picloram


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pic·lo·ram

 (pĭk′lə-răm′, pī′klə-)
n.
A colorless compound, C6H3Cl3N2O2, used as a herbicide.

[pic(oline) + (ch)lor(o)- + am(ine).]

picloram

(ˈpɪkləˌræm)
n
(Agriculture) a type of herbicide used to control woody plants and weeds
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Production and Marketing of Clopyralid and Picloram of Dow AgroSciences, 2012
Union Pacific anticipates using five kinds of herbicides: Alecto 41S (EPA 9468-33), Esplanade 200SC (EPA 432-1516), Chemsurf 90, Alligare Picloram 22K (EPA 81927-18) and SFM Extra (EPA 81927-5).
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Effects of picloram and tebuthiuron pellets on sand shinnery oak communities.
Aminocyclopyrachlor, aminopyralid, clopyralid, fluroxypyr, and picloram are in a class of herbicides known as pyridine carboxylic acids.
Root absorption and translocation of picloram by oats and soybeans.
The manfucturer of Tordon 101 (Dow AgroSciences, owned by the Dow Chemical Company) has claimed that Tordon 101 has no effects on animals and insects, in spite of evidence of strong carcinogenic activity of the active ingredient Picloram in studies on rats (Kolberg, 2002).
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Influence of picloram and thidiazuron on high frequency plant regeneration in elite cultivars of wheat with long-term retention of morphogenecity using meristematic shoot segments.