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Herbicide Considerations Reference Guide—Introduction

... applications. Microbial / Photolysis : Most herbicide s are broken down by microbes (bacteria) or photolysis (sunlight); and in some cases, by both. Herbicide s that are broken down by photolysis generally last longer in the water during winter months when the ...

Triclopyr Considerations

... in water depending on season and water depth - see photolysis Microbial Microbial metabolism is ... not bind strongly or adsorb to soil particles Photolysis Primary degradation pathway in water Half-life ...

Diquat Considerations

... Microbial Broken down microbial ly Photolysis   Broken down by sunlight Dissipation ...

Frequently Asked Questions

... 2,4-D in water occurs microbial ly and through photolysis and its half-life in water ranges from 7-48 days. ...

Glyphosate Considerations

... Broken down microbial ly, primary pathway Photolysis Minor breakdown pathway Dissipation ...

Frequently Asked Questions

... 2,4-D in water occurs microbial ly and through photolysis and its half-life in water ranges from 7-48 days. ...

Imazapyr Considerations

... mobile and available to plants in soil >pH5 Photolysis   Rapidly degrades by photohydrolysis in water ...

A Manager's Definition of Aquatic Plant Control*

... s’ primary breakdown pathway is via photolysis ; efficacy may be reduced in the summer or in shallow ...