The names for 14 new pesticide active ingredients have been approved by the International Organization for Standardization’s (ISO) and added to BCPC’s Online Pesticide Manual, according to a news release issued by NIAB in the UK.
The ISO’s Technical Committee of Common Names for Pesticides assign shorter, more distinctive, active ingredient names than their original chemical name for newly approved pesticides.
The ISO common names for the new active ingredients include seven herbicides:
- benquitrione from Shandong Cynda (Chemical) Co,
- dioxopyritrione from Syngenta CropProtection,
- bipyrazone, cypyrafluone, fenpyrazone and tripyrasulfone from KingAgroot,
- rimisoxafen from FMC Corp.
The five fungicide active ingredients include:
- BASF’s flufenoxadiazam,
- Adama Makhteshim’s flumetylsulforim, fluoxytioconazole
- metarylpicoxamid from Corteva Agriscience
- seboctylamine from Shandong Shenbon Greenland Chemical Co., Ltd.
The final two are a new insecticide; spidoxamat from Bayer CropScience and a plant growth regulator; anisiflupurin from Syngenta Crop Protection.
Further details on the 14 new pesticides, including chemical structure, CAS (Chemical Abstract Service) and International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) names, textural structural identifiers and patents, on these new pesticides are now included in BCPC’s Online Pesticide Manual. More data will be added as it becomes available on www.bcpc.org.
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Source: NIAB. Original release here