Diuron is a systemic herbicide.Diuron acts mainly as a photosynthetic inhibitor. It acts as such and does not require metabolisation or degradation to become efective. Diuron is a selective pre and post emergence herbicide for season long weed control in sugarcane, pineapples, cotton and certain other crops. It enters plants primarily through the root system, the translocating acropetally throughout the xylem. It interferes with the process of photosynthesis, interrupting the Hill Reaction, and this leads to the collapse of young leaves and seedlings. Foliar chlorosis is a typical symptom of approching plant death.

Brand:

Diuronco 80% SC

Label Information:

Safety Data Sheet:

Type:

dva herbicide

Active Ingredient:

Diuron 80

Formulation:

SC

Packaging:

Crops:

Blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, grapes, grapefruit, lemons, oranges, limes, tangelos, tangerines, temples, apples, pears, avocados, nectarines, olives peaches, plums/prunes, almonds, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pistachio nuts, pecans, walnuts, asparagus, barley corn, mint oats, seed crops, sorghum, sugarcane, wheat, alfalfa, hay, cotton, cropland for pasture, pasture/rangeland,potatoes

Key Targets:

Amaranthus thumbergii – red pigweed
Bidens bipinnata – Spanish needles, spanish blackjack
Capsella bursa-pastoris – shepherds purse
Cenchrus spp – sandbur
Chenopodium album – lambsquarters, white gossefoot, fathem
Crepis spp – hawksbeard
Dactylis glomerata – orchardgrass
Descurainia spp – flixweed tansymustard
Digitaria sanguinalis – large crabgrass
Echinochloa spp – Barnyardgrass
Eragrostis spp – Lovegrass
Erigeron canadensis (Conyza c) – horseweed
Aupatorium capillifolium – dog fennel
Festuca myuros – rattail fescue
Holcus lanatus – common velvetgrass
Ipomea spp – morning glory
Kochia scoparia – Kochia
Lactuca spp – wild lettuce
Leptochloa filiformis – red sprangletop
Lithospermum spp – gromwell
Lolium spp – ryegrass
Malva spp – mallow
Matricaria matricarioides – pineappleweed, rounded chamomille
Oryzopsis hymenoides – indian ricegrass
Physalis spp – groundcherry
Phytolacca – pokeweed
Poa annua – annual bluegrass
Polugonum spp – smartweed, knotweeds
Portulaca oleracea – common purslane
Raphanus raphanistrum – wild raddish
Scleranthus annuus – knawel
Setaria spp – foxtail
Sinapsis arvensis – wildmustard, charlock
Solanum nigrum – black nightshade
Sonchus oleraceus – annual sowthistle
Spergula arvensis – corn spurry
Stellaria media – chickweed
Veronica arvensis – corn speedwell

Hazardous Substances Classification:

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