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Albert Robert Eyer, Weed Grant Barg: Water-dispersible pesticide aggregates. E I Du Pont de Nemours & Co, November 18, 1975: US3920442 (116 worldwide citation)

Coherent, essentially isodimensional, free-flowing, water-soluble or water-dispersible pesticide aggregates which are resistant to attrition in shipping and storage and which will pass a U.S. Standard 10-mesh sieve and will be retained on a U.S. Standard 140-mesh sieve comprising a mixture of from 5 ...


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Sohn Erich Dr, Mildenberger Hilmar Dr, Bauer Klaus Dr, Bieringer Hermann Dr: Plant protective agent based on pyrazolecarboxylic acid derivatives.. Hoechst, September 20, 1989: EP0333131-A1 (76 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to agents for protecting crop plants against phytotoxic side-effects of herbicides, characterised in that they contain a compound of the formula I in which Y represents C-H or N, R1 radicals independently of one another represent alkyl, haloalkyl, alkoxy, haloalkoxy or ...


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Yu Bing, Mattox John Robert: Fully water-dilutable microemulsions.. Rohm & Haas, April 19, 1995: EP0648414-A2 (44 worldwide citation)

Fully water-dilutable microemulsions are disclosed comprising comprising (A) an active ingredient which has a solubility in water of less than 1% at room temperature and a melting point of less than 100 DEG C; (B) a non-polar, water immiscible solvent capable of dissolving at least 5% by weight of ( ...


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Stephen T Wellinghoff, Sumner A Barenberg, Hong Dixon, Joel J Kampa: Sustained release biocidal powders. Bernard Technologies, Senniger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, March 30, 1999: US05888528 (35 worldwide citation)

A powder for sustained release of a gas including a hydrophilic core, a hydrophobic layer on an outer surface of the hydrophilic core, and particles in contact with the hydrophobic layer. The hydrophobic layer contains an acid releasing agent. The particles contain an anhydrous material capable of b ...


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Kilmer Joseph: Sprayable insecticidal compositions having enhanced efficacy. American Cyanamid Co, October 6, 1999: EP0947135-A1 (28 worldwide citation)

There is provided a sprayable insecticidal composition having significantly increased efficacy which comprises an effective amount of an insecticide; an abrasive; a low level of a surfactant; an inert carrier; and optionally a film-forming inhibitor.


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Deming John Miley, Surgant John Melvin: Formulations of water-dispersible granules and process for preparation thereof.. Monsanto, January 13, 1988: EP0252897-A2 (26 worldwide citation)

The invention herein relates to dry flowable water-dispersible granular formulations and to a process for the preparation thereof. In particular, the water-dispersible granular formulations of this invention comprise a mixture of aggregates of microcapsules of water-insoluble pesticide, e.g., alachl ...


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Kajikawa Akira, Sato Tatsuo, Kuchikata Masuo, Richardson Ronald Owen: Improved formulations having enhanced water dissolution.. Monsanto, October 24, 1990: EP0394211-A1 (23 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to dry, water soluble, pesticidally acceptable particulate compositions, to a method of use thereof for killing or controlling pests including weeds and to a process for preparing such compositions. This invention also relates to dry, water soluble and/or water dispersible, pe ...


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Ashok Sengupta, Kent E Nielsen, Galina Barinshteyn, Kai Li: Encapsulation process and encapsulated products. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Dale A Bjorkman, June 19, 2001: US06248364 (22 worldwide citation)

A process for encapsulating a partially water-miscible organic material within a polyurea or polyurethane shell is provided utilizing a water-soluble tertiary amine in the reaction dispersion. Microcapsules and methods of using microcapsules are also provided.


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Richard Wayne Fraley, Paul Rogers: Pesticidal micronutrient compositions containing zinc oxide. ISK Biosciences Corporation, Thompson Hine & Flory, September 16, 1997: US05667795 (22 worldwide citation)

Chlorothalonil compositions which are useful in formulating aqueous pesticidal sprays in which zinc oxide is present as a micronutrient; the compositions are particularly useful for application to potatoes.