Plant Growth Retardants Daminozide B9
Daminozide B9 was one of the first plant growth retardants (PGRs) registered for use on agricultural crops. It can inhibit the growth of plants, promote the stocky, without affecting the blooms, Increase cold and drought resistant ability, prevent the fallen petal fruit drop and promote strong stimulation effect.
CAS NO.: 1596-84-5
Chemical Name: B-995, N-Dimethylamino succinamic acid; Daminozide
Physical and Chemical Properties
Appearance: white or yellow powder
Molecular formula: C6H12N2O3
Molecular weight: 160.17
The oral LD50 for daminozide in rats is 8,400 mg/kg, and in mice is 6,300 mg/kg.
Its dermal LD50 on rabbits is > 1600 mg/kg. The inhalation LC50 in rabbits
is > 147 mg/l
Promote to take root and cut for flowering plants and increase the survival rate.
Inhibit excessive stem growth and induce the dwarf and strong plant.
Flowering plants: Carnation, Chrysanthemum, Camellia and so on.
To produce more compact(by inhibition of internodal elongation)of chrysanthemums, azaleas,
hydrangeas, poinsettias, and other ornamentals.Applied at 0.106-0.425kg/ha
Light-yellow or white Powder
Residues after Ignition
Loss on Drying
Package: 25kg/bag or drum