Eastman

Chemical Synonyms:

   Chlormequat Chloride Technical, Chlorocholine chloride, CCC 66%, (2-Chloroethyl) trimethylammonium chloride, 2-Chloro-N,N,N-trimethylethanaminium chloride, Choline dichloride

Product Description

Chlormequat chloride 66% is a plant growth regulator inhibiting the action of the gibberellic acid, resulting in shortening and strengthening of stems in plants and reduced branching and foliage in certain species of shrubs and trees.

Treatment rates range from 0.2 to 3 l/ha.

Coincidentally the product increases the chlorophyll formation and the development of the root system, resulting in greater crop yield.

The main application is in the cereal cultivation where Chlormequat treatment reduces stem length, thickens and strengthens the plants to prevent lay-down.

Benefits of growth regulation

 

Cereals

Cotton

Ornamentals

Sturdier plant bushy growth

 

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Reduce plant size

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Increase and/or early budding

 

 

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Stronger stem

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Earlier harvest synchronize maturity

 

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Prevent premature fall

 

 

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Increase yield

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Not all uses and/or products are registered in all countries/regions. Please contact your local Customer Service Representative for availability in your region.

Applications/Uses

  • Growth regulators and stimulators

Regulatory Information and Data Sheets

Product Availability

Check with local Sales Office to determine exact availability by country. Orders subjected to minimum order quantity.
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