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Aminocyclopyrachlor is a selective, low-toxicity herbicide that provides pre- and post-emergent control of broadleaf weeds, woody species, vines and grasses on several non-food use sites, such as rights of way, wildlife management areas, recreational areas, turf/lawns, golf courses and sod farms. It was conditionally registered as Imprelis bu DuPont in August 2010, and first used in Fall 2010. The chemical is a systemic herbicide and acts by disrupting gene expression. This causes undifferentiated cell division and elongation.
Due to the possibility of damage to specific evergreen species, the United States Environmental Protection Agency and DuPont advised professional applicators and residential consumers to not use Imprelis where Norway spruce or white pine trees are present on or near the property being treated.
- Bekir Bukun, R. Bradley Lindenmayer, Scott J. Nissen, Philip Westra, Dale L. Shaner, and Galen Brunk (March-April 2010). "Absorption and Translocation of Aminocyclopyrachlor and Aminocyclopyrachlor-Methyl Ester in Canada Thistle (Cirsium arvense)". Weed Science 58: 96–102.
- "PAN Pesticides Database". Retrieved January 6, 2013.
- "MSDS". Retrieved June 15, 2012.
- United States EPA
- "Registration of the New Active Ingredient Aminocyclopyrachlor for Use on Non-Crop Areas, Sod Farms, Turf, and Residential Lawns". U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticide Programs, Registration Division. August 24, 2010. p. 4. Retrieved January 06, 2013.
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