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Sumitomo launches paddy rice herbicide propyrisulfuron in Korea

12:04 AM MDT | May 14, 2013 | Deepti Ramesh

Sumitomo Chemical says it has started selling a paddy rice herbicide propyrisulfuron in South Korea through its wholly owned subsidiary Sumitomo Chemical Agro Seoul. Propyrisulfuron is a proprietary active ingredient developed by Sumitomo and is effective in controlling a wide variety of weeds, including barnyard grass as well as hard-to-control weeds such as water chestnut and arrowhead, the company says. Propyrisulfuron is mainly used in early to midpost one-shot herbicides, which are herbicides that are effective on a wide variety of weeds in the early or...

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