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  • Trifluralin is a pre-emergent herbicide belonging to the dinitroaniline chemical family.
  • Trifluralin has a low solubility in water, and forms strong bonds with soil.
  • Trifluralin is available in granular and emulsifiable concentrate formulations.
  • The technical material is approximately 96% pure and
    the emulsifiable concentrate is about 45% pure.
  • Trifluralin is a man-made chemical that looks like a yellowish-orange solid or crystal and it is odorless.
  • Trifluralin is usually used as a spray or a soil treatment in the pre-emergent control of weeds.
  • Trifluralin is a commonly used pre-emergence herbicide.
  • Trifluralin is registered for use on an immense number of food crops, most notably broccoli, cabbage, onions, a number of leafy green
    vegetables, beans, tomatoes, potatoes, wheat, soybeans, sugar beet, and sugar cane.
  • Trifluralin is used to protect ornamental plants, such as trees, herbaceous plants, woody shrubs, and vines.
  • It may be used on golf courses and recreational lawns.
  • Trifuralin is a dinitroaniline compound used as a selec- tive preemergence herbicide.
  • It is licensed and used in
    Yugoslavia on approx. 30% of agricultural areas.
  • Trifuralin can get into aquatic ecosystems in run and by underground waters, similar to other herbicides used near the water.
  • Trifluralin [2,6-dinitro-N,N-dipropyl-4-(trifluoromethyl)- benzenamine] ranks among the most commonly used herbicides in the United States.
  • Trifluralin has been used since 1963 for control of a variety of weeds in agronomic and horticultural crops.
  • With about 14 million pounds used in the United States in 2001, it is one of the most widely used herbicides.
  • Trifluralin is generally applied to the soil to provide control of a variety of annual grass and broadleaf weed species.
  • It inhibits root development by interrupting mitosis, and thus can control weeds as they germinate.
  • Trifluralin may be monitored in water by extraction with a solvent such as dichloromethane and quantification by gas chromatography with electron capture detection.
  • The U.S. EPA reported that trifluralin is removed with 100% effectiveness by conventional treatment using alum, sedimentation and filtration.
  •  In addition, it may be removed from drinking water by reverse
    osmosis, granular activated carbon and air stripping.
  • The interim maximum acceptable concentration (IMAC) for trifluralin in drinking water is 0.045 mg/L
    (45 mg/L).
  • It is dissipated by photodecomposition, volatilization, and biodegradation.
  • Trifluralin has a high affinity for soil and is relatively immobile the half-life is 3–18 weeks, depending on soil type and geographical location.
  • Trifluralin may be extracted with dichloromethane and determined by capillary gas chromatography with a nitrogen–phosphorus detector. The method sensitivity is 0.05 μg/litre.
  • A highly sensitive immunosensor using opticalwaveguide lightmode spectroscopy (OWLS)was developed for the detection
    of the herbicide trifluralin.
  • Slow release of trifluralin to inhibit root intrusion into drip irrigation emitters is a well-known technology.
  • Trifluralin was extracted from the potting substrate and quantified using gas chromatographic techniques.
  • In the southeastern United States, during the warmer months of the growing season, trifluralin dissipates quickly in soilless substrates.
  • It is a granular combination of the dinitroaniline trifluralin for grass control, plus isoxaben for expanded broadleaf weed control.
  • Trifluralin, registered in 1963, was the first dinitroaniline herbicide.
  • It has a very low water solubility of 0.3 mg/mL, but is readily soluble in organic solvents.
  • It is susceptible to decomposition by ultraviolet irradiation and has a high vapor pressure that causes volatilization.
  • In agronomic crop production, Treflan (trifluralin) is often soil incorporated to reduce volatilization.
  • After a re-evaluation of the herbicide trifluralin, Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory
    Agency (PMRA), under the authority of the Pest Control Products Act and Regulations, is
    granting continued registration of products containing trifluralin for sale and use in Canada.
  • Trifluralin is a pre-emergent soil herbicide used to control annual grasses and broadleaved weeds.
  • It is registered for use in Canada on ornamentals, shelterbelts, terrestrial food/feed crops, oil seed and fibre production crops.
General Information
  • Trifluralin
  • Trifluralin General information
  • Trifluralin information
  • Trifluralin profile


  • Trifluralin Degradation under
    Microbiologically Induced Nitrate and Fe(III) Reducing Conditions
  • Factors influencing trifluralin persistence in soil: A Review
  • Uptake of trifluralin and lindane from water by ryegrass
  • Binding of the herbicide trifluralin to chlamydomonas flagellar tubulin
  • Numerical Analysis of Transport of Trifluralin From a Subsurface Dripper


  • Amino compounds and benzimidazoles dervied from trifluralin and flumetralin
  • The Effects of Trifluralin on LH, FSH and Testosterone Hormone Levels and Testis Histological Changes in Adult Rats
  • Inhibition of Chloroplast Electron Transport Reactions by Trifluralin and Dialiate
  • Growth Rate of Scenedesmus acutus (Meyen) in Cultures Exposed to Trifluralin
  • Structure-Function Analysis of Antimicrotubule
    Dinitroanilines against Promastigotes of the Parasitic
    Protozoan Leishmania mexicana
  • Transdermal Penetration of Atrazine, Alachlor, and Trifluralin: Effect of Formulation
  • Predisposition of soybean seedlings to fusarium root rot with trifluralin


  • Colchicine, trifluralin, and oryzalin promoted development of somatic
    embryos in Ilex paraguariensis (Aquifoliaceae)
  • Efficacy of Controlled-Release Formulation 'of Trifluralin in No-Till Soybeans (Glycine max)
  • The effect of trifluralin on the ultrastructure of dividing cells of the root meristem of cotton
  • Effects of Trifluralin on Carp: Biochemical and Histological Evaluation
  • Volatilization of Trifluralin, Atrazine, Metolachlor, Chlorpyrifos, r-Endosulfan, and â-Endosulfan from Freshly Tilled Soil


  • Herbicidal composition comprising trifluralin in a porous carrier
  • Process for preparing trifluralin
  • Process for purifying crude trifluralin
  • Antibody for detection and quantification of trifluralin
  • Microencapsulated yellow polymorphic form of trifluralin
  • Microencapsulated trifluralin
  • Method for the purification of trifuraline
  • Stable compositions of N-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-N'-methoxy-N'-methylurea (linuron) and 2,6-dinitro-N,N-dipropyl-4-trifluoro-methylaniline (trifluralin) in emulsion

Company Profiles

Company from China

  • Company Profile 1
  • Company Profile 2
  • Company Profile 3
  • Company Profile 4
  • Company Profile 5


  • Consultancy from Australia
  • Consultancy from Singapore
  • Consultancy from USA
  • Another consultancy from USA
  • Consultancy from California
  • Consultancy from Texas
  • Consultancy from Washington

Fact Sheet

  • Trifluralin (Treflan) Herbicide Profile
  • Trifluralin


  • Risks of Trifluralin Use to the Federally Listed California Red-legged Frog (Rana aurora draytonii), Delta Smelt (Hypomesus transpacificus), San Francisco Garter Snake (Thamnophis sirtalis tetrataenia), and San Joaquin Kit Fox (Vulpes macrotis mutica)
  • Re-evaluation Decision Trifluralin
  • Trifluralin: Human Health Risk Assessment
  • Trifluralin Analysis of Risks to Endangered and Threatened Pacific Salmon and Steelhead
  • Trifluralin Use in No-
    Till Farming Systems
  • Pre-emergent control of grass
  • Management of trifluralin resistance in annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum Gaudin) in southern Australia
  • Effect of trifluralin on production of male bicellular cells
  • Use of trifluralin for sowinga of siberian elm
  • Trifluralin enhancement of phytophthora root rot of soybean
  • Trifluralin herbicide-induced resistance of melon to fusarium wilt involves expression of stress- and defence-related genes
  • Trifluralin use at sowing


  • Allfire Trifluralin 480 Herbicide
  • AW Trifluralin 480 selective herbicide
  • Treflan™ QR5 Granular Herbicide
  • Generex Trifluralin 480 Herbicide
  • Trifluralin Herbicide
  • Treflan
  • Trifluralin 5G
  • Trifluralin Label List
  • Trifluralin 4EC Herbicide
  • Lebanon Treflan 5G Herbicide
  • Trifluralin HF
  • Trifluralin 4EC
  • Trifluralin 4 Emulsifiable Concentrate
  • Trifluralin 480 Selective Herbicide
  • Treflan HFP

Material Safety Data Sheet

  • Trifluralin
  • Agri West Trifluralin 480 selective herbicide
  • Trifluralin Technical 95% Herbicide
  • Kenso Agcare Trifluralin 480 Selective Herbicide
  • Trifluralin msds
  • Apparent Trifluralin 480 Herbicide
  • Trifluralin 10G
  • Trifluralin Safety data
  • Rygel Trifluralin 480 Selective Herbicide
  • Sanonda Herbicide Trifluralin 480EC
  • Titan Trifluralin 480 Selective Herbicide
  • 4Farmers Trifluralin 480 Selective Herbicide.


  • Accumulation of Trifluralin and Trinitrotoluene (TNT) in Two Aquatic Invertebrates: Formation and Persistence of Unextractable Biotransformation Products
  • Investigation of Dichlorvos (DDVP) and Trifluralin Pesticide Levels In Tahtalı Dam Water
  • Herbicidal activity of controlled-release formulations of trifluralin
  • Identification of trifluralin metabolites in soil using Ion-Trap LC/MS/MS
  • Development of a non-labeled immunosensor for the herbicide trifluralin via optical waveguide lightmode spectroscopic detection
  • Reducing the Diffusion Rate of Slow-Release Materials
  • Ultra-slow Release of Trifluralin from Polymers
  • Trifluralin (Preen) Dissipation from the Surface Layer of a Soilless Plant Growth Substrate


  • Trifluralin
  • Trifluralin toxic report
  • Reregistration Eligibility Decision (RED)
  • Toxicity of trifluralin on the embryos and larvae of the red-bellied toad, Bombina bombina


  • Exploration of management options for Trifluralin
  • Trifluralin
  • Washington state trifluralin use summary
  • Nufarm Announces a World First Technology for Australian Farmers


  • Bio Assay of trifluralin for possible carcinogenicity
  • Trifluralin
  • Review report for the active substance trifluralin
  • Risk Management Decision (TRED) for Trifluralin
  • Trifluralin in Drinking-water
  • Trifluralin Reduces Oat Establishment and Yield


  • Suppliers for Trifluralin
  • Trifluralin selling leads
  • Suppliers and manufacturers of Trifluralin
  • Trifluralin suppliers

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