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|Other Names:||Roundup||MMelting Point:||230℃|
|Application:||Herbicide,Weedicide,Agriculture,Control Annual Weeds And Grasses,Agrochemical & Pesticide||State:||Liquid|
|Appearance:||Light Yellow Liquid||Shelf Life:||2~3 Years|
|Storage:||Dry Place||Label:||Customized Design,OEM Design Welcomed|
95%TC Glyphosate Weed Killer,
Glyphosate Broadleaf Weed Killer,
95%TC Broadleaf Weed Killer
Glyphosate (IUPAC name: N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine) is a broad-spectrum systemic herbicide and crop desiccant.
It is an organophosphorus compound, specifically a phosphonate,
which acts by inhibiting the plant enzyme 5-enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase.
It is used to kill weeds, especially annual broadleaf weeds and grasses that compete with crops.
Farmers quickly adopted glyphosate for agricultural weed control, especially after Monsanto introduced glyphosate-resistant Roundup Ready
crops, enabling farmers to kill weeds without killing their crops. In 2007, glyphosate was the most used herbicide in the United States' agricultural
sector and the second-most used (after 2,4-D) in home and garden, government and industry, and commercial applications. From the late 1970s
to 2016, there was a 100-fold increase in the frequency and volume of application of glyphosate-based herbicides (GBHs) worldwide, with further
increases expected in the future. This was partly in response to the global emergence and spread of glyphosate-resistant weeds, requiring greater
application to maintain effectiveness. The development of glyphosate resistance in weed species is emerging as a costly problem.
Glyphosate is absorbed through foliage, and minimally through roots, and transported to growing points. It inhibits a plant enzyme involved in the
synthesis of three aromatic amino acids: tyrosine, tryptophan, and phenylalanine. It is therefore effective only on actively growing plants and is not
effective as a pre-emergence herbicide. An increasing number of crops have been genetically engineered to be tolerant of glyphosate (e.g.
Roundup Ready soybean, the first Roundup Ready crop, also created by Monsanto), which allows farmers to use glyphosate as a post-
emergence herbicide against weeds.
While glyphosate and formulations such as Roundup have been approved by regulatory bodies worldwide, concerns about their effects on
humans and the environment persist, and have grown as the global usage of glyphosate increases. A number of regulatory and scholarly reviews
have evaluated the relative toxicity of glyphosate as an herbicide.
|Specifications (COA)||Assay: 95% min
Insolubles in Sodium hydroxide: 0.1% max
|Formulations||95%TC, 41%SL, 50%SP, 62%IPA|
|Target crops||1.Fields:Corn, Cotton, Sugarcane
2.Fruits:Orchard, Pear Garden, Citrus,
3.Other: Tea tree, Sisal hemp, Rubber plantation, Mulberry field
|Prevention objects||1.Monocotyledonous flowering plants
2.Dicotyledons flowering plants
|Mode of action||1.Non-selective herbicide
2.Stem and leaf treatment herbicide
|Toxicity||Oral LD50 (rat) >2,000 mg/Kg
Dermal LD50 (rat) >2,000 mg/Kg
Inhalation LC50 (rat) 4 hr exposure 0.896 mg/L
Eye Contact: Not an irritant (Rabbit)
Skin Contact: Not an irritant (Rabbit)
Skin Sensitization: Not a Sensitizer (Guinea Pig)
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