(only comprehensive for the US)
|Of special interest:
|2001 - "Synthesis
by Saroj Sehgel, George Theodoridis (FMC Corporation). Ref:
Trip Report: The 30th Northeast Regional Meeting of the American
Chemical Society Durham, New Hampshire June 24-27, 2001.
Abstract: Benzfendizone belongs to the 2-[(4-heterocyclic-phenoxymethyl)-phenoxy]alkanoate
class of herbicides which are potent inhibitors of the plant
enzyme protoporphyrinogen oxidase (Protox). Benzfendizone, when
applied postemergence, provides control of a number of key grass
and broadleaf weeds in orchards and no-till crop situations.
Benzfendizone can also be used as a potato desiccant and cotton
defoliant. Crops such as soyabean and corn showed no injury
when planted 2–3 days following postemergence application
Ref: New generation of protox-inhibiting herbicides by George
Theodoridis et al. Agricultural Products Group, (FMC Corporation,
Princeton, NJ 08543, USA). Crop Protection Vol 19, Issues 8-10
, 12 September 2000, Pages 533-535.
As of February 2005: No data