMICAL FAMILY : Triazine Herbicide. EPA REG. NO.: MSDS. MSDS No. FMC/ATRA/1. SECTION 1 IDENTIFICATION OF THE MATERIAL AND SUPPLIER. Product Name: FMC Atrazine WG Herbicide. Other Names. Product Name: Drexel Atrazine 4L. EPA Reg No.: CAS NO: Formula: C8H14ClN5. Company: Drexel Chemical Company.

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Add wetting agent last to minimise frothing. Animal studies indicate an incidence of mammary tumors in rats, and signs of cariotoxicity in dogs and mice. Shallow moulding to a depth of 3cm, 7 to 10 days after spraying can improve weed control where soil moisture is low.

Application rate per wetted hectare Notes For broadleaf weeds use 1. Avoid breathing hazardous fumes; keep upwind. Keystone LA can be applied from early preplant to early postemergence and fits conventional, reduced-till and no-till corn production systems. Refer to the Product Label for complete product efficacy information. Ingestion may result in kidney damage.

Contact your state pesticide regulatory agency to determine if a product is registered for sale or use in your state.

Acetochlor and atrazine, the active ingredients in this product, are Group 15 and Group 5 herbicides, respectively, based on the atraziine of action classification system of the Weed Science Society msdw America.

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Apply in to litres of water per hectare when the crop has 2 true leaves but is not more than 6cm high.

Flowable Atrazine – Nufarm New Zealand

Always read and follow label directions. Flowable Atrazine is absorbed through leaves and roots atrazone acts best on young weeds as a post-emergence spray. Remove to fresh air. Prevent eating, drinking, tobacco usage, and cosmetic application in areas where there is a potential for exposure to the material.

A skin sensitization allergic reaction may occur in sensitive individuals. Flexibility Keystone LA can be applied from early preplant to early postemergence and fits conventional, reduced-till and no-till corn production systems. The addition of Contact Xcel wetting agent is recommended. It should be evenly applied to smooth clod-free soil. Do NOT apply when frost is still on the ground or when ground conditions are excessively wet.

Keep in mind these msxs do change and we are not able to keep the most up to date posted all the time. It is important that weeds are actively growing in moist soil and not more than 2cm in height. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. Flush skin with water. If a large amount has been ingested and emesis has been inadequate, lavage stomach. Apply as an atrazind post-emergence spray within 7 atrszine of sowing.

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MSDS & Labels

Apply in to litres water per atrrazine with a recommended grass herbicide at the appropriate rate. If swallowed, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea can result. Utilize self-contained breathing apparatus with full-face piece operated in pressure demand or other positive pressure mode.

Always wash thoroughly after handling. Flowable Atrazine may cause initial crop suppression but the crop normally recovers and yield is not affected. Keep material out of sewers and water sources. There is not a specific antidote if atrazine is ingested. Apply in to litres water per hectare as a directed band spray or as an overall spray. Other products Looking for similar or complementary products?

Add the required quantity of Flowable Atrazine to water in the spray tank and agitate. For broadleaf weeds and annual grasses use 1.

Evacuate nonessential personnel from the area to prevent exposure to fire, smoke, fumes, or products of combustion. If mixing with other herbicides, add the concentrates to the water in the spray tank one at a time. Nu-Trazine DF Residual herbicide for the control of certain mxds weeds in maize, sweetcorn, linseed and established… Show more.