1071-83-6 Glyphosate 95% TC 41% 48% 62% 360g/L 480g/l SL / Ammonium
Glyphosate is effective in killing a wide variety of weeds, including
grasses, broadleaf, and woody plants.It has a relatively small
effect on some clover species. By volume, it is one of the most
widely used herbicides. It is commonly used for agriculture,
horticulture, and silviculture purposes, as well as garden
maintenance (including home use).
Content & Formulations
95%TC, 41%SL, 50%SP, 62%IPA
Physical & Chemical Property
Appearance: Light-yellow liquid
Molecular Formula: C3-H8-NO-5P
Molecular Weight: 169.07
Solubility: In water, 12 g/L @ 25°C; low solubility in
organic solvents. Salts of gyphosate--ammonium, sodium,
isopropylammonium, and trimesium--are very soluble in water.
Melting Point: 200+-20
Boiling Point: Decomp.>200℃
Flash Point: 230 °C (dec.)(lit.)
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)
- For the control of perennial weeds, it is recommended to treat
after flowering of weeds.
- Rainfall within 6-12 hours after the treatment or foliage
together with weeds could reduce the product action.
- The above mentionedrates are based on treatments with 100l/he of
water: For lower quantity of water, it should proportionally
increase the rates.
- Trees: Apply only in more than 4 years old trees.
Toxicological class: Dangerous to the environment (N).
Terrestial: Class A: Low toxicity to mammals and birds.
Aquatic: Class B: Medium toxicity to fish.
Bees: Compatible to bees.
Fodder and intensive crops (Herbaceous plants)
Annual weeds. At pre-seeding or when the crop has enough high.
Annual weeds. Direct application
Perennial weeds. Direct application
Woody weeds. Spot treatments.