diquat

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di·quat

 (dī′kwät′)
n.
A toxic nonpersistent strong contact herbicide, C12H12N2, usually formulated as its yellow crystalline dibromide salt.

diquat

(ˈdaɪkwɒt)
n
(Chemistry) a toxic chemical used as a herbicide, belonging to the same class of quaternary compounds as paraquat
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Tenders are invited for provide the foam application of a chemical root control product commonly known as diquat dibromide (razorooter ii), or an approved equivalent chemical root control product, in various sewer locations.
In 2014 the EPA further approved an amendment of Duke's diquat dibromide labels to lower the signal word from "warning" to "caution.