Chlormequat Chloride (95%TC, 80%SP, 40%SL, 720SL, 750SL)
Packaging Detail: For liquid: 200LTR/drum, 20L/drum, 1L/bottle, 500ml/bottle, 250ml/bottle, 100ml/bottle.
For solid: 25 kg/drum, 25kg/bag, 1kg/bag or on the requirement of client.
Delivery Detail: 20-30days
Common name: Chlormequat
Chemical Name: IUPAC: (2-chloroethyl)trimethylammonium
CAS: 2-chloro-N, N, N-trimethylethanaminium
Molecular Weight: 122.6
CAS No.: 7003-89-6
Specification: 95%TC, 80%SP, 40%SL, 720SL, 750SL, Chlormequat 305+Ethephon 155 SL
Physical & Chemical Properties
Appearance: Coloudess, extremely hygroscopic crystals, with a weak intrinsic odour.
Melting Point: 235° C.
Vapour Pressure: < 0.01MPa (20° C).
Solubility: In water >1 kg/kg (20° C). In ethanol 320, dichloromethane, ethyl acetate, n hexane <0.1, acetone 0.2, chloroform 0.3 (all in g/kg, 20° C).
Stability: Extremely hygroscopic; Aqueous solutions are stable. Decomposes at 245° C. KowlogP: -1.59 (pH 7)
It is used in cotton, wheat, rice, corn, tobacco, fruit trees and various kinds of earthnut crop to promote the plants growth or tube augment.
To increase resistance to lodging (by shortening and strengthening the stem) and to increase yields in wheat, rye, oats, and triticale; For wheat in Europe, applied at 0.8-1.6 kg/ha. Also used to promote lateral branching and flowering in azaleas, fuchsias, begonias, poinsettias, geraniums, pelargoniums, and other ornamental plants; To promote flower formation and improve fruit setting in pears, almonds, vines, olives, and tomatoes; To prevent premature fruit drop in pears, apricots, and plums; etc. Also used on cotton, vegetables, tobacco, sugar cane, mangoes, and other crops.