|Description : NAPROPAMIDE is an aryloxyalkanamide herbicide for selective pre-emergence control of germinating weeds. Napropamide hits weeds at the very heart of the germination process by stopping cell division and root growth. Napropamide can be used in a wide variety of fruit and vegetables, field crops, flowers and ornamentals to control most annual grass weeds and a useful range of broad leaf weeds.
Chemical Name : N,N-diethyl-2-(1-napthyloxy) propionamide
CAS Registry No. : [15299-99-7]
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 : Off white brown powder
b) Napropamide content : 97% (w/w) minimum
Formulation : 450 SC
Compatibility : Compatible with many other herbicides and fungicides.
a) Mammalian toxicity : WHO classification : “Product unlikely to present acute hazard in normal use.”
b) Environmental toxicity : Napropamide is non toxic to bees. It shows slight toxicity to fish and birds.
Shelf-life : Two years under normal storage conditions.
Technical Grade : 50 kg UN specified Fibre Board Drums.