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149877-41-8 |Bifenazate (Floramite) Custom Manufacturing or Custom Synthesis

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Trademark:
Chemsigma
Product ID:
KPN00349
CAS No:
149877-41-8
Product Name:
Bifenazate (Floramite)
Structural Formula:
149877-41-8
Molecular Formula:
C17H20N2O3
Synonyms:
Acramite
Bifenazate
D 2341
Floramite
Hydrazinecarboxylic acid, 2-(4-methoxy[1,1'-biphenyl]-3-yl)-, 1-methylethyl ester
Isopropyl 3-(4-methoxy-3-biphenylyl)carbazate
Usage:
Application Sites:  Floramite is registered for control of mite pests on greenhouse, shadehouse, nursery, field, landscape and interiorscape grown ornamentals.
Types of Formulation:  91.7%
technical product; 50% wettable powder end
use product packaged in water soluble bags
Types and Methods Ground application using standard commercial of Application:  sprayers Application Rates:  Application rates 2 to 4 oz.(1 to 2 oz. active ingredient) in 100 gallons of water, applied as a full coverage spray using a minimum volume of 1-2 qts. of final solution per 100 sq. ft. Residual control of
up to 21 days. Not to be used in successive applications, only between applications of at least
two products of alternative chemical classes.Carrier: Water
Summary Statement: Bifenazate possesses low acute toxicity by all routes of exposure (Category IV ) with no evidence of dermal sensitization potential. It is non-irritating to skin and minimally irritating to eyes. Bifenazate is negative for mutagenic potential in a battery of required mutagenicity studies. Bifenazate has not yet received a human carcinogen classification since bifenazate is being considered as a non-food use pesticide and both the mouse and rat chronic toxicity/carcinogenicity studies are not required at this time. Occupational exposure to those working in a nursery or greenhouse environment is the primary source for human exposure. The MOE for post-application exposures is 114. Since bifenazate has no dietary or residential uses, an aggregate risk assessment was not required. Based on expected use
pattern information bifenazate is neither mobile or persistent in the aquatic and soil environment. Bifenazate would be expected to exhibit low potential to contaminate ground and surface waters.
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