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Chemical Abstract Number (CAS #) 101053
CASRN 101-05-3
SynonymsAnilazine
s-Triazine, 2,4-dichloro-6-(o-chloroanilino)-
Dyrene
Molecular FormulaC9H5Cl3N4

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Use FUNGICIDE FOR VEGETABLE CROPS & TURF Used in vegetables, potatoes, and ornamentals for control of Alternaria, Fusarium, Plasmopara, Puccinia, and Rhizoctonia spp.
Consumption Patterns FUNGICIDE FOR VEGETABLE CROPS, 99%; FUNGICIDE FOR TURF, LESS THAN 1% (1978)
Apparent Color WHITE TO TAN CRYSTALS
Melting Point 159-160 DEG C (FROM BENZENE-ISOHEXANE)
Molecular Weight 275.51
Density 1.7
Sensitivity Data CAN CAUSE IRRITATION OF SKIN WITH PROLONGED CONTACT. II-314]
Environmental Fate Terrestrial Fate: Half-life in damp soil about 12 hours. TRIAZINES ARE NOT READILY DEGRADED BY SOIL MICROORGANISMS. THUS, THEIR RATE OF DECAY IS RELATIVELY SLOW, & AS THESE MATERIALS ALSO DO NOT READILY LEACH FROM THE SOIL, THEY MAY PERSIST FOR QUITE EXTENDED PERIODS OF TIME. TRIAZINES Terrestrial Fate: Atrazine, propazine, and simazine residues in Romanian soil, under different soil and climate conditions, as an effect of pitezin administration were studied. Under Romanian climatic conditions, propazine is more persistent in soil than atrazine. Atrazine, propazine, and simazine

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