Biochemistry and Physiology of Plant Hormones by Thomas C. Moore (auth.)

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Hence, while 2,4-D will kill many dicotyledonous species at concentrations which are harmless to some monocots, at sufficiently high concentrations it will also kill monocot species. 2,4,5-T is used in a variety of commercial formulations and in recent years this herbicide has received major attention. The formulations used in commercial sprays include the free acid, salts, and a variety of esters and amine salts. The free acid form of 2,4,5-T is practically insoluble in water; the sodium salt is only soluble to a limited extent « 3%).

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