Aqueous herbicidal concentrate compositions, method for reducing of surfactant content in said composition, method for suppression of imopea growth, solid herbicidal concentrate composition

FIELD: agriculture, herbicides.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to aqueous herbicidal concentrate compositions containing glyphosate or salt thereof dissolved in aqueous medium,, surfactant in solution or in form of stable suspension, emulsion or dispersion in said medium, oxalic acid or salt thereof wherein ratio of surfactant and oxalic acid or salt thereof is from 5:1 to 40:1 and ratio of glyphosate or salt thereof based on acidic equivalent and oxalic acid or salt thereof is from 2:1 to 125:1. Also disclosed are method for reducing of surfactant content in said composition including dilution thereof with water; method for suppression of imopea growth by applying of aqueous composition on imopea leaves, as well as solid herbicidal concentrate composition containing glyphosate ammonium salt, oxalic acid or salt thereof and surfactant.

EFFECT: compositions of increased effectiveness.

21 cl, 191 tbl, 99 ex

 

Background of invention

The present invention relates to a method of improving herbicide efficacy of glyphosate using organic acids. More specifically the present invention relates to a method of improving herbicide efficacy concentrate potassium salt of glyphosate and compositions, mix in the tank and containing one or more surface-active substances, by adding a component such as a polycarboxylic acid, or other component that increases the permeability of cell membranes or suppresses oxidative flash.

Glyphosate is well known to specialists as an effective post-harvest herbicide, applied to the leaves of the plant. In its acid form of glyphosate has a structure represented by formula (1):

and is relatively insoluble in water (1.16 wt.% at 25°). For this reason, it is usually prepared in the form of soluble salts.

Can be obtained monobasic, dibasic and trekhosnovnye salt of glyphosate. In General, however, glyphosate is preferable to obtain and apply to plants in the form of a monobasic salt. The most widely used salt of glyphosate salt is mono(Isopropylamine), often referred to as the IPA salt. Commercially available herbicides supplied encourage company is Monsanto Company and containing the IPA salt of glyphosate as the active ingredient, are herbicides Roundup®, Roundup® Ultra, Roundup® UltraMax, Roundup® Xtra and Rodeo®. They are all compositions of concentrates aqueous solution (SL), and before applying to the leaves of the plants they are usually diluted with water. Another salt of glyphosate, which is produced by the industry in the form SL-drugs, includes mono(trimethylsulfonium) and often abbreviated called TMS-salt used, for example, herbicide Touchdown® firm Syngenta. Various salts of glyphosate, methods of obtaining salts of glyphosate, drugs of glyphosate or its salts and methods of use of glyphosate or its salts to destroy or suppress the growth of weeds and other plants are described in U.S. patent No. 4507250, Bakel, in U.S. patent No. 4481026, Prisbylla, in U.S. patent No. 4405531, Franz, in U.S. patent No. 4315765, Large, in U.S. patent No. 4140513, Prill, in U.S. patent No. 3977860, Franz, in U.S. patent No. 3853530, Franz, and in U.S. patent No. 3799758, Franz. The above-mentioned patent in its entirety is incorporated into this description by reference.

From a number of water-soluble salts of glyphosate, which are known in literature, but on industrial application of which is not known, it can be noted potassium salt, having the structure represented by formula (2):

and mainly present in ionic form in aqueous solution at pH about 4. This salt is described, for example, patente U.S. No. 4405531, Franz, quoted above, as one of the salts of glyphosate and "alkali metal"is used as a herbicide, and one of these alkali metals, along with lithium, sodium, cesium and rubidium is potassium. In the example described receiving montalieu salt through a reaction between the specific quantities of glyphosate in the form of acid and potassium carbonate in aqueous medium.

Very few herbicides provoditsya industry in the form of their potassium salts. Guide to pesticides, Pesticide Manual, 11th Edition, 1997, lists the herbicides obtained in the form of potassium salts, namely herbicides of the type of auxin, 2,4-DB ((2,4-dichlorphenoxy)butane acid), dicamba (3,6-dichloro-2-methoxybenzoic acid), dichlorprop (2-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)propanoic acid), MSRA ((4-chloro-2-methylphenoxy)acetic acid) and picloram (4-amino-3,5,6-trichloro-2-piridinkarbonovaya acid), active ingredient of some herbicide products supplied by the company DowElanco under the trademark Tordon.

The solubility of the potassium salt of glyphosate in water is reported in the pending application, reg.№ 09/444766, filed November 22, 1999, the description of which in its entirety is incorporated into the present application by reference. Described in this proposal potassium salt of glyphosate has a solubility in pure water at 20°From about 54% by weight, i.e. the example is about 44% of acid equivalent of glyphosate (ke) by weight. This solubility is almost similar to the solubility of the IPA salt. The concentration, expressed in percent by mass, mean parts by weight of the salt or acid equivalent (ke) per 100 parts by weight of the solution. Thus, a simple aqueous concentrate solution of potassium salt of glyphosate can be easily obtained at a concentration of, for example, 44% of ke by mass, in contrast to commercially available drug with the IPA salt of glyphosate, are obtained in the form of a concentrate of an aqueous solution supplied by the company Monsanto Company under the name D-Pak. A slightly higher concentration can be obtained by weak neutralization, for example, 5-10% aqueous solution of potassium salt of glyphosate potassium hydroxide.

Polycarboxylic acid was used as chelat forming agents for improving the effectiveness of glyphosate in the compositions blended in the tank. So, for example, D.J. Turner, Butterworths (1985), pages 229-230, reports that 2% of the concentration of the polycarboxylic acid in tank mixtures of glyphosate (Roundup®) gives increased efficiency. In addition, in the publication Research Disclosure publication number RD15334, Industrial Opportunities Ltd., Homewell-Havant Hampshire P09 1EF, United Kingdom (January, 1977), States that received in the tank mixture of glyphosate prepared with water containing calcium ions and/or magnesium in a concentration of more than 200 ppm (hard water), have reduced herbicide active is here. Herbicide activity is restored by addition of oxalic acid in tank mixture with mass relations to glyphosate comprising from about 1:10 to 10:1.

In U.S. patent No. 5863863, Hasabe et al., describes the medication tank mixtures containing about 0.08 wt.% A.I. IPA-glyphosate (as Roundup®) and about 0.001 mol/l dicale-, disodium, diammonium, diethanolamine or diethylaminoacetate, and surfactants based on ethoxylated tertiary amine or Quaternary ammonium. Also described concentrates containing about 41 wt.% A.I. IPA glyphosate, 0.21 mol/kg dicale-, disodium, diammonium, diethanolamine or diethylaminoacetate.

In U.S. patent No. 5525576, Medina-Vega et al. described is a method of obtaining the extract from the rind of the seeds containing a mixture of polycarboxylic acids, for use as an agent for absorption of the herbicide. 0.25% extract was added to the tank mix containing trimethylsulfonium salt (TMS) glyphosate (commercially available under the trademark Touchdown®) or Isopropylamine salt (IPA) glyphosate (commercially available under the trademark Roundup®). In U.S. patent 5436220, Hickey described the drug with increased efficiency, including an extract from the peel of seeds containing tricarboxylic acid and the herbicide Roundup®while the rate of glyphosate ranges from 64 what about 191 g/ha in combination with the application rate of 82 g/ha extract from the peel of seeds, containing about 5 wt.% tricarboxylic acid.

In U.S. patent No. 5849663 and 6008158, Hasabe et al., described mixed in the tank of the composition containing the herbicide Roundup® 0.08 wt.% active ingredient (A.I.) or TMS-glyphosate; hepatoblastoma agents on the basis of salts of polycarboxylic acids, including salts of oxalic acid with 0.02 wt.%; and ethoxylated tertiary amine and Quaternary ammonium as surfactants. Hasabe reported that mass relations polycarboxylic acid to surfactant is approximately between 1:2 to 1:9, and the increase in efficiency due to formation of complexes with metal ions.

In U.S. patent No. 6093679, Azuma et al., described mixed in the tank of a composition containing of 0.38 wt.% TMS-glyphosate (Touchdown®), 0.53 wt.% chelat forming agents on the basis of hydroxycarbonic acid, including oxalate potassium, and Quaternary ammonium surfactant containing alkoxycarbonyl carboxialkilnuyu anion.

In U.S. patent No. 6218336, Coleman described the tank mix containing up to 1.25 wt.% IPA-glyphosate Roundup® Ultra and 2.5 wt.% succinic, tartaric or malic acid or their ammonium salts. In these tank mixtures can be added Sylgard 309® (ethoxylated organosilicone compound and surfactant Emsorb 6900® (ester polyoxyethylenated sorbitol).

In U.S. patent No. 5948421, Okano et al., described aqueous composition of concentrate, containing 42 and 51 wt.% accordingly diammonium or Isopropylamine salts of glyphosate, chelat forming agents on the basis of a dicarboxylic acid, including potassium oxalate in the amount of 8 wt.%, and ethoxylated Quaternary ammonium as surface-active substances.

Nothing is reported about the effectiveness of polycarboxylic acids in the preparation of the potassium salt of glyphosate. This is probably due to the fact that the commercial use of drugs potassium herbicides is limited, and the effect of polycarboxylic acids on numerous surfactants used in industry for the manufacture of herbicides varies and is unpredictable.

The choice of surfactant is the main factor influencing the effectiveness of the herbicide. So, for example, as a result of intensive studies conducted Wyrill & Burnside, and described in Weed Science, 1977, volume 25, pages 275-287, it was found that different surfactants vary widely in their capacity to increase herbicide effectiveness of glyphosate applied in the form of the IPA salt. Surfactants suitable for obtaining preparations of potassium salt of glyphosate, the description of the s in the pending application, reg. # 09/926521, filed November 14, 2001 (national phase of International application number PCT/US01/16550, filed may 21, 2001), full details of which are included in the present invention as a reference. Surfactants capable of a significant increase herbicide effectiveness of glyphosate, are mostly, but not exclusively, cationogenic surface-active agents, including surfactants, which form cations in aqueous solution or dispersion at pH values of about 4-5 characteristic of SL-drugs monoenoic salts of glyphosate.

Few beyond broad generalizations, it can be noted that the relative ability of different surfactants to increase herbicide effectiveness of glyphosate is largely unpredictable.

Surface-active substances, which contribute most to the increase herbicide effectiveness of glyphosate, are mostly, but not exclusively, cationogenic surface-active agents, including surfactants, which form cations in aqueous solution or dispersion at pH values of about 4-5 characteristic of SL-drugs monoenoic salts of glyphosate. As examples of surfactants can serve as long-chain (about what a rule With a 12-C18)tertiary alkylamine and Quaternary alkylammonium. The most well-known tertiary alkylamino surface-active agent used in the aqueous compositions of the concentrate solution of the IPA salt of glyphosate, is a highly hydrophilic surfactant polyoxyethylene-talonen (15), i.e. talanin having, in General, about 15 mol of ethylene oxide polymerized in two ethyleneoxide chains attached to the amino group as shown in formula (3):

where R represents a mixture consisting of mainly16and C18-alkyl and alkenyl chains derived from tall oil, and the sum m+n is equal to average number of about 15.

It was found that for some applications it is desirable to use somewhat less hydrophilic alkylamine surfactant, such that less than about 10 mol of ethylene oxide, as disclosed in U.S. patent No. 5668085, Forbes et al., for example polyoxyethylene (2)-cocoamine. This patent describes an illustrative aqueous composition containing a specified surfactant together with the IPA salt, ammonium or potassium salt of glyphosate. The highest concentration of glyphosate in this composition with potassium salt, are presented in table 3 of the patent '085, 300 grams ke glyphosate/l, and the mass against the giving ke glyphosate to surfactant is 2:1.

In WO 00/59302 described class alkoxysilane of bonds alkylamines used in sprayable herbicide compositions. In this application also describes the solutions of the potassium salt of glyphosate, including various EO/ON-Propylamine or propertyline JeffamineTM.

Quaternary ammonium surfactants wide range have been described as components of aqueous compositions of the concentrate solution of the IPA salt of glyphosate. Illustrative examples include chloride N-methylpenicillin (2)-cocoamine described in European patent No. 0274369, chloride N-methylpenicillin (15)-cocoamine described in U.S. patent No. 5317003, and a variety of Quaternary ammonium compounds having the formula (4):

where each of R1, R2and R3is1-3is an alkyl group, and n represents the average number of from 2 to 20,

and described in U.S. patent 5464807.

In PCT publication no WO 95/16969 described aqueous composition concetrate solution containing glyphosate in the form of the IPA salt, methylammonium and diammonium salts, cybertechnologies surfactant and acid salt of a primary, secondary or tertiary alkylamines connection.

It was reported that in aqueous compositions of the concentrate solution of salts of glyphosate can be used too and other cationogenic surfactants, including those described in PCT publication no WO 95/33379. In addition, in PCT publication no WO 97/32476 it was reported that highly concentrated aqueous compositions of salts of glyphosate can be made using the same cationogenic surfactants, but with the addition of a specific component, which increases the stability of these compositions. In this work, as examples of salts of glyphosate are mentioned IPA-salt and mono - and diammonium salt.

In U.S. patent No. 5750468 describes a class of surface-active substances, including alkylation, salts of alkylamidoamines and oxide alkylamidoamines, which are suitable for receiving the aqueous compositions of the concentrate solution containing various salts of glyphosate, and the list salts mentioned potassium salt. This patent States that the advantage of the considered surface-active substances used in aqueous compositions, together with salts of glyphosate, is that these surfactants can increase the concentration of glyphosate to very high levels.

Anionic surfactants except for their use in combination with cationogenic surfactants as described in U.S. patent No. 5389598 and U.S. patent No. 5703015, usually do not present int the resa from the point of view of their use in SL-drugs IPA salt of glyphosate. In patent '015 describes a mixture of surface-active substances, such as dialkoxybenzene alkylamine and anionic compound, reducing eye irritation. Indicates that this mixture is suitable for receiving the aqueous compositions of the concentrate solution containing salts of glyphosate, and listed in the list of these salts mentioned potassium salt. The concentrates described in patent '015 contain from about 5 to 50%, preferably from about 35% to 45% glyphosate active ingredient (A.I.) and about 5 to 25% surfactant. In addition, the publication of the PCT application no WO 00/08927 described using some polyalkoxysiloxanes esters of phosphoric acid in combination with some amidoamine in glyphosate containing compositions. Potassium salt was identified as one of several "natural" salt of glyphosate.

In General it was reported that nonionic surfactants are less effective in enhancing herbicide activity than cationogenic or amphoteric surfactants when used as a separate surface-active component in the SL-composition of the IPA salt of glyphosate except, obviously, some of alkylpolyglucosides described, for example, in the patent Australia No. 627503, and polyoxyethylene-(10-100)16-22-Akilov the x esters, described in published PCT application no WO 98/17109. Other nonionic surfactants are usually mixed with cationogenic surfactants with the education system of surfactants for use in liquid herbicide concentrates. However, the system cationogenic/nonionic surfactant mostly do not provide acceptable stability during storage at low temperatures. Concentrates containing such systems are surface-active substances, can crystallize at temperatures of approximately 0°and at lower temperatures, which limits the use of such concentrates in cold climates.

Glyphosate concentrates containing non-ionic alkyl-ether and cationogenic amine surfactants described in U.S. patent No. 6245713. It was reported that this mixture of surfactants increases the biological efficacy of glyphosate and provides improved resistance to precipitation. Glyphosate, suitable for use in these concentrates are sodium, potassium, ammonium, dimethylammonium, IPA, monoethanolammonium and TMS-salt of glyphosate. This patent in its entirety is incorporated into this description by reference.

There are serious reasons PR is to polegate, what potassium salt of glyphosate, used as a herbicide active ingredient, will eliminate the relative difficulty of obtaining this salt in the form of highly concentrated SL-product, along with the surfactants preferred type. So, for example, surfactant, widely used in the compositions of the IPA salt of glyphosate, namely polyoxyethylene (15)-talonen formula (3)mentioned above, is highly incompatible with the potassium salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution. In addition, the publication of the PCT application no WO 00/15037 low compatibility alkoxysilane alkylamine surfactants mainly concentrates with a high content of glyphosate. As shown in this publication, to achieve an effective level of surfactant Alkylglucoside surfactant is used in combination with alkoxycarbonyl alkylamino surface-active agent to obtain a highly concentrated concentrates containing potassium salt of glyphosate.

Adding such Alkylglucoside results in compositions with a higher viscosity (compared to compositions without Alkylglucoside). This increase in the viscosity of these highly concentrated compositions of the two which is undesirable for various reasons. In addition to the difficulties arising from the pouring of these compositions from the container or remove their remains when washing, the undesirable effects associated with high viscosity compositions, particularly manifest if these compounds must be submitted by the pump. An increasing amount of liquid water products of glyphosate are purchased by consumers at large are subject to re-fill (shift) containers, pneumoconveyer, sometimes called "shuttles, shuttles, which usually have a built-in pump or device for connection with an external pump, allows you to apply the liquid. Liquid water products of glyphosate also transported in containers large volume capacity of approximately 100,000 liters. This fluid is usually transferred by pumping to the storage tank, which is carried out on the equipment wholesalers, retailers and cooperatives, after which the liquid can be moved in pneumatoceles or in small containers for distribution. Because large numbers of compositions of glyphosate are purchased and transported in early spring, it is essential that such compositions can be pumped by the pump at low temperatures.

Adding such Alkylglucoside (for example, AgrimulTMAPG-2067 and 2-ethyl-hexylpyridine) to concentrate glyfos is a, this concentrate is dark brown in color. It is desirable to concentrate glyphosate had a lighter color than Alkylglucoside-containing concentrates are described in WO 00/15037 that have the colour intensity of about 10 to 18, as measured using a Gardner colorimeter. Adding dye to the concentrate of glyphosate, with the intensity of staining Gardner, equal to 18, this concentrate is dark brown in color. Concentrates with the intensity of the color on the Gardner equal to 10, poorly painted in different colors such as blue, green, red or yellow, it is often necessary to paint concentrates for differences glyphosate product from other herbicide products.

It would be desirable to obtain stable during long-term storage of the composition is an aqueous concentrate of potassium salt of glyphosate, with acceptable agricultural content of surface-active substances or "fully loaded" surface-active substance. These compositions have a low viscosity, such that they can be supplied by the pump using standard equipment for volumetric pump at 0°S, with a speed of at least 7.5 gallons per minute, usually more than 10 gallons per minute, and preferably more than 12.5 gallons per minute. The term rural is acceptable economic content of surfactants" means the content of one or more surfactants of the type or types and in such amounts, which, when using this composition gives a positive effect from the point of view of its herbicide activity compared with a similar composition not containing a surfactant. The term "full load" means the concentration of a suitable surfactant sufficient to achieve after appropriate dilution in water and spray on the leaves herbicide effectiveness to combat one or more of the major types of weeds without further addition of surfactants to the diluted composition.

The term "storage stability", related to the composition of the aqueous concentrate salt of glyphosate, which further contains a surfactant, means that the composition does not occur phase separation at a temperature of about 50°and preferably not formed crystals of glyphosate or its salt at a temperature of approximately 0°during the period of time up to about 7 days (i.e., the specified composition should have a point of crystallization at 0°or lower). For concentrates, aqueous stability when stored in high temperature environments are often characterized by a cloud point of approximately 50°C or higher. The cloud point of the composition is usually determined by n is grovania this composition until until the solution becomes turbid, and then this song leave to cool with stirring and conduct continuous monitoring of its temperature. For turbidity accepted temperature, which is recorded at the moment when the solution starts to become transparent. The cloud point of 50°With or above is usually considered as temperature, acceptable for most commercial applications of the composition SL glyphosate. In the ideal case, the cloud point should be 60°s or greater, and the composition should be maintained at temperatures of at least about -10°and preferably at least about -20°With approximately 7 days without crystal growth even in the presence of nuclei of crystallization of salts of glyphosate.

Surfactant, described here as "compatible" with the salt of glyphosate, in certain concentrations, surfactants and ke glyphosate, is a surfactant, which provides stable when stored water concentrate, as defined immediately above and containing the specified surfactant and salt concentrations in some.

Users working with liquid herbicide products, usually measured dose by volume, and direct mass and such products are usually provided with guidance about the rate of application, expressed in volume per unit area, for example in liters per hectare (l/ha) or in liquid ounces per acre (oz/acre). Thus, the concentration of herbicide active ingredient with which it deals, the consumer, is not expressed in percent by mass, and the mass per unit volume, for example in grams per liter (g/l) or pounds per gallon (lb/Gal). In the case of salts of glyphosate concentration is often expressed in grams acid equivalent per liter (g ke/l).

Historically, that contains surfactant products of the IPA salt of glyphosate, such as herbicides Roundup® and Roundup® Ultra from the company Monsanto Company, most often made at a concentration of about glyphosate 360 g ke/l Containing surfactant product TMS-salt of glyphosate Touchdown® from Syngenta was made at a concentration of glyphosate of about 330 g ke/HP Products with low concentrations ke, i.e. more diluted, are also available in some markets, but the manufacture of such products results in a material loss per unit contained glyphosate, due to the costs associated, mainly, with their packing, shipping and warehousing.

A further reduction in production costs and Udo is involved in the application can be achieved by making "fully loaded" composition of water concentrate or, at least, compositions having acceptable agricultural content of the surfactant, and the concentration of the glyphosate component, at least about 320 g ke/l 340 g ke/l or significantly higher than 360 g ke/l, for example at least about 420 g ke/l or higher, or at least, 440, 450, 460, 470, 480, 490, 500, 510, 520, 530, 540, 550, 560, 570, 580, 590, 660 g ke/l or higher.

When using very high concentrations ke glyphosate, such as the concentrations listed above, usually there is a serious problem. It is associated with the difficulty of pouring and/or pumping water concentrate, due to the high viscosity of the concentrate, and this is especially noticeable at low temperatures. It would therefore be desirable to obtain a highly concentrated aqueous solution of potassium salt of glyphosate, fully loaded agricultural acceptable surface-active agent, but in this case, the composition should preferably be less viscous than the composition of the potassium salt of glyphosate containing Alkylglucoside surface-active substances, such as substances, described in the publication of the PCT application no WO 00/15037.

Significant commercial advantage can be achieved by increasing the effectiveness of the compositions of the potassium salt of glyphosate. The higher efficiency of the call is employed to achieve a similar degree of weed control at a lower application rate of the herbicide. Making fewer herbicide has economic benefits for the consumer, because fewer product provides an equivalent level of weed control. In addition, this composition with improved efficiency is safe for the environment by reducing the volume of packaging requires less storage space, allowing you to save money associated with delivery, and most importantly, provides a minimum load on the environment. These and other advantages of the present invention will be apparent from the following description.

Brief description of the invention

Therefore, among the several distinctive features of the present invention may be noted the receipt of the pesticide composition, which can be used in agriculture, where the specified composition is prepared so that it contained a compound which increases cell membrane permeability; obtaining herbicide compositions having high inhibitory activity against a broad spectrum of broadleaf plants, including canetic Theophrastus and morning glory; obtaining stable during storage herbicide concentrates prepared using the minimum amount of surfactant in order to reduce aquatic toxicity of this song without SN is the supply of its effectiveness; and obtaining stable during storage of solid and liquid concentrates, which can be easily diluted and are easy to handle.

Briefly, the present invention relates to aqueous compositions pesticide concentrate containing a water-soluble pesticide dissolved in the aqueous medium, a surface-active component and a compound that increases the absorption of the pesticide plant cells. This water-soluble pesticide is present in a concentration that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves sensitive to the action of the pesticide, i.e. susceptible plants. Surface-active component is present in solution or stable suspension, emulsion or dispersion in an aqueous medium. This surface-active component comprises one or more surfactants and a compound which increases cell membrane permeability within the plant, increasing the cellular uptake of the pesticide plant treated with the indicated mixture for applying enhanced action compared to a plant treated with a standard mixture for application that does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as indicated the data of the mixture for the application of enhanced action. The specified connection and surfactant component are present in a molar ratio exceeding 10:1.

The present invention also relates to aqueous compositions herbicide concentrate comprising glyphosate or its salt or ester, and a compound which increases cell membrane permeability within the plant. Glyphosate component is present in solution in an aqueous medium in a concentration in excess of 455 grams acid equivalent (ke) of glyphosate per litre. When breeding a specified composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants absorption of glyphosate plant cells treated with the indicated mixture of enhanced action, increased compared with the absorption of glyphosate in the plant treated with the standard mixture for the application that does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action.

In yet another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous compositions herbicide concentrate comprising glyphosate and a compound that increases cellular uptake of glyphosate. Glyphosate is predominantly in the form of potassium, monoammonium, diammonium, sodium, monoethanol inovas, n-propylamino, ethylamino, ethylendiamine, hexamethylenediamine or trimethylsulfonium salt in solution in the water environment. Cellular uptake of glyphosate increases with increasing cell membrane permeability in plant treated with the indicated mixture of enhanced action, increased compared with the absorption of glyphosate plant treated with standard mixture for application that does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action. Specified concentrate is biologically effective when the dilution of the composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous compositions herbicide concentrate comprising glyphosate and a compound that enhances absorption of glyphosate cells. Glyphosate is predominantly in the form of its potassium salt in solution in the water environment. Cellular uptake of glyphosate increases with increasing cell membrane permeability in plant treated with the indicated mixture of enhanced action, compared with the absorption of glyphosate in the plant treated with the standard mixture for the application, not containing the th specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action. This composition is biologically effective when the dilution of the composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants.

The present invention also relates to aqueous compositions pesticide concentrate containing a water-soluble pesticide dissolved in the aqueous medium, a surface-active component and a compound that inhibits oxidative flash (oxidative burst). This water-soluble pesticide is present in a concentration that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Surface-active component comprises one or more surfactants in solution or stable suspension, emulsion or dispersion in the environment. The specified connection, which suppresses oxidative flash in plant cells, prevents the protective response of plants treated with the indicated mixture for applying enhanced action, compared to a plant treated with a standard mixture for grease is, does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action. The specified connection and surface-active components present in a molar ratio exceeding 10:1.

In addition, the present invention relates to aqueous compositions herbicide concentrate comprising glyphosate or its salt or ester, and a compound that inhibits oxidative flash in plant cells. Glyphosate component is present in solution in an aqueous medium in a concentration in excess of 455 grams acid equivalent (ke) of glyphosate per litre. When breeding a specified composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants protective response in plants treated with the indicated mixture of enhanced action, is reduced in comparison with a protective response in plants treated with standard mixture for application that does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action.

In yet another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous compositions herbicide concentrate comprising glyphosate and a compound that inhibits oxidative flash tile is Oh plants. Glyphosate is predominantly in the form of its potassium, monoammonium, diammonium, sodium, monoethanolamine, n-propylamino, ethylamino, ethylendiamine, hexamethylenediamine or trimethylsulfonium salt in solution in the aqueous medium in a concentration that is biologically effective when breeding this composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. The specified connection, which suppresses oxidative flash in plant cells, prevents the protective response of plants treated with the indicated mixture for applying enhanced action, compared to a plant treated with a standard mixture for application that does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous compositions herbicide concentrate comprising glyphosate, present mainly in the form of its potassium salt in solution in the aqueous medium in a concentration that is biologically effective when breeding this composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves FOTS is iniciou plants. This composition also includes a compound that inhibits oxidative flash in plant cells and thereby prevents the protective response of plants treated with the indicated mixture for applying enhanced action, compared to a plant treated with a standard mixture for application that does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous compositions herbicide concentrate comprising glyphosate or its salt or ester, and oxalic acid or its salt or ester. Glyphosate is present in solution in an aqueous medium in a concentration in excess of 455 grams ke of glyphosate per litre. When breeding a specified composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants, plant growth is inhibited to a greater extent than the growth of the plants treated with the standard mixture for the application that does not contain oxalic acid and the specified salt or ester, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action.

In yet another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous solution, include what he glyphosate and oxalic acid or its salt or ester. Glyphosate is predominantly in the form of its potassium salt in a concentration that is biologically effective when breeding this composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible broadleaf plants. Oxalic acid or its salt or ester present in such concentration that plant growth is inhibited to a greater extent than the growth of the plants treated with the standard mixture for the application that does not contain oxalic acid and the specified salt or ester, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous solution comprising glyphosate and oxalic acid or its salt or ester. Glyphosate is predominantly in the form of his diammonium salt in a concentration that is biologically effective when breeding this composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible broadleaf plants. Oxalic acid or its salt or ester present in such concentration that plant growth is inhibited to a greater extent than plant growth, obrabotan the th standard mixture for application, does not contain oxalic acid and its salt or ester, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous solution containing glyphosate and a salt of oxalic acid. Glyphosate or its salt or ester present in the solution in a concentration that is biologically effective when breeding this composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Salt of oxalic acid include a salt of a tetraalkylammonium or aryltrimethylammonium and is present in such a concentration that the growth of plants treated with a mixture for applying enhanced action, is suppressed to a greater extent than the growth of the plants treated with the standard mixture for the application that does not contain the specified salt but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous herbicide compositions containing glyphosate, one or more surfactants and oxalic acid or its salt and ester. Glyphosate or its salt or ester present in the solution in a concentration that is biological is key effective when breeding this composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Surface-active components present in the form of a solution or stable suspension, emulsion or dispersion in an aqueous medium together with oxalic acid or its salt or a complex ether, where the concentration of oxalic acid or a salt thereof, or a complex ester and the nature of the specified surfactant is such that the difference between (the first difference):

(i) the rate of growth of the plants treated with the first mixture for applying enhanced action obtained by breeding a specified aqueous herbicide composition of the concentrate with water, and

(ii) the rate of growth of the plants treated with the first standard mixture for application that does not contain oxalic acid or any of the specified salt or complex of an ether, but otherwise having the same composition as the first mixture for applying enhanced action

exceeds the difference between (the second difference):

(iii) the rate of growth of the plants treated with the second mixture for the application of enhanced action, and

(iv) the growth rate of plants treated with the second standard mixture for application that does not contain oxalic acid or any of the specified salt or complex of an ether, but otherwise having the same composition as the second mixture for the application of enhanced action.

The composition of this second mixture for the application of enhanced action differs from that part of the decree which authorized the first mixture for applying enhanced action only by the nature of the system of surface-active substances, contained in the mixture, where this second mixture for the application of enhanced action contains as a surfactant ethoxylated tallamy having the formula:

where R represents a mixture consisting mostly of16- and18-alkyl and alkenyl chains derived from tall oil, and the sum m+n is equal to average number of about 15, where the mass ratio of acid equivalent (ke) of glyphosate to surfactant in the second mixture for the application of enhanced action is approximately 2:1.

In yet another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous herbicide compositions containing glyphosate and oxalic acid, or its salt or ester. Glyphosate or its salt or ester present in concentrations greater than 360 grams ke of glyphosate per litre. Oxalic acid or its salt or ester present in such concentration that when breeding specified composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible broadleaf plants, the growth of this plant is suppressed to a greater extent than the growth of broad-leaved plants treated with the standard mixture for the application, where the composition is specified the th standard mixture for application differs from the composition of this mixture for the application of enhanced action only it contains oxalic acid and its salt or ester and contains ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid or sodium citrate.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous herbicide compositions containing glyphosate or oxalic acid or its salt or ester. Glyphosate or its salt or ester present in solution, in a concentration that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Oxalic acid or its salt or ester present in such concentration that the growth of this plant is suppressed to a greater extent than the growth of the plants treated with the standard mixture for the application that does not contain oxalic acid and its salt or ester, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action, where this composition has a density, which is at least approximately 1,210 grams/liter.

In yet another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous compositions herbicide concentrate containing glyphosate and oxalic acid or its salt or ester. Glyphosate is predominantly present in the form it is Aliyeva, monoammonium, diammonium, sodium, monoethanolamine, n-propylamino, ethylamino, ethylendiamine, hexamethylenediamine or trimethylsulfonium salt in a concentration that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Oxalic acid or its salt or ester is present in a concentration at which the growth of the plants is suppressed to a greater extent than the growth of the plants treated with the standard mixture for the application that does not contain oxalic acid and its salt or ester, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action.

The present invention also relates to aqueous herbicide compositions containing glyphosate and oxalic acid or its salt or ester. Glyphosate or its salt or ester present in solution, in a concentration that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Acid equivalent (ke) of glyphosate and oxalic acid or its salt or ester is rootstown in mass ratio, over 21:1.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous compositions pesticide concentrate containing a water-soluble pesticide dissolved in water; surface-active substance and a compound which increases the expression of hydroxyprolin-rich glycoproteins. The specified water-soluble pesticide is present in a concentration that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Specified surfactant component comprises one or more surfactants present in the form of a solution or stable suspension, emulsion or dispersion in the environment. The specified compound that increases the expression of hydroxyprolin-rich glycoproteins, enhances penetration of the pesticide into the phloem of plants treated with the indicated mixture for applying enhanced action, compared to a plant treated with a standard mixture for application that does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action. The specified connection and a surface-active component present is comfort in molar ratio, exceeding 10:1.

In yet another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous compositions herbicide concentrate containing glyphosate and a compound that increases the expression of hydroxyprolin-rich glycoproteins. Glyphosate or its salt or ester present in solution in concentrations in excess of 455 grams ke of glyphosate per litre. Compound that increases the expression of hydroxyprolin-rich glycoproteins present in such concentration that when breeding specified composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants, increases the penetration of a specified glyphosate in the phloem of plants treated with the indicated mixture for applying enhanced action, compared to a plant treated with a standard mixture for application that does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous compositions herbicide concentrate containing glyphosate, a surfactant component and oxalic acid or its salt or ester, where:

(i) glyphosate or its salt or ester is present in solution at a concentration of, for what that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable volume of water and applied on the leaves of susceptible plants;

(ii) a surface-active component is present in solution or stable suspension, emulsion or dispersion in the environment and includes one or more surfactants, and

(iii) is oxalic acid or its salt or ester.

Specified surfactant component comprises at least one surfactant selected from the group consisting of:

(a) a complex ester of phosphoric acid having the formula:

where R1is a straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group having from about 4 to 30 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups m(R2A) independently represent2-C4alkylene; and m is from about 1 to 30;

(b) diapir phosphoric acid having the formula:

where R1and R3independently represent a straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group having from about 4 to 30 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups m (R2O) and n(R2A) independently represent2-C4alkylene; and m and n independently range from 1 is about 30;

(C) afieromeno having the formula:

where R1is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R2is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 30 carbon atoms; R3and R4independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or -(R5O)xR6, R5in each of the groups x(R5-Oh) independently represents C2-C4alkylene, R6represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having about 1 to 4 carbon atoms, and x is an average number from 1 to about 50; and

(d) salts monoalkanolamines Quaternary ammonium having the formula:

where R1and R5independently represent hydrogen, or hydrocarbon, or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, R4is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from about 1 to 30 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; x n is dependent represents the average number from 1 to about 60, and X-means agricultural acceptable anion.

In yet another embodiment, the present invention relates to a method of reducing the content of surfactants in the aquatic herbicide composition of concentrate needed to ensure a given degree of inhibition of growth observed in the breeding of specified composition with water and applied to the leaves of the plant. This method involves the addition of oxalic acid or its salts or complex ester for this composition, where the specified composition comprises glyphosate or its salt or ester, and one or more surface-active substances.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to a method of reducing water toxicity aquatic herbicide composition without reducing the degree of inhibition of growth observed in the dilution of the composition with water and applied to the leaves of this plant. This method involves the addition of oxalic acid or its salts or complex ester in the specified composition comprising glyphosate or its salt or ester.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to a method of suppressing the growth of ipomea. This method involves the application of water composition on the leaves ipomea where the specified composition comprises glyphosate or its salt or ester, and oxalic acid is one or its salt or ester.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to aqueous compositions herbicide concentrate containing glyphosate, a surfactant component and oxalic acid or its salt or ester, including:

(i) glyphosate or its salt or ester is present in solution in the aqueous medium in a concentration that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable volume of water and applied on the leaves of susceptible plants;

(ii) a surfactant component in solution or stable suspension, emulsion or dispersion in such an environment containing one or more surfactants; and

(iii) oxalic acid or its salt or ester.

Specified surfactant component comprises at least one surfactant selected from cationogenic, nonionic and anionic surfactants.

In yet another embodiment, the present invention relates to solid compositions pesticide concentrate containing a water-soluble pesticide and a compound which increases cell membrane permeability. The specified pesticide is present in a concentration that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable amount of water formed is eat mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Compound that increases the permeability of cell membranes, is a compound, which increases the cellular uptake of the pesticide plant treated with the indicated mixture for applying enhanced action, compared to a plant treated with a standard mixture for application that does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action, where the mass ratio of the specified pesticide to the specified connection is at least 2.5 to 1.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to solid compositions herbicide concentrate containing glyphosate and a compound which increases cell membrane permeability. Glyphosate or its salt or ester is present in a concentration that is biologically effective when breeding this composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Compound which increases cell membrane permeability within the plant, is a compound, which increases the cellular uptake of the pesticide plant treated with the indicated mixture for applying enhanced action, compared to a plant treated STD is bound mixture for application, does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to solid compositions pesticide concentrate containing a water-soluble pesticide, and a compound that inhibits oxidative flash. The specified pesticide is present in a concentration that is biologically effective when breeding this composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for application with power steps and applying this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Compound that inhibits oxidative flash in plant cells, is a compound that prevents the protective response of plants treated with the indicated mixture for applying enhanced action, compared to a plant treated with a standard mixture for application that does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action, where the mass ratio of the specified pesticide to the specified connection is at least 2.5 to 1.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to solid compositions herbicide concentrate containing salt or ester of glyphosate and connection, the cat is PoE suppresses oxidative flash. Salt or ester of glyphosate present in a concentration that is biologically effective when breeding this composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Compound that inhibits oxidative flash in plant cells, is a compound that prevents the protective response of plants treated with the indicated mixture for applying enhanced action, compared to a plant treated with a standard mixture for application that does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to solid compositions pesticide concentrate containing a water-soluble pesticide, and a compound that increases the expression of hydroxyprolin-rich glycoproteins. The specified pesticide is present in a concentration that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Compound that increases the expression of hydroxyprolin-rich glycoproteins, is the unity, that increases the penetration of the pesticide into the phloem of plants treated with the indicated mixture for applying enhanced action, compared to a plant treated with a standard mixture for application that does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action, where the mass ratio of the specified pesticide to the specified connection is at least 2.5 to 1.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to solid compositions herbicide concentrate containing salt or ester of glyphosate, and a compound that increases the expression of hydroxyprolin-rich glycoproteins. Glyphosate is present in a concentration that is biologically effective when breeding this composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Compound that increases the expression of hydroxyprolin-rich glycoproteins, is a compound that increases the penetration of the pesticide into the phloem of plants treated with the indicated mixture for applying enhanced action, compared to a plant treated with a standard mixture for application that does not contain the specified connection, but otherwise having a t the some of the same composition, as the mixture for the application of enhanced action.

In yet another embodiment, the present invention relates to solid compositions pesticide concentrate containing a water-soluble pesticide and oxalic acid or its salt or ester. The specified pesticide is present in a concentration that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Specified glyphosate and oxalic acid or its salt or ester are present in a mass ratio, amounting to at least 2.5 to 1.

In another embodiment, the present invention relates to solid compositions pesticide concentrate containing salt or ester of glyphosate and oxalic acid or its salt or ester. Glyphosate is present in a concentration that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable volume of water and applied on the leaves of susceptible plants.

In the latter embodiment, the present invention relates to solid compositions pesticide concentrate containing a water-soluble pesticide, surfactant and oxalic acid or its salt or ester. The specified pesticide is present in the concentratie, which is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable volume of water and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. Surface-active component comprises one or more cationogenic or nonionic surface-active substances.

Detailed description of preferred embodiments of the invention

Some aquatic pesticide concentrates, especially concentrates containing potassium salt of glyphosate, badly combined with surface-active substances. It is therefore desirable to minimize and sometimes eliminate surfactants such compositions as surface-active substances are quite expensive and in some cases cause aquatic toxicity. It was found that the addition of oxalic acid or its salts or complex ether to glyphosate compositions increases the permeability of the cell membrane of plant cells or suppression of oxidative flash with increased cellular uptake of glyphosate. This increase is not due to the ability of oxalic acid to form a chelate complex with calcium and other metal ions in hard water. Indeed, oxalic acid increases the efficiency to a much greater extent than standard gelatobaby the e agents, such as EDTA or sodium citrate. Oxalic acid is more effective than EDTA, even if we consider that EDTA has chelat forming ability, which is approximately five times the chelate forming ability of oxalic acid. Adding a relatively small quantity of oxalic acid can significantly reduce the amount of surfactant required to obtain a stable composition, which after dilution and deposition on the leaves of the plant provides the desired suppression of plant growth. It also significantly increases the efficiency of many surfactants, which provide, in varying degrees, lack of suppression of plant growth that allows for a wide range of surfactants in herbicide products. These compositions are effective in killing a wide spectrum of broadleaf plants, including canetic Theophrastus, Astragalus sickle and morning glory.

Without pretending to any particular theory, we can say that, probably, there are several mechanisms by which oxalic acid or its salts or esters and other compounds enhance the biological efficacy of glyphosate. First, oxalic acid increases cell membrane permeability in plant pocrescophobia chelate complex with calcium in the cell walls and/or in the apoplast and thus prevents the production of Kalnyshevsky protective responses. Secondly, increased expression of hydroxyprolin-rich glycoproteins (HRGP) promotes glyphosate by phloem. Thirdly, oxalic acid suppresses oxidative flash in plant cells. Oxidative flash is the answer, expressed in early resistance produced by the tissue of the plant, leading to the regulation of the release Of2-and hydrogen peroxide. In other words, oxalic acid inhibits oxidase, generating free radicals, directly or by blocking stage signal transmission (signal phase), leading to activation of the oxidase. Suppression of oxidative flash prevents the production of a protective response in plants, which in varying degrees, restrict bioeffectiveness of glyphosate.

In one of the embodiments the present invention relates to aqueous pesticide compositions which contain water-soluble pesticide dissolved in water. This water-soluble pesticide is present in a concentration that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable amount of water with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action and apply this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants. This composition also includes a surfactant component in the de solution or stable suspension, emulsion or dispersion in water. This surface-active component comprises one or more surfactants. Surface-active component is present in a concentration sufficient to achieve acceptable thermal stability of the composition such that the composition has a cloud point of at least about 50°and a crystallization temperature not exceeding approximately 0°C. this composition also includes a compound which increases cell membrane permeability in plant with increased cellular uptake of the pesticide compared with similarly loaded water-soluble pesticidal composition, which includes the same surface-active component without the specified connection.

In another embodiment of the invention aquatic pesticide concentrate contains pesticide surface-active component and a compound that inhibits oxidative flash cells of a plant with increased cellular uptake of the pesticide, compared with similarly loaded water-soluble pesticidal composition, which includes the same surface-active component without the specified connection. Oxalic acid and its salts or esters in the compositions of the present invention are effective in increasing permeable the STI cell membrane and/or in the suppression of oxidative flash.

Solid pesticide composition concentrate of the present invention include a pesticide and a compound which increases cell membrane permeability in plant or suppresses oxidative flash cells of a plant with increased absorption of the pesticide cells compared with similarly loaded water-soluble pesticidal composition, which includes the same surface-active component without the specified connection. Surface-active component is an optional component in said solid concentrate compositions. In some areas under government control, can be released memos aquatic toxicity, or other conditions of the environment, such as a warning or warning labels which may be shown how you can enter and whether to introduce a surface-active substance in the solid concentrates of the present invention.

Although oxalic acid provides the greatest increase in the effectiveness of the compositions of the present invention, however, other components are also effective for their inclusion in the pesticide composition. To enhance herbicide performance in these compositions may be added organic acids, and in particular polycarboxylic acid. The preferred polycarbona the diversified acids are dicarboxylic acids. Suitable dicarboxylic acids which can be added to the composition, are oxalic acid, malonic acid, succinic acid, glutaric acid, maleic acid, adipic acid and fumaric acid, their salts and mixtures, preferably with oxalic acid. Suitable salts are, for example, salts of alkaline metal such as sodium and potassium salts, salts alkanolamine and alkylamine salts, such as IPA. Preferred salts are potassium oxalate, decisionset, sodium oxalate, ginatricot, demoniacal, diethanolammonium, dimethylaminoacetyl, alkanolamine salt of oxalic acid and lower alkylamine salt of oxalic acid. The preparations contain such compounds in a quantity sufficient to increase the high efficacy of the drug. Usually in liquid systems, the mass ratio of all surface-active substances to the connection dicarboxylic acid may range from about 1:1 to 50:1, more preferably from about 5:1 to 40:1, and most preferably from about 5:1 to 20:1. It is the ratio of total surfactant to the amount of dicarboxylic acid significantly increases herbicide effectiveness of the obtained composition. While it is preferable that the mass ratio of glyphosate in the form of the free acid sludge is in the form of its acid equivalent to carboxylic acid was about 1:1 to 500:1, more preferably from about 2:1 to 100:1, and most preferably from about 2:1 to 50:1. In dry compositions, the mass ratio of all surfactants to carboxylic acid is from about 50:1 to 1:30, more preferably from about 1:1 to 5:1, and most preferably from about 1:1 to 3:1.

Liquid composition concentrate of the present invention preferably include a water-soluble herbicide in a concentration of approximately from 20 to 45% by weight of the specified composition; surfactant component in a concentration of approximately from 0.1 to 25% by weight of the specified composition; and dicarboxylic acid in a concentration of approximately from 0.01 to 20% by weight of the specified composition. More preferably, these compositions include glyphosate or its salt or ester at a concentration of approximately from 25 to 40% by weight of the specified composition, the surfactant component in a concentration of approximately from 0.1 to 20% by weight of the specified composition, and dicarboxylic acid in a concentration of approximately from 0.01 to 15% by weight of the specified composition. Even more preferably, these compositions include glyphosate or its salt or ester at a concentration of approximately from 30 to 40% by weight of the specified composition, surface-active com is onent in concentration, component of from about 0.1 to 10% by weight of the specified composition, and dicarboxylic acid in a concentration of approximately from 0.01 to 10% by weight of the specified composition. Most preferably, these compositions include glyphosate or its salt or ester at a concentration of approximately from 31 to 40% by weight of the specified composition, the surfactant component in a concentration of approximately from 0.1 to 7% by weight of the specified composition, and oxalic acid or its salt or ester at a concentration of approximately from 0.01 to 5% by weight of the specified composition.

Solid composition concentrate of the present invention preferably include a water-soluble herbicide in a concentration of approximately from 40 to 90% by weight of the specified composition, the surfactant component in a concentration of approximately 30% by weight of the specified composition, and dicarboxylic acid in a concentration of approximately from 1 to 30% by weight of the specified composition. More preferably, these compositions include glyphosate or its salt or ester at a concentration of approximately from 50 to 80% by weight of the specified composition, the surfactant component in a concentration of approximately from 5 to 25% by weight of the specified composition, and dicarboxylic acid in concentrations, with the element of about 1 to 25% by weight of the specified composition. Even more preferably, these compositions include glyphosate or its salt or ester at a concentration of approximately from 60 to 80% by weight of the specified composition, the surfactant component in a concentration of approximately 7.5 to 20% by weight of the specified composition, and dicarboxylic acid in a concentration of approximately from 1 to 20% by weight of the specified composition. Most preferably, these compositions include glyphosate or its salt or ester at a concentration of approximately from 60 to 80% by weight of the specified composition, the surfactant component in a concentration of approximately 7.5 to 25% by weight of the specified composition, and oxalic acid or its salt or ester at a concentration of approximately from 5 to 20% by weight of the specified composition.

Compositions of the present invention have a viscosity of no more than about 1000 CPS (at 10°S, preferably no more than about 900 CPS (at 10°S, more preferably no more than about 800, 700, 600, 500, 400 or 300 CPS (at 10°S, and even more preferably no more than about 200 CPS (at 10°s at shear rate 45/S.

Used herein, the term "water-soluble" with respect to the herbicide or its salt or complex air means that the solubility in deionized water at 20°is not what the Eney than about 50 g/L. Preferred water-soluble herbicides have a solubility in deionized water at 20°constituting not less than about 200 g/l is Particularly preferred water-soluble herbicides contain herbicide active acid or anionic part and is preferably present in the compositions of the present invention in the form of one or more water-soluble salts. The aqueous phase of such compositions in addition to the water-soluble herbicide may contain, but not necessarily, other salts, indicating the specified aqueous phase ionic strength.

Especially preferred group of water-soluble herbicides herbicides are usually applied to the leaves of the plant after germination. Although the present invention is not limited to any particular class of water-soluble herbicides applied to the sheets, however, it was found that the beneficial effect of compounds depends, at least partially, from their herbicide efficacy in systemic spread in plants. Systemic spread of the plant can occur for apoplastically ("inanimate") path, including the xylem vessels and the extracellular space, and in the cell walls; simplistically (live) way, including elements of the phloem and other tissues composed of cells, United simpaticeskii through the plasmodesma; or as popuplistener, and simplistically ways. For herbicides systemic action, applied to the leaves, the most important way is the phloem, and it is obvious that the present invention has the greatest advantage in those cases where a water-soluble herbicide is distributed by phloem. However, the composition of the present invention can be also effective in the case where a water-soluble herbicide is a non-systemic, as in the case of paraquat.

Water-soluble herbicides suitable for use in the compositions of the present invention are acifluorfen, acrolein, amitrol, Azul, benazolin, bentazon, bialaphos, bromacil, bromoxynil, chloramben, Chloroacetic acid, clopyralid, 2,4-D, 2,4-DB, dalapon, dicamba, dichlorprop, difenzoquat, Diquat, endothall, fenac, fenoxaprop, planrep, flumiclorac, verglichen, fluprofen, fomesafen, fosamine, glufosinate, glyphosate, mazamet, imazamethabenz, imazamox, imazapic, imazapyr, imazighen, imazethapyr, ioxynil, MSRA, MSRB, mecoprop, methylarsonate acid, naptalam, novanova acid, paraquat, picloram, chinkara, Sultanova acid, 2,3,6-TBA, TCA, triclopyr and their water-soluble salts.

Propagating through the phloem herbicides, preferred for use in compositions of the present invention, include, but are not limited to, aminotriazol, Azul, elafos, clopyralid, dicamba, glufosinate, glyphosate, imidazolinone, such as mazamet, imazamethabenz, imazamox, imazapic, imazapyr, imazighen and imazethapyr; phenoxide, such as 2,4-D, 2,4-DB, dichlorprop, MSRA, MSRB and mecoprop, picloram and triclopyr. Especially preferred group of water-soluble herbicides are salts bialaphos, glufosinate and glyphosate. Another especially preferred group of water-soluble herbicides are salt imidazolinone herbicides.

Compounds of the present invention may contain, but not necessarily, more than one water-soluble herbicide in solution in the aqueous phase.

Especially preferred water-soluble herbicide used in the compositions of the present invention is glyphosate, the acid form of which alternative is known as N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine. So, for example, salts of glyphosate used in the compositions of the present invention described in U.S. patent No. 3799758 and No. 4405531. Salts of glyphosate, which can be used in the present invention include, but are not limited to, alkali metal salts, for example sodium and potassium salts; ammonium salt; salts With1-6alkylamine, such as dimethylamine and Isopropylamine; salt1-6alkanolamine, such as monoethanolamine; salt1-6alkylsulfonyl, for example trimethylsulfonium; and their mixtures Molecule N-phosphonomethylglycine contains three acidic groups, having different pKa values; and therefore, accordingly, can be used mono-, di - and trigonalnye salt, or any mixture thereof, or a salt of any of the intermediate level of neutralization. Particularly preferred salts of glyphosate are potassium salt, Isopropylamine salt, ammonium salt, demoniaca salt, monoethanolamine salt and trimethylsulfonium salt. Most preferred is potassium salt.

The relative amount of potassium salt of glyphosate loaded in the pesticide composition of the present invention can vary widely depending on many factors, including the system of surfactants, rheological properties of the composition and temperature range, which uses the song. The content of the potassium salt of glyphosate in herbicide compositions of the present invention is preferably at least 320 g ke/l, and more preferably at least, 330, 340, 350, 360, 370, 380, 390, 400, 410, 420, 430, 440, 450, 460, 470, 480, 490, 500, 510, 520, 530, 540, 550, 560, 570, 580, 590, 600, 610, 620, 630, 640, 650, 660, 670, 680, 690 or 700 grams ke/l

Compositions of the present invention may contain, but not necessarily, one or more water-soluble herbicides in solution in an organic solvent or in suspension in a concentration that is biologically effective is active in the breeding of specified composition in a suitable volume of water and applied on the leaves of susceptible plants. Preferred water-soluble herbicide selected from the group consisting of acetochlor, clomifene, alachlor, ametryn, amidosulfuron, anilofos, atrazine, azafenidin, azimsulfuron, benfluralin, belforest, enculture-methyl, bensulide, bestindian, besoffene, bromated, bromophenoxy, butachlor, butaperazine, butamifos, Butylin, butoxide, butyl, cafestol, carfentrazone-ethyl, carbetamide, chlorbromuron, ozone chloride, chlorimuron-ethyl, chlortoluron, chlornitrofen, chlortoluron, chlorpropham, chlorsulfuron, chlorthal-dimethyl, chlorthiazide, cinidon-ethyl, cimetidine, chinaculture, clethodim, clodinafop-propargyl, clomazone, comarapa, karasulu-methyl, cyanazine, cycloate, cyclomethicone, cycloxydim, cyhalofop-butyl, damarana, desmedipham, desmetryn, most, diclofop-methyl, diflufenican, dimefuron, timepart, dimethachlor, deltamethrin, dimethenamid, dinitramine, dinoterb, diphenamid, dithiopyr, Diuron, ARTS, ecoprocura, ethalfluralin, atomiculture-methyl, ethofumesate, ethoxysulfuron, atalented, fenoxaprop-ethyl, fenuron, planrep-methyl, flazasulfuron, fluazifop-butyl, fluazifop-P-butyl, FlatOut, fluchloralin, flumetsulam flumiclorac-pentile, flumioxazin, fluometuron, perchloride, flupoxam, flurenol, fluid is on, fluroxypyr-1-methylheptane, flurtamone, fluthiacet-methyl, graminicides, halosulfuron, haloxyfop, hexazinone, imazosulfuron, Indiana, Isoproturon, isourea, isoxaben, isoxaflutole, isocaporate, lenacil, linuron, mefenacet, metamitron, metazachlor, methabenzthiazuron, methyldibromo, metaventure, metobromuron, metolachlor, S-metolachlor, metosulam, metoxuron, metribuzin, metsulfuron, molinat, monolinuron, nitroanilide, napropamide, neburon, nicosulfuron, norflurazon, arankaru, oryzalin, oxadiargyl, oxadiazon, oxasulfuron, pebulate, pendimethalin, pantanagar, phenoxazone, phenmedipham, piperophos, pretilachlor, primisulfuron, prodiamine, proplate, prometon, prometrine, propachlor, propanyl, proposita, propazine, profema, propisochlor, propyzamide, prosulfocarb, prosulfuron, pyraflufen-ethyl, pyrazolyl, pyrazoline, pyrazosulfuron-ethyl, paradoxien, piramutaba, pyridate, Perminova-methyl, chinkara, Chimerica, chisalita, hisamoto-R, rimsulfuron, sethoxydim, Siurana, Simazine, simetryn, sulcotrione, sulfentrazone, sulfometuron, sulfosulfuron, Tubutama, tebuthiuron, tepraloxydim, terbacil, terbumeton, TERBUTHYLAZINE, terbutryn, tanihara, thiazopyr, TeliaSonera, thifensulfuron, thiobencarb, CTI is Basil, of tralkoxydim, triallat, triasulfuron, tribenuron, triazine, trifluraline, triflusulfuron and vernolate.

Surface-active component of the composition of the present invention in its introduction together with the above herbicide components of the present invention is a component of a certain type and is present in sufficient concentration for the cellular uptake of the herbicide by the plant and move herbicide effective amount of glyphosate. This can be achieved one way, which provides closer contact between applied herbicide composition and microtopographies rough surface of plants, for example, by smoothing the contact angle of the composition, so that this contributed to the penetration of the composition into cracks and pores of the plants. For example, a composition comprising a surfactant should preferably enhance adhesion or adhesion to the surface of the plant when it is used in aqueous solution, and this should not prevent the drying of a solution within a certain interval of time which is sufficient to penetrate this composition.

It was found that different surfactants are effective for the preparation of the herbicide composition is th and concentrates of the present invention, in particular, for the preparation of herbicide compositions and concentrates containing potassium salt of glyphosate.

Cationic surfactants that are effective for obtaining herbicide compositions are:

(a) aminirovanie alkoxycarbonyl alcohol having the formula:

or

where R1represents hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups x(R2O) and y(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; each of R3and R6independently represents hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms; R4represents hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, replacement hydrocarbon, -(R6)n(R2O)yR7-C(=NR11)NR12R13-C(=O)NR12R13-C(=S)NR12R13or R4together with R5and with the nitrogen atom to which they are attached, form a cyclic or heterocyclic ring; R5represents hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, replacement hydrocarbon, -(R6)n-(R2O)y R7-C(=NR11)NR12R13-C(=O)NR12R13-C(=S)NR12R13or R5together with R4and with the nitrogen atom to which they are attached, form a cyclic or heterocyclic ring; R7represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; R11, R12and R13represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon; R14represents hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, replacement hydrocarbon, -(R6)n-(R2O)yR7-C(=NR11)NR12R13-C(=O)NR12R13or-C(=S)NR12R13n is 0 or 1, x and y independently represent average number from 1 to about 60, and-means agricultural acceptable anion. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R3, R4, R5, R6, R11, R12and R13represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. In one of the embodiments of the invention R3is direct alkylene preferably ethylene, and R1, R2, R4and R5are as defined above. In another embodiment of the invention R4represents H, alkyl, or R2OR7and R1, R2, R3, R5and R7are as defined above. In yet another embodiment of the invention R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 25 carbon atoms. R2in each of the groups x(R7A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene, R3is a straight or branched alkylenes group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, each of R4and R5independently represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, and x is an average number from 1 to about 30. More preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 12 to 22 carbon atoms. R2in each of the groups x(R7A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R3is a straight or branched alkylenes group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms, each of R4and R5independently represents hydrogen, methyl or Tris(hydroxymethyl)methyl, and x submitted the average number from about 2 to 30. Even more preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 12 to 18 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R3represents ethylene or 2-hydroxypropylamino group, each of R4and R5independently represents hydrogen or methyl, and x is an average number from about 4 to 20. Most preferably, R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 12 to 18 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R3represents ethylene or 2-hydroxypropylamino group, R4and R5represent methyl, and x is an average number from about 4 to 20. The compound of formula (10) has a preferred group described above, and R14preferably represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group, more preferably alkyl and most preferably methyl group. Preferred monoalkanolamines amines are PEG(13)or PEG(18)-C14-15aviapropeller and PEG (7,10,15 or 20)-C16-18-aviapropeller (Tomah) or PEG(13)or PEG(18)-C14-15-averagemediterranean and PEG (10, 15 or 20 or 25)-C16-18-evertime Propylamine (Tomah).

(b) gidroksilirovanii amides having the formula:

where R1is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from about 4 to 30 carbon atoms, R2represents hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, and R3is hydroxyalkyl, polyhydroxyethyl or poly(hydroxyalkyl)alkyl. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna group, R1and R2represent straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group. Preferably gidroksilirovanii amides have the formula:

where R1is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from about 4 to 30 carbon atoms, R3represents hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, and n is from 1 to about 8. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna group, R1and R2represent straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group. Preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl is whether a straight or branched alkenylphenol group, having from about 8 to 30 carbon atoms; R2represents hydrogen, a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, and n is about 4 to 8; or R1and R2independently represent a straight or branched alkyl group or a straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 4 to 30 carbon atoms, and n is about 4-8. More preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms; R2represents hydrogen, a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, and n is about 4 to 8; or R1and R2independently represent a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 4 to 8 carbon atoms, and n is about 4 to 8.

(C) diamines having the formula:

where R1, R2and R5independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or R8(OR9)nOR10; R3is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide, and Audi from 2 to about 18 carbon atoms, R8and R9separately represent hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 4 carbon atoms, R4and R10independently represent hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, m is 0 or 1, n is an average number from 0 to about 40, and X is-C(O) or,- SO2. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R2, R3, R4, R5and R10represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferably R1, R2, R4and R5independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, and R3is a straight or branched alkylenes group having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms. More preferably R1, R2, R4and R5independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, and R3represents a straight or branched alkylene having from 2 to about 6 atoms is of glared. Most preferably, R1, R2, R4and R5independently represent hydrogen or methyl, and R3is ethylene or propylene.

(d) salts of mono - or diammonium having the formula:

or

where R1, R2, R4, R5and R7independently represent hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or R8(OR9)nOR10; R6is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, R3is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 30 carbon atoms, R8and R9separately represent hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 4 carbon atoms, R10represents hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, m is 0 or 1, n is an average number from 0 to about 40, X is-C(O) or,- SO2; Z represents-C(O)-, and-is agricultural acceptable anion. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1-R10represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), direct or do the run alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferably R1, R2, R4, R5and R7independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, R6is a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 30 carbon atoms, m is 0 or 1, and R3represents a straight or branched alkylene having from 2 to about 22 carbon atoms. More preferably R1, R2, R4, R5and R7independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, R6is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, m is 0 or 1, and R3represents a straight or branched alkylene having from 2 to about 20 carbon atoms. Most preferably, R1, R2, R4, R5and R7independently represent hydrogen or methyl, R6is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, m is 0 or 1, and R3is ethylene or propylene.

(e) poly(hydroxyalkyl)amines having the formula:

or

where R1is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from about 4 to 30 carbon atoms or-R4OR8, R2represents hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R3is hydroxyalkyl, polyhydroxyethyl or poly(hydroxyalkyl)alkyl; R4is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 18 carbon atoms, R8represents hydrogen, or hydrocarbon, or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R5represents -(R6O)yR7; R6in each of the groups y(R6A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R7represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms, and y is an average number from 0 to about 30. Preferably poly(hydroxyalkyl)amines have the formula:

or

where R1is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from about 4 to 30 carbon atoms or-R3OR4, R2represents hydrogen, or hydrocarbon, or substituted hydrocarbon, imediat 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R3is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from about 2 to 18 carbon atoms; R4represents hydrogen, or hydrocarbon, or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 7, the sum of m and n not greater than about 7, and p is an integer from about 1 to 8. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R2, R3and R4represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 30 carbon atoms or-R3OR4, R2represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group or a straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, R3is a straight or branched alkylenes or alkynylamino group having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms, R4is a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having PR is approximately from 8 to 22 carbon atoms, m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 7; the sum of m and n is equal to about 3-7, and p is an integer from 4 to about 8; or R1and R2independently represent a straight or branched alkyl group or a straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 4 to 30 carbon atoms, m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 7; the sum of m and n is equal to about 3-7, and p is an integer from about 4 to 8. More preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms or R3OR4, R2represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group or a straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, R3is a straight or branched alkylenes or alkynylamino group having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms, R4is a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 7; the sum of m and n is equal to from about 3 to 7, and p is an integer from about 4 to 8; or R1and R2independently represent a straight or branched alkyl or direct the sludge is branched alkenylphenol group, having from about 4 to 8 carbon atoms; m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 7; the sum of m and n is equal to from about 3 to 7, and p is an integer from about 4 to 8. Even more preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms or-R3OR4, R2represents hydrogen or methyl, and m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 4, R3is a straight or branched alkylenes group having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms, R4is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, the sum of m and n is equal to about 4 and R is an integer of about 4. Most preferably, R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms or-R3OR4, R2is methyl, R3represents ethylene, propylene, hydroxyethylene or 2-hydroxypropyl, R4is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, and m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 4, the sum of m and n is about 4, and R is an integer of about 4. These compounds are commercially available and supplied by firms Aldrich and Clariant.

(f) and accelerandi poly(hydroxyalkyl)amines, having the formula:

where R1and R3independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R4is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, R5is hydroxyalkyl, polyhydroxyethyl or poly(hydroxyalkyl)alkyl; x is an average number from 0 to about 30; and y represents 0 or 1. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R3and R4represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferred alkoxysilane poly(hydroxyalkyl)amines have the formula:

or

where R1and R3independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R4the submitted hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide, having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, m and n independently represent integers from about 0 to 7, the sum of m and n not greater than about 7, and p is an integer from 1 to about 8, x is an average number from 0 to about 30, and y is 0 or 1. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R3and R4represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 30 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group or a straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R4represents a straight or branched alkylene having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 7; the sum of m and n is equal to from about 3 to 7, p is an integer from 1 to about 8, x is equal to average number from 0 to about 30, and y is 0 or 1. More PR is doctitle R 1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R3represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, R4represents a straight or branched alkylene having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 7, the sum of m and n is equal to from about 3 to 7, p is an integer from 1 to about 8, x is equal to average number from 0 to about 30, and y is 0 or 1. Most preferably, R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R3represents hydrogen or methyl, m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 7, the sum of m and n is equal to from about 3 to 7, p is an integer from 1 to about 8, x is equal to average number from 0 to about 30, and y is equal to 0.

(g) di-poly(hydroxyalkyl)amine having the formula:

where R1and R3independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, R2is hydrocarbide or for ewenny hydrocarbide, having from 2 to about 18 carbon atoms, and R4and R5is hydroxyalkyl, polyhydroxyethyl or poly(hydroxyalkyl)alkyl. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R2and R3represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferred di-poly(hydroxyalkyl)amine has the formula:

where R1and R3independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, R2is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 18 carbon atoms, and m and n independently represent integers from 1 to about 8. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R2and R3represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferably R1and R3independently represent hydrogen or the nternet or branched alkyl group, having from 1 to about 18 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched alkylenes or a straight or branched alkynylamino group having from 2 to about 18 carbon atoms, and m and n independently represent integers of from about 1 to 8. More preferably R1and R3independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 6 to about 12 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms, and m and n independently represent integers of from about 4 to 8; or R1and R3independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group having from 2 to about 16 carbon atoms, and m and n independently represent integers of from about 4 to 8. Most preferably, R1and R3independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 6 to about 12 carbon atoms, R2represents ethylene or propylene, and m and n independently represent integers of from about 4 to 8; or R1and R3independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to primer the 4 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group having from 2 to about 12 carbon atoms, and m and n independently represent integers of from about 4 to 8.

(h) Quaternary salt of poly(hydroxyalkyl)amine having the formula:

where R1is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from about 4 to 30 carbon atoms, R2and R3independently represent hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, R4is hydroxyalkyl, polyhydroxyethyl or poly(hydroxyalkyl)alkyl; and X-is agricultural acceptable anion. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna group, R1, R2and R3represent straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group. Preferred Quaternary salt of poly(hydroxyalkyl)amines have the formula:

or

where R1is-Xm-(R4O)yR5, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from about 4 to 30 carbon atoms; R2and R3independently represent hydrogen or hydrocarbon or alseny hydrocarbon, having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 7, the sum of m and n not greater than about 7, p is an integer from 1 to about 8, X-is agricultural acceptable anion, R4in each of the groups y(R4A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R5represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms, X represents hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 18 carbon atoms, m is 0 or 1, and y is an average number from 0 to about 30. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna group, R1, R2and R3represent straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group. Preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 30 carbon atoms, R2and R3independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 7, the sum of m and n is equal to from about 3 to 7, and R is equal is an integer from about 4 to 8; or R1, R2and R3independently represent a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 4 to 30 carbon atoms, and m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 7, the sum of m and n not greater than about 7, and p is an integer from about 4 to 8. More preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R2and R3independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 7, the sum of m and n is equal to from about 3 to 7, and p is an integer from about 4 to 8; or R1, R2and R3independently represent a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 4 to 8 carbon atoms, m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 7, the sum of m and n is equal to about 3-7, and p is an integer from about 4 to 8. Even more preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, R2and R3independently represent hydrogen is whether methyl, m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 4, the sum of m and n is equal to about 4 and R is an integer of about 4. Most preferably, R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, R2and R3independently represent methyl, m and n independently represent integers from 0 to about 4, the sum of m and n is equal to about 4 and R is an integer of about 4.

(i) triamine having the formula:

where R1is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R2, R3, R4and R5independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or -(R8)s(R7O)nR6; R6represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; R7in each group n(R7A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R8is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, n is an average number from 1 to about 10, s is 0 or 1, and x and y independently represent an integer from 1 to about 4. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (g is procarbine) group, R 1, R2, R3, R4, R5and R8represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 30 carbon atoms, R2, R3, R4and R5independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or -(R7O)nR6; R6represents hydrogen, methyl or ethyl; R7in each group n(R7A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; n is an average number from 1 to about 10, and x and y independently are integers from 1 to about 4. More preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, R2, R3, R4and R5independently represent hydrogen, a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, or -(R7O)nR6; R6represents hydrogen or methyl; R7in each of the GRU is n(R 7A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; n is an average number from 1 to about 5, and x and y independently are integers from about 1 to 4. Most preferably, R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, R2, R3, R4and R5independently represent hydrogen or -(R7O)nR6; R6is hydrogen; R7in each group n(R7A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; n is an average number from 1 to about 5, and x and y independently are integers from 1 to about 4. Commercially available triamine are Acros and Clariant Genamin 3119.

(j) diamines having the formula:

where R1, R3, R4and R5independently represent hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or -(R8O)xR7; R2is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 30 carbon atoms, -C(=NR11)NR12R13-C(=O)NR12R13-C(=S)NR12R13-C(=NR12)-, -C(S)- or-C(O)-; R6in each of the groups x(R6O) and y(R6A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R7represents hydrogen or a straight or razvetvlenno the Yu alkyl group, having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R11, R12and R13represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, x is an average number from 1 to about 50, and y is an average number from 0 to about 60. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R2, R3, R4and R5represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferably R1, R3, R4and R5independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 1 to 22 carbon atoms or -(R6O)xR7; R2is a straight or branched alkylenes or a straight or branched alkynylamino group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms; R6in each of the groups x(R6O) and y(R6A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R7represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; x is an average number from 1 to about 3, and y is an average number from 0 to about 60. More preferably R1, R3, R4and R5independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having about 1 to 18 carbon atoms or -(R6O)xR7; R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group having about 1 to 6 carbon atoms; R6in each of the groups x(R6O) and y(R6A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R7represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; x is an average number from 1 to about 15, and y is an average number from 0 to about 60. Most preferably, R1and R3independently represent straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms; and R4and R5independently represent hydrogen; R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group having about 1 to 6 carbon atoms; R6in each of the groups x(R6O) and y(R6A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R7represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; x is an average number from 1 to about 10, and y is an average number from 0 deprimere 50.

(k) salts of mono - or di-Quaternary ammonium compounds having the formula:

or

where R1, R3, R4, R5, R8and R9independently represent hydrogen, polyhydroxyethyl, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or -(R6O)xR7; R2is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 30 carbon atoms, R6in each of the groups x(R6O) and y(R6A) independently represent2-C4alkylene; R7represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; x is an average number from 1 to about 30, y is an average number from about 3 to about 60, and X-is agricultural acceptable anion. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, R8and R9represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferably R1, R3, R4, R5, R8The R 9independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from about 1 to 22 carbon atoms or -(R6O)xR7; R2is a straight or branched alkylenes or alkynylamino group having about 1 to 6 carbon atoms; R6in each of the groups x(R6O) and y(R6A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R7represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; x is an average number from 1 to about 30, and y is an average number from 1 to about 60. More preferably R1, R3, R4, R5, R8and R9independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having about 1 to 18 carbon atoms or -(R6O)xR7; R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group having about 1 to 6 carbon atoms; R6in each of the groups x(R6O) and y(R6A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R7represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; x is an average number from 1 to about 10, and y is an average number from about 1 to 60. Most preferably R and R3independently represent straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, and R4, R5, R8and R9independently represent hydrogen or methyl; R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group having about 1 to 6 carbon atoms; R6in each of the groups x(R6O) and y(R6A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R7represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; x is an average number from 1 to about 10, and y is an average number from about 10 to about 50.

(l) a secondary or tertiary amine having the formula:

where R1and R2are hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, and R3represents hydrogen or hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna group, R1, R2and R3represent straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group. Preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 30 atom is in carbon, and R2and R3independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group or a straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms. More preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 12 to 22 carbon atoms, and R2and R3independently represent hydrogen, methyl or ethyl. In one embodiment, an amine of the formula (32), R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 12 to 22 carbon atoms, and R2and R3independently represent straight or branched hydroxyalkyl group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms.

In one variant of the invention, the surfactant has the formula (23), where R1is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from about 8 to 30 carbon atoms, R2represents hydroxyalkyl, polyhydroxyalkane or poly(hydroxyalkyl)alkyl group, and R3represents hydrogen, hydroxyalkyl, polyhydroxyethyl or poly(hydroxyalkyl)alkyl. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna group, R1represent straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or Aral is safe group. In one of the embodiments of the invention R1is a straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group having from about 8 to 30 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched hydroxyalkyl group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, and R3represents hydrogen or a straight or branched hydroxyalkyl group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms. Preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched hydroxyalkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms, and R3represents hydrogen or a straight or branched hydroxyalkyl group having about 1 to 4 carbon atoms. More preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, R2represents hydroxymethyl or hydroxyethyl, and R3represents hydrogen, GI is roximity or hydroxyethyl.

(m) monoalkanolamines amines having the formula:

where R1and R4independently represent hydrocarbonous or substituted hydrocarbonous group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or R5SR6; R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; R5is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 6 to 30 carbon atoms; R6is hydrocarbonous or substituted hydrocarbonous group having from 4 to about 15 carbon atoms, and x is an average number from 1 to about 60. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna group, R1, R4and R6represent straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group. In one of the embodiments of the invention R1includes about 7 to 30 carbon atoms, preferably from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms and the remaining groups are as they were described above. Preferably R1and R4independently represent a straight or branched allelouia straight or branched alkenylphenol group, having from about 1 to 25 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene, R3represents hydrogen, methyl or ethyl, and x is an average number from 1 to about 40. More preferably R1and R4independently represent a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R3represents hydrogen or methyl, and x is an average number from 1 to about 30. Even more preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R4is a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R3represents hydrogen or methyl, and x is an average number from about 1 to 10. Most preferably, R1represent straight or branched alkyl group having from about 16 to 22 carbon atoms, and R4is methyl; R2in each of the groups x(R2O) represents ethylene; R3is hydrogen, and x is an average number from about 1 to 5, or R1represents direct the Yu or branched alkyl group, having from about 8 to 15 carbon atoms, R4is methyl; R2in each of the groups x(R2O) represents ethylene; R3is hydrogen, and x is an average number from about 5 to 10.

(n) salt dialkoxybenzene Quaternary ammonium having the formula:

where R1is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from about 1 to 30 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups x(R2O) and y(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; R4represents hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; x and y independently represent average number from 1 to about 40 and X-is agricultural acceptable anion. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna group, R1and R4represent straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group. Preferably R1and R4independently represent a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to primer is 25 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2O) and y(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen, methyl or ethyl, and the sum of x and y is an average number from about 2 to 30. More preferably R1and R4independently represent a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2O) and y(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3represents hydrogen or methyl, and the sum of x and y is an average number from about 2 to 20. Even more preferably R1independently represents a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, and R4is a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups x(R2O) and y(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3represents hydrogen or methyl, and x is an average number from about 2 to 20. Most preferably, R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, and R4is a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups x(R2O) and y(R2A) independently represents e is safe or propylene; R3represents hydrogen or methyl, and x is an average number from about 2 to 15, or R1and R4independently represent a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups x(R2O) and y(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3represents hydrogen or methyl, and x is an average number from about 5 to about 15. Preferred surface-active substances on the basis of dialkoxybenzene Quaternary ammonium are EthoquadTMC12 (chloride PEG(2)-cocaethylene from Akzo Nobel), chloride PEG(5)-cocaethylene, chloride PEG(5)-methylamine tall fat dibromide PEG(5)-ammonium tall oil, dibromide PEG(10)-ammonium tall oil.

(about) salt monoalkanolamines Quaternary ammonium having the formula:

where R1and R5independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R4is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 30 atoms angle of the ode; x is an average number from about 1 to 60, and X-is agricultural acceptable anion. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna group, R1, R4and R5represent straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group. Preferably R1, R4and R5independently represent a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 25 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen, methyl or ethyl, and x is an average number from 1 to about 40. More preferably R1, R4and R5independently represent a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3represents hydrogen or methyl, and x is an average number from 1 to about 30. Even more preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3predstavljaet hydrogen or methyl, R4and R5independently represent a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, and x is an average number from 1 to about 30. Even more preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3represents hydrogen or methyl, R4and R5independently represent a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, and x is an average number from about 5 to 25. Most preferably, R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 16 to 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3represents hydrogen or methyl, R4and R5independently represent a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 3 carbon atoms, and x is an average number from about 5 to 25. Preferred surface-active substances on the basis of monoalkanolamines Quaternary ammonium chloride are PEG(7)-C18-dimethylammonio and chloride PEG(22)-C18-dimethylammonio.

(b) Quaternary ammonium salt having the formula

where R1, R3and R4independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R2is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; and X-is agricultural acceptable anion. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna group, R1, R2, R3and R4represent straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group. Preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 30 carbon atoms, and R2, R3and R4independently represent a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms. More preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, and R2, R3and R4independently represent a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 6 atom is in carbon. Even more preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 16 carbon atoms, and R2, R3and R4independently represent a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms. Most preferably, R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 14 carbon atoms, and R2, R3and R4independently represent methyl. Preferred commercially available surfactants based on Quaternary ammonium compounds are ArquadTMC-50 (chloride of dodecyltrimethylammonium from Akzo Nobel) and ArquadTMT-50 (trimethylammonium chloride tall fat from Akzo Nobel).

(q) afroameri having the formula:

where R1is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R2is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 30 carbon atoms; R3and R4independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or -(R5O)xR6, R5in each of the groups x(R5-Oh) independently represents C2-C4alkylene, R6represents hydrogen or n is you or branched alkyl group, having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms, and x is an average number from 1 to about 50. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R2, R3and R4represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group having from 8 to about 25 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group or alkynylamino group having from 2 to about 30 carbon atoms, R3and R4independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol group, a straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms or -(R5O)xR6; R5in each of the groups x(R5A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene, R6represents hydrogen, methyl or ethyl, and x is an average number from 1 to about 30. More preferably R1predstavljaet straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group, having from 8 to about 22 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group or alkynylamino group having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms, R3and R4independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms or -(R5O)xR6; R5in each of the groups x(R5A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R6represents hydrogen or methyl, and x is an average number from about 1 to 15. Most preferably, R1is a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, R2represents ethylene or propylene; R3and R4independently represent hydrogen, methyl or -(R5O)xR6; R5in each of the groups x(R5A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R6is hydrogen, and x is an average number from 1 to about 5.

(r) diamines having the formula:

where R1, R3, R4and R5independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or -(R6O)xR7; R2and R8independently represent hydrocarbo the EN or substituted hydrocarbide, having from 2 to about 30 carbon atoms; R6in each of the groups x(R6O) and y(R6A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R7represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; x is an average number from 1 to about 30, X is-O-, -N(R6)-, -C(O)-, -C(O)O-, -OC(O)-, -N(R9)C(O)-, -C(O)N(R9)-, -S-, -SO-or-SO2; y represents 0 or an average number from 1 to about 30, n and z independently represent 0 or 1, and R9represents hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R2, R3, R4, R5and R9represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferably R1and R4independently represent a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 1 to 22 carbon atoms, R2and R8independently represent straight or branched alkylene group having from about 2 to 25 carbon atoms, each of R3and R5regardless of predstavljaet hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group, having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, and n, y and z are 0; or R1, R2, R3and R4independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having about 1 to 6 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched alkylenes or alkynylamino group having from about 8 to 25 carbon atoms, and n, y and z are 0; or R1, R2, R3and R4independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having about 1 to 6 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched alkylenes or alkynylamino group having about 1 to 6 carbon atoms; R6in each of the groups y(R6A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; y is an average number from 1 to about 20, and n and z are 0; or R1and R3independently represent a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group having from about 2 to 25 carbon atoms; and each of R4and R5independently represent hydrogen, a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, or -(R6O)xR7; R6 in each of the groups x(R6A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R7represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; x is an average number from 1 to about 30, and n, y and z is equal to 0, or R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 1 to 22 carbon atoms; R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group having from about 2 to 25 carbon atoms, each of R3, R4and R5independently represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 1 to 6 carbon atoms, X represents-C(O)- or-SO2, n and y are 0 and z is 1. More preferably R1and R4independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 4 to 18 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group having from about 2 to 6 carbon atoms, each of R3and R5independently represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, and n, y and z are 0; or R1, R2, R3and R4independently represent hydrogen Il is a straight or branched alkyl group, having from about 1 to 6 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group having from about 8 to 25 carbon atoms, and y is 0; or R1, R2, R3and R4independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 1 to 6 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group having about 1 to 6 carbon atoms; R6in each of the groups y(R6A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; y is an average number from 1 to about 10, and n and z are 0; or R1and R3independently represent a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group having from about 2 to 6 carbon atoms; and each of R4and R5independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 1 to 6 carbon atoms, or -(R6O)xR7; R6in each of the groups x(R6A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R7represents hydrogen or methyl; x is an average number from 1 to about 15, and n, y and z is equal to 0, or R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 1 to 22 atoms of plastics technology : turning & is Yes; R2is a straight or branched alkylenes group having from about 2 to 6 carbon atoms, each of R3, R4and R5independently represents hydrogen, X represents-C(O)- or-SO2, n and y are 0 and z is 1. The preferred diamines are Gemini 14-2-14, Gemini 14-3-14, Gemini 10-2-10, 10-3-10 Gemini, Gemini 10-4-10 and Gemini 16-2-16 (C10-C14- or16is ethylene, propylene or butylene-N-methylvaline from Monsanto), EthoduomeensTMand JeffamineTMEDR-148.

(s) amine oxides having the formula:

where R1, R2and R3independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, -(R4O)xR5or-R6(OR4)xOR5; R4in each of the groups x(R4A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R5represents hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R6is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms; x is an average number from 1 to about 50, and the total number of carbon atoms in R1, R2and R3is at least 8. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R2, R3, R 5and R6represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferably R1and R2independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or -(R4O)xR5; R3is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 30 carbon atoms; R4in each of the groups x(R4A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R5represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; and x is an average number from 1 to about 30. More preferably R1and R2independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, and R3is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, or R1and R2independently represent -(R4O)xR5; R3the submitted is a straight or branched alkyl group, having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms; R4in each of the groups x(R4A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R5represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; and x is an average number from 1 to about 10. Most preferably, R1and R2independently represent methyl, and R3is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, or R1and R2independently represent -(R4O)xR5; R3is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms; R4in each of the groups x(R4A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R5represents hydrogen or an alkyl group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms; and x is an average number from 1 to about 5. Commercially available surface-active substances on the basis of amine oxide are chemoxy L70.

(t) oxides alkoxysilanes amine having the formula:

where R1represents hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups x(R2O) and y(R2 2-C4alkylene; R3is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms; each of R4and R5independently represents hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; -(R6)n-(R2O)yR7, R6is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from about 1 to 6 carbon atoms, R7represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; n represents 0 or 1, and x and y independently represent average number from 1 to about 60. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R4, R5and R6represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 25 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene, R3represent straight or branched alkylenes Il is alkynylamino group, having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms, each of R4and R5independently represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, and x is an average number from 1 to about 30. More preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 12 to 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R3is a straight or branched alkylenes or alkynylamino group having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms, each of R4and R5independently represents hydrogen, methyl or Tris(hydroxymethyl)methyl, and x is an average number from about 2 to 30. Even more preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 12 to 18 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R3represents ethylene, propylene or 2-hydroxypropylamino group, each of R4and R5independently represents hydrogen or methyl, and x is an average number from about 4 to 20. Most preferably, R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 12 to 18 carbon atoms, R2each of the Oh groups x(R 2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R3represents ethylene, propylene or 2-hydroxypropylamino group, R4and R5is methyl, and x is an average number from about 4 to 20.

(u) dialkoxybenzene amines having the formula:

where R1represents hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, -R4SR5or -(R2O)zR3, R2in each of the groups x(R2O), y(R2O) and z(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, R4is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 6 to 30 carbon atoms; R5is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 4 to 15 carbon atoms; and x, y and z independently represent average number from 1 to about 40. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna group, R1represent hydrogen, a straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group. Preferably R1represents hydrogen, a straight or razwell is nnow alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group having from about 1 to 30 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2O), y(R2O) and z(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen, methyl or ethyl, and x, y and z independently represent average number from 1 to about 20. More preferably R1represents hydrogen, a straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group having from about 8 to 25 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2O), y(R2O) and z(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3represents hydrogen or methyl, and x and y independently represent average number from 1 to about 30. Even more preferably R1represent hydrogen, a straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2O), y(R2O) and z(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3represents hydrogen or methyl, and x and y independently represent average number from 1 to about 5. Preferred commercially available dialkoxybenzene amines are TrymeenTM6617 (from Cognis) and EthomeenTMC/12, C/15, C/20, C/25, T/12, T/15, T/20 and T/25 (from Akzo Nobel).

(v) aminirovanie alkoxysilane alcohols having the following chemical p is the established levels:

where each of R1, R7, R8and R9independently represents hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or -(R11)s(R3O)vR10; X represents-O-, -OC(O)-, -C(O)O-, -N(R12)C(O)-, -C(O)N(R12)-, -S-, -SO -,- SO2or-N(R9)-; R3in each group n(R3O) and v(R3A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R10represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 1 to 30 carbon atoms, n is an average number from 1 to about 60; v is an average number from 1 to about 50; each of R2and R11independently represents hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms; R4is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms; R12represents hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; each of m and s are independently 0 or 1; R6is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 30 carbon atoms, -C(=NR12)- , (S) - or-C(O)-; q is an integer from 0 to 5; and R5represents hydrogen, hydrocarbon or someseni hydrocarbon, having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R2, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9, R11and R12represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group; and

(w) used here imidazoline fatty series, represented by the formula:

where R1and R2independently represent H or substituted or unsubstituted With1-C22fatty acid.

In one of the embodiments of the invention any of the surfactant based on amine or Quaternary ammonium described above in paragraphs (a) (v)included in the liquid concentrates of glyphosate, which is not IPA-glyphosate, such as glyphosate concentrates containing potassium, diammonium, ammonium, sodium, monoethanolamine, n-Propylamine, metilenovuju, ethylamino, hexamethylendiamine, dimethylamino or trimethylsulfonium salt of glyphosate, or a mixture thereof, which contain at least about 10 wt.% ke glyphosate, more preferably at least about 15%, 20%, 25, 30%, 35%, 40% or more wt.% ke glyphosate, or at least about 120 grams ke glyphosate per liter, more preferably at least, 130, 140, 150, 160, 170, 180, 190, 200, 210, 220, 230, 240, 250, 260, 270, 280, 290, 300, 310, 320, 330, 340, 350, 360, 370, 380, 390 or 400 g ke/l or more.

In another embodiment of the invention any of cationogenic surfactants described above in (a)-(v), preferably included in the composition of the concentrates do not contain alkylpolyglycoside, or containing only alkylpolyglycoside having a weak color intensity, equal to less than 10, preferably less than 9, 8, 7, 6 or 5, as measured using a Gardner colorimeter. Adding dye to the resulting product of glyphosate, with the intensity of staining Gardner, greater than about 10, the concentrate becomes dark brown in color. Concentrates with the intensity of the color on the Gardner equal to 10, it's hard painted in blue or green color, which in most cases is necessary to distinguish glyphosate product from other herbicide products.

A subclass of such cationogenic surfactants described above, includes monoalkanolamines amine having the formula:

where R1represents hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 0 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups x(R2O) and y(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 30 carbon atoms; each of R4and R5independently represents hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; -(R6)n-(R2O)yR7; or R4and R5taken together with the nitrogen atom to which they are attached, form a cyclic or heterocyclic ring; R6is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, R7represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having about 1 to 4 carbon atoms; n represents 0 or 1, and x and y independently represent average number from 1 to about 60. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R3, R4, R5and R6represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or Razvitie the ing alkenylphenol group, having from about 8 to 25 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene, R3represent straight or branched alkylenes group having from 2 to about 20 carbon atoms, each of R4and R5independently represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 1 to 6 carbon atoms, and x is an average number from 1 to about 30. More preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 12 to 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R3represent straight or branched alkylenes group having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms, each of R4and R5independently represents hydrogen, methyl or Tris(hydroxymethyl)methyl, and x is an average number from about 2 to 30. Even more preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 12 to 18 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R3represent ethylene or propylene, each of R4and R5independently represents hydrogen, methyl or Tris(hydroxymethyl)methyl, and x is the average num is from about 4 to 20. Most preferably, R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 12 to 18 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R3is ethylene, R4and R5represent methyl, and x is an average number from about 4 to 20. Preferred monoalkanolamines amines are PEG(13)or PEG(18)-C14-15aviapropeller and PEG (7,10,15 or 20)-C16-18aviapropeller (Tomah) or PEG(13)- PEG(18)-C14-15averagemediterranean and PEG (10, 13, 15, 20 or 25)-C14-18averagemediterranean (Tomah) and SurfonicTMAGM-550 from Huntsman.

Salt of Quaternary ammonium, sulfone and sulfoxide are also effective cationogenic surfactants to obtain concentrates of the potassium salt of glyphosate and have a chemical structure:

or

or

or

where R1, R7, R8, R9, R10and R11independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or -(R13)s(R3O)vR12; X represents-O-, -OC(O)-, -N(R14)C(O)-, -C(ON(R 14)-, -C(O)O - or-S-; R3in each group n(R3O) and v(R3A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R12represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, n is an average number from 1 to about 60; v is an average number from 1 to about 50; each of R2and R13independently represents hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms; each of m and s independently represents 0 or 1; R4is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms; R6is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 30 carbon atoms, -C(=NR12)-, -C(S)- or-C(O)-; R14represents hydrogen or hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; q represents an integer from 0 to 5, R5represents hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from about 1 to 30 carbon atoms; and each And-is agricultural acceptable anion. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R2, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9, R10, R11, R13and R14to depict ablaut straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group.

Other cationogenic surfactants, effective for obtaining the compositions of the present invention are salts of diamine or diammonium having the formula:

or

where R1, R4, R5, R6, R7and R8independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups m(R2O) and n(R2O) and R9independently represent2-C4alkylene; R3is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from about 2 to 6 carbon atoms, or -(R2O)pR9; m and n separately represent the average number of from 0 to about 50, and p is an average number from 0 to about 60. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7and R8represent straight or branched alkyl (alkylenes), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (the aryl is new) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. In one variation of formula (40), R3is hydrocarbide having from about 2 to 6 carbon atoms and the remaining groups are as defined above.

Some preferred cationogenic surfactants are of the alkylamine ethoxylates (including afroameri and diamines, such as ethoxylate tallowamine, ethoxylate cocoamine, ethoxylate epitonin, ethoxylate N-Ethylenediamine tall and fat ethoxylates amidoamine; alkylamine-containing Quaternary amines, such as alkoxysilane Quaternary amines (for example, ethoxylated Quaternary amines or propoxycarbonyl Quaternary amines); alkylamine acetates, such as acetate tallowamine or acetate octylamine; and amine oxides such as the oxides, ethoxylated amine (e.g. N-oxide N,N-bis(2-hydroxyethyl)cocoamine), oxides methoxyethanol amine (for example, N-oxide aciditamin) and oxides amidoamine.

Preferred nonionic surfactants suitable for receiving herbicide compositions and concentrates of the present invention, are:

(a) alkoxysilane alcohols having the formula:

where R1is hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; R2in to the each of the groups x(R 2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; and x is an average number from about 1 to 60. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna group, R1represent straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group. Preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl or straight or branched alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 30 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene, R3represents hydrogen, methyl or ethyl, and x is an average number from about 5 to 50. More preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 25 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene, R3represent hydrogen or methyl, and x is an average number from about 8 to 40. Even more preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having from about 12 to 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently presented AET ethylene or propylene, R3represents hydrogen or methyl, and x is an average number from about 8 to 30. Preferred commercially available alkoxycarbonyl alcohols are ProcolTMLA-15 (Protameen), BrijTM35, BrijTM76, BrijTM78, BrijTM97, BrijTM98 (from Sigma Chemical Co.), NeodolTM25-12 (from the Shell), HetoxolTMCA-10, HetoxolTMCA-20, HetoxolTMCS-9, HetoxolTMCS-15, HetoxolTMCS-20, HetoxolTMCS-25, HetoxolTMCS-30 and PlurafacTMA38 (from BASF), ST-8303 (from Cognis) and ArosurfTM66 E20 (from Goldschmidt).

(b) dialkoxybenzene alcohols having the formula:

where R1independently represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 4 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups x(R2O) and y(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 30 carbon atoms; and x and y independently represent average number from 1 to about 60. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna group, R3represent straight or branched alkylenes, straight or branched alkenylamine, straight or branched alkynylamino, Allenova or Aracinovo group. Preferably R1represents hydrogen, methyl or ethyl, R2each g is PP x(R 2O) and y(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3is a straight or branched alkylenes or a straight or branched alkynylamino group having from about 8 to 25 carbon atoms, and x and y independently represent average number from about 1 to 20. More preferably R1represents hydrogen or methyl, R2in each of the groups x(R2O) and y(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3is a straight or branched alkylenes or a straight or branched alkynylamino group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, and x and y independently represent average number from 1 to about 10. Even more preferably R1is hydrogen, R2in each of the groups x(R2O) and y(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3is a straight or branched alkylenes group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, and x and y independently represent average number from 1 to about 5.

(C) alkoxysilane dialkylphenol having the formula:

where R1and R4independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms; and at least one of R1and R4is alkaline the group; R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl group having about 1 to 4 carbon atoms; and x is an average number from about 1 to 60. Preferably R1and R4independently represent straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 30 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen, methyl or ethyl; and x is an average number from about 5 to 50. More preferably R1and R4independently represent straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3represents hydrogen or methyl; and x is an average number from about 8 to 40. Even more preferably R1and R4independently represent straight or branched alkyl group having from about 8 to 16 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups x(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3represents hydrogen or methyl; and x is an average number from about 10 to 30. Preferred commercially available alkoxysilane the governmental dialkylphenols are the ethoxylated dinonylphenol, such as SurfonicTMDNP 100, SurfonicTMDNP 140 and SurfonicTMDNP 240 (from Huntsman).

(d) alkoxysilane of alkyl phenols having the formula:

where R1is substituted or unsubstituted With1-C22group, and n is from 1 to about 20.

(e) alkoxysilane mercaptans having the formula:

where R1is substituted or unsubstituted With1-C22group, R2represents methoxy, ethoxy or propoxy and n is from 1 to about 20.

(f) alkylpyridine having the formula:

where R1is substituted or unsubstituted With1-C22group.

(g) alkoxysilane alkanolamide having the formula:

where R1is substituted or unsubstituted With1-C22group, R2represents methoxy, ethoxy or propoxy and n is from about 1 to 20; and

(h) alkoxysilane glycols having the formula:

where R1represents H, HE, or substituted or unsubstituted With1-C22group, R2represents methoxy, ethoxy or propoxy, R3represents H, HE, or substituted or unsubstituted With1-C22group, and n is from about 1 to 20.

<> Other suitable nonionic surfactants are alkylpolyglucoside; esters of glycerol, such as glycerylmonostearate and the ethoxylated glycerylmonostearate; ethoxylated castor oil; ethoxylated esters of reducing sugars, such as monolaurin of polyoxyethylenesorbitan; esters of other polyhydric alcohols, such as monolaurate sorbitan and sucrose monostearate; ethoxylated amides, such as polyoxyethylenated; ethoxylated esters, such as monolaurate of polyethylene glycol 1000 and dilaurate of polyethylene glycol 6000; ethoxylated alkyl - or kilfenora, such as ethoxylate of Nonylphenol, ethoxylates of the op, ethoxylates of dodecylphenol, ethoxylates of dinonylphenol and ethoxylates of crystalline; ethoxylates of alcohols, such as ethoxylates fatty alcohols (e.g., ethoxylate olejowego alcohol), ethoxylates tridecylalcohol alcohol, and other ethoxylates of alcohols, such as neodol and ethoxylates of oxaspiro; and copolymers of ethylene oxide/propylene oxide, such as copolymers of type pluronic, tetronic or tergitol HN.

Additional nonionic surfactants for inclusion in the composition of surfactants that can be used in the present invention, are polimerizovannye is a polyoxyethylene (5-30) 8-C22-alkalemia esters and polymerized by polyoxyethylene (5-30)8-C12-alkylphenolate esters, where "5-30" means that the average number ethylenoxide links in polyoxyethylene chains of these surfactants is from about 5 to 30. Examples of such nonionic surfactants are polyoxyethyleneglycol, octanol, decanol and trimethylsilanol. Specific nonionic surface-active substances allowed for use are NEODOLTM91-6 from Shell (a polyoxyethylene (6)-C9-11-alcohol with a primary straight chain), NEODOLTM1-7 from the Shell (a polyoxyethylene (7)11-alcohol with a primary straight chain), TERGITOLTM15-S-9 from Union Carbide (polyoxyethylene (9)12-15-secondary alcohol) and SURFONICTMNP95 from Huntsman (polyoxyethylene (9,5)-Nonylphenol). Suitable surface-active substances on the basis of polyalkoxysiloxanes silicone are compounds described in U.S. patent No. 6051533, which is included in the present description by reference.

In a preferred embodiment of the invention these herbicide compositions include at least one nonionic surfactant and at least one cationogenic surfactant. Any of these cationogenic and nonionic surface is Resto-active substances can be used in combination in herbicide compositions of the present invention. Preferred cationogenic surfactants are alkylamine, alkylamine, acylpolyamines, salt, mono - or di-Quaternary ammonium monoalkanolamines Amin, dialkoxybenzene amine, such as ethoxylated tallowamine, salt monoalkanolamines Quaternary ammonium salt dialkoxybenzene Quaternary ammonium epitonin, amine oxide, the oxide alkoxysilanes amine and imidazoline fatty series. Preferred nonionic surfactants are alkoxycarbonyl alcohol, dialkoxybenzene alcohol, alkoxycarbonyl dialkylphenol, alkylpolyglycoside, alkoxycarbonyl alkyl phenol, alkoxycarbonyl glycol, alkoxycarbonyl mercaptan, gliterry or polyglyceryl esters of natural fatty acids, alkoxycarbonyl glycol ester, alkoxycarbonyl fatty acid, alkoxycarbonyl alkanolamide, polyalkoxysiloxanes silicone and N-alkylpyridine. Examples of these surfactants are polyoxyethylene (5-30)8-C22-amines or polyoxyethylene (5-30)-polyoxypropylene (2-10)8-C22-amines in combination with alkylpolyglucoside, alkoxysilane or dialkoxybenzene alcohols, such as polyoxyethylene (5-30)8-C22-alkalemia esters, or esters of methoxy, ethoxy - or propoxy-substituted glycols with the degree of substitution of from 1 to about 20. Cationogenic and nonionic surfactants suitable for use in the compositions of the present invention are compounds described in U.S. patent No. 6245713, which is included in the present description by reference. If the surfactant component of the compositions of the present invention includes both cationogenic and nonionic surfactants, the mass ratio of nonionic surfactant to nationalincome surfactant is from about 1:10 to 10:1, preferably from about 1:5 to 5:1, and more preferably from about 1:3 to 3:1.

Herbicide compositions of the present invention can also include a compound that can reduce eye irritation. Such compounds are typically effective in combination with alkylamine surfactants described in this application, and have the formula:

where R1is hydrocarbonous group having from about 8 to 22 carbon atoms, each group n(R2A) independently represents C2-C4-alkylen, n equal to the number of about 0 to 60, and X1represents a carboxylate, sulfate or phosphate. These connect the means described in U.S. patent No. 6063733, which is included in the present description by reference.

Suitable amphoteric surfactants are the betaines, such as simple betaines (e.g., cocodimethylamine), sulfobetaine, aminobutane and cocamidopropylbetaine; imidazolinium compounds, such as dinitrilotetraacetic, cocoamphoacetate sodium, cocoamidopropyl sodium, dynamicachievement, and cocoamidopropyl sodium; and other amphoteric surfactants such as N-alkyl, N-bis(2-hydroxyethyl)glycine and alkylenediamine.

Other surfactants that may be used in herbicide compositions and concentrates of the present invention are compounds of the formulas:

or

or

or

or

or

or

or

or

where R1, R9and R12independently represent hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from about 1 to 30 carbon atoms, or -(R2O)pR13; 2in each of the groups m(R2O)n(R2O), p(R2O) and q(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3, R8, R11, R13and R15independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from about 1 to 30 carbon atoms; R4represents -(CH2)yOR13or -(CH2)yO(R2O)qR3; R5, R6and R7independently represent hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or R4; R10is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 30 carbon atoms; R14represents hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms, or -(CH2)zO(R2O)pR3; m, n, p and q independently represent an average number from 1 to about 50; X independently represents-O-, -NR14-C(O)-, -C(O)O-, -OC(O)-, -N(R15)C(O)-, -C(O)N(R15)-, -S-, -SO -,- SO2; t is 0 or 1; And-is agricultural acceptable anion; and y and z independently represent an integer from 0 to about 30. In this context, preferred gidrolabilna (hydrocarbonate) group, R1, R3and R5-R15represent straight or branched alkyl (the alkyl is new), straight or branched alkenylphenol (alkenylamine), straight or branched alkylamino (alkynylamino), aryl (Allenova) or Uralkaliy (Aracinovo) group. Preferably R1, R9and R12independently represent a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms or -(R2O)pR13, R2in each of the groups m(R2O)n(R2O), p(R2O) and q(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen, methyl or ethyl, R4represents -(CH2)yOR13or -(CH2)yO(R2O)qR3; R5, R6and R7independently represent hydrogen, a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, or R4, R8, R11, R13and R15independently represent hydrogen, a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, R10is a straight or branched alkylenes or alkynylamino group having from 2 to about 18 carbon atoms; R14is a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, or -(CH2)zO(R2O)pR3 ; m, n, p and q independently represent an average number from 1 to about 30, X independently represents-O-, -N(R14)-, -C(O)-, -C(O)O-, -OC(O)-, -N(R15)C(O)-, -C(O)N(R15)-, -S-, -SO - or-SO2; t is 0 or 1, And-is agricultural acceptable anion, and y and z independently represent an integer from 0 to about 30. More preferably R1is a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from about 8 to 18 carbon atoms, or -(R2O)pR13, R9and R12independently represent a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms or -(R2O)pR13; R2in each of the groups m(R2O)n(R2O), p(R2O) and q(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3represents hydrogen or methyl; R4represents -(CH2)yOR13or -(CH2)yO(R2O)qR3; R8, R11and R15independently represent hydrogen, a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, R5, R6and R7independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, or R4; R10is the nternet or branched alkylenes or alkenylamine group, having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms; R13represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from about 6 to 22 carbon atoms; R14is a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, or -(CH2)zO(R2O)pR3; m, n, p and q independently represent an average number from 1 to about 20, X independently represents-O-, -N(R14)-, -C(O)-, -C(O)O-, -OC(O)-, -N(R15)C(O)-, -C(O)N(R15)-, -S-, -SO - or-SO2; t is 0 or 1, And-is agricultural acceptable anion, and y and z independently represent an integer from 0 to 10. Most preferably, R1is a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from about 12 to 18 carbon atoms, or -(R2O)pR13, R9and R12independently represent a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms or -(R2O)pR13; R2in each of the groups m(R2O)n(R2O), p(R2O) and q(R2A) independently represents an ethylene or propylene; R3is hydrogen; R4represents -(CH2)yOR13or -(CH2)yO(R2O)qR3; R8, R11and R15n is dependent represent hydrogen, straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, R5, R6and R7independently represent hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, or R4; R10is a straight or branched alkylenes or alkynylamino group having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms; R13represents hydrogen or a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from about 6 to 22 carbon atoms; R14is a straight or branched alkyl or alkenylphenol group having from 1 to about 22 carbon atoms, or -(CH2)zO(R2O)pR3; m, n, p and q independently represent an average number from 1 to about 5, x independently represents-O - or-N(R14)-; t is 0 or 1, And-is agricultural acceptable anion, and y and z independently represent an integer from 1 to about 3.

Preferred anionic surfactants are effective for the preparation of compositions of this invention are saturated carboxylic acids, such as butyric, Caproic, Caprylic, capric, lauric, palmitic, myristic or stearic acid, and unsaturated carboxylic sour is s, such as palmitoleic, oleic, linoleic or linolenic acid. Preferred carboxylic acids are palmitic, oleic or stearic acid. Other preferred anionic surfactants are the alkyl sulphates, for example sodium lauryl sulfate, and esters or diesters of phosphoric acid having the formula:

where R1and R3independently represent a straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group having from about 4 to 30 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups m(R2O) and n(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; and m and n independently represent a number from 1 to about 30; or

where R1is a straight or branched alkyl, straight or branched alkenylphenol, straight or branched alkylamino, aryl or aracelio group having from about 8 to 30 carbon atoms; R2in each of the groups m(R2A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; and m is from about 1 to 30. Representative esters of phosphoric acid are Alef-10-phosphate, Olaf-20-phosphate and OLE-25-phosphate.

Prefer the elegance of a phosphate ester surfactants are the phosphates of mono - and dispertab, mono - and di(polyoxyalkylene)alcohols and phosphate mono - and dispertab, (poly-oxyalkylene)phosphates, which are represented by the formula:

where R1is8-C20alkyl or C8-C20alkylphenyl; R represents alkylene having from 2 to about 4 carbon atoms, typically ethylene or propylene, and m is zero or a number up to about 60, preferably less than 10, and more preferably about 4; and R2represents hydroxyl or the radical R1-O-(RO)mwhere R1and R are defined above, and m is from 0 to about 30. If R2represents hydroxyl, the compounds are complex monoether. If R2represents the radical R1-O-(RO)mthese connections are complex fluids. For use in the compositions of the present invention preferred are mixtures of esters or diesters of phosphoric acid of formula (52), (53) and/or (54) and cationogenic surfactants, in particular alkylamine surfactants of the formula(61), (62), (63) or (64). A mixture of monoamino and diesters can also be used together with polyoxyalkylene. If you use a mixture of monoamino and diesters, the mass percentage of monoether or monoamino pre is yset content diapir or diesters.

Other suitable anionic surfactants are Soaps of fatty acids, such as ammonium salts of acids of tall oil and sodium stearate; alkyl sulphates, such as sodium salt of sulfate8-10-alkanol and reinsulate sodium; sulfonated oils, such as sulfonated castor oil; sulfate alkoxysilanes alcohol, such as alkoxysilanes sodium, alkoxylalkyl ammonium and alkoxyalkanols ammonium; sulfonates such as petroleum sulfonates fractions, alkylbenzenesulfonate (for example, dodecylbenzenesulfonate sodium (straight chain) or dodecylbenzenesulfonate sodium (branched chain), alkylnaphthalene (for example, dibutylaminoethanol sodium), alkyl sulphonates (e.g., sulfonates, alpha-olefin), sulfosuccinate, such as diallylmalonate (for example, dioctylsulfosuccinate sodium) and monoalkylbenzenes and succinamide (for example, dinitrosopentamethylene and disodium-N-alkylsulfonyl); sulfonated amides, such as N-methyl-N-coltart sodium; isethionate, such as cocoylisethionate sodium; sarcosinate, such as N-lauroylsarcosine; and phosphates such as ethoxylate phosphates Olkiluoto ester and ethoxylated phosphates alkylsilanes ether.

Examples of surface-active substances, which is s can be used in accordance with the present invention, are the following connections:

and

Other surfactants that may be used in herbicide compositions and concentrates of the present invention are N-acylcarnitine described in U.S. patent No. 5985798, which is included in the present description by reference. Such surfactants represented by the formula:

where R represents a C8-C22-N-acyl, preferably fatty acid with a chain length of C10-C18and X is a cation that forms a salt including alkali metal, ammonia or alkanolamine. More preferably R represents lauroyl, Cocoyl, Palmitoyl, myristoyl or oleoyl, and X represents sodium, potassium, ammonium, Isopropylamine or aminoplast. The preferred sarcosinate are lauroylsarcosine sodium, kakailanganin sodium and myristoylation sodium, which are commercially available under the trademark HAMPOSYL and delivered by the company Hampshire Chemical Corp.

Suitable for use in the compositions and concentrates of the present invention are also alkylpolyglycoside described, for example, in U.S. patent No. 6117820. Used herein, the term "Alkylglucoside" means mono - and polyalkylimide. Glycosides have the formula:

where n denotes the degree of polymerization or the number glasnik groups, and R represents an alkyl group, branched or straight chain, preferably having from 4 to 18 carbon atoms, or a mixture of alkyl groups having an average length within a specified interval. The number glasnik groups per alkyl group can vary, and can be obtained derivative alkylamino-, di - or polyglucose or saccharide. Commercially available alkylpolyglycoside usually contain a mixture of derivatives, where n denotes the average number. Preferably n is from 1 to about 5, and more preferably from 1 to about 3. Typical Alkylglucoside are: product, commercially available under the trademark L2042 (Imperial Chemical Industries PLC), where n is the average number of 1.7, and R represents a mixture of Attila (45%) and decyl (55%), a product commercially available under the trademark AGRIMUL PG2069 (Henkel Corp), where n is the average number of 1.6, and R represents a mixture of Manila (20%), decyl (40%) and undecyl (40%), and the product commercially available under the trademark of BEROL AG6202 (Akzo Nobel), which is a 2-ethyl-1-hexillion.

Preferred surfactants for use in solid concentrates of superspreaders" type. Superspreaders surfactants are, but not Ogre is nicolalde them silicone and fluorine-organic surface-active agents. Silicone surfactants include polysiloxane. More specifically, the silicone surfactants include polysiloxane, where at least one of the siloxane groups is the part that contains one or more polyalkylene or polyalkyleneglycols groups.

Polysiloxane surfactants have the following formula:

where R1isnH2nO(CH2CH2O)m(CH2CH(CH3)O)qX, n is 0-6, and from 0 to about 100, b is from 0 to about 10, m is from 0 to about 30, q is from 0 to about 30, X is hydrogen or C1-20-hydrocarbonous or2-6acyl group, and the group R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9, R10independently represent a substituted or unsubstituted With1-20-hydrocarbonous or nitrogen-containing group.

Mainly in the preferred embodiments of the invention n is 0-6, and from 0 to about 30, b is from 0 to about 10, m is from 0 to about 30, q is from 0 to about 3, X is hydrogen or C1-6-hydrocarbonous or2-6acyl group, and the group R2, R34, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9, R10independently represent a substituted or unsubstituted With1-4-hydrocarbonous or nitrogen-containing group.

In one of the preferred embodiments of the invention specified polysiloxane is polyoxyethylenesorbitan, where R1isnH2nO(CH2CH2O)m(CH2CH(CH3)O)qX, n is 3 or 4, a is 1, b is 0, m is from 1 to about 30, q is 0, X represents hydrogen or a methyl, ethyl or acetyl group, and the group R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9, R10independently represent a substituted or unsubstituted With1-4-hydrocarbonous or nitrogen-containing group.

In a preferred embodiment of the invention in the formula specified polysiloxane surfactant, and 1 to 5, b is 0 to 10, n is 3 or 4, m is from 1 to about 30, q is 0, X represents hydrogen or a methyl, ethyl or acetyl group, and the group R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9, R10represent a methyl group.

In another preferred embodiment of the invention in the formula specified polysiloxane surfactant, and equally is 1-5, b is 0 to 10, n is 3 or 4, m is 4 to 12, q is 0, X represents hydrogen or a methyl or acetyl group, and the group R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9and R10represent a methyl group.

In an even more preferred embodiment of the invention in the formula specified polysiloxane surfactant, and a is 1, b is 0, n is 3 or 4, m is from 1 to about 30, q is 0, X represents hydrogen or a methyl, ethyl or acetyl group, and the group R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9and R10represent a methyl group.

In yet another preferred embodiment of the invention in the formula specified polysiloxane surfactant and a is 1, b is 0, n is 3, m is equal to 8, q is 0, X is methyl, and the group R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9and R10represent a methyl group.

Trisiloxane above formula in General is described in the literature relating to the products Crompton Corporation, and in U.S. patent No. 3505377. Some of these trisiloxanes are ethoxylated organosilicone wetting agents supplied by the company Crompton Corporation in the form of copolymers, silicone-glycol under the trademark Silwe® . As the liquid organosilicon and dry organosilicon compounds may be used in composie surfactants; and both of them are included in the scope of the present invention.

The preferred trisiloxane are compounds, commercially available in the United States or in other countries and delivered by the company Crompton Corporation under the trademark Silwet® L-77, Silwet® Silwet 408 and® 800, the company Dow-Corning under the trademark Sylgard® 309, Exacto, Inc. under the trademark Qwikwet® 100 and the company Goldschmidt under the trademark Breakthru S-a. In the most preferred polyoxyethylenesorbitan R2represents hydrogen.

The preferred composition of surfactants used in this invention contains about 75-100%, more preferably about 80-100% by weight of polyoxyethylenesorbitan. This can be used a mixture of more than one polyoxyethylenesorbitan, where preferably the total number of all polyoxyethylenesorbitan present in the composition of surface-active substances, defined above.

Polysiloxane surfactants can be combined with any of these surfactants. In one of the embodiments of the invention polysiloxane is ormula (59) combine with alkyldiphenylamine, having the formula:

where each R independently represents hydrocarbon having from 1 to about 30 carbon atoms (preferably 6 to 10 carbon atoms), each n independently represent 0 or 1, each M+is agricultural acceptable cation, and each n independently represent 0 or 1, provided that the surfactant includes at least one sulphonate group. The specified cation may be ammonium (including alkylamino and hydroxyethylammonium), alkaline metal, alkaline earth metal or hydrogen. Such combinations of surfactants typically include about 5-55 wt.% polysiloxane surfactant and about 45-95% by weight diphenylacetylene, and they are described in EP 1064844. Commercially available diphenylacetonitrile are alkyldiphenylamine sodium, commercially available under the trademark DOWFAXTMand delivered by the company Dow Chemical.

Organofluorine wetting agents that can be used in the present invention, are organic molecules represented by the formula

where Rfis perifericheskie radical, and G represents a group that contains at least one of hydrofil the ing group, such as cationogenic, anionic, nonionic or amphoteric group. Rfrepresents a fluorinated monovalent aliphatic organic radical containing at least four carbon atoms. Preferably Rfis saturated perforations monovalent organic radical. However, the main circuit can be hydrogen or chlorine as substituents. Although radicals containing a large number of carbon atoms can act adequately, however, compounds containing not more than about 20 carbon atoms, are preferred, since large radicals usually do not enable efficient use of fluoride, how can it be implemented in the case of shorter main circuits. Preferably Rfcontains approximately 5-14 carbon atoms.

Cationogenic groups, which are used in organofluorine wetting agents used in the present invention may include amine cationogenic group or cationogenic group of Quaternary ammonium. Such cationic hydrophilic amine groups and Quaternary ammonium group can have formulas such as NH2, Other2, -N(R2)2, -(NH3)X, -(NH2R2)X, -(NH(R2)2X) or-N(R2)3X), where X represents an anionic against the ion, such as halide, hydroxide, sulfate, bisulfate, acetate, or carboxylate, and each R2independently represents C1-18alkyl group. Preferably X represents a halide, a hydroxide or bisulfate. Preferably cationogenic organofluorine wetting agents used in the present invention contain hydrophilic groups, which are cationogenic group of Quaternary ammonium. Anionic groups that can be used in organofluorine wetting agents used in the present invention, include groups that through ionization can be anionic radicals. These anionic groups can have formulas such as-SOOMA, -SO3M, -OSO3M, RHO3M2, RHO3NM-ORO3M2or ORO3NM, where M is H, alkali metal ion, (NR14)+or (SR14)+where each R1independently represents H or substituted or unsubstituted With1-C6alkyl. Preferably M is Na+or+. Preferred anionic groups organofluorine wetting agents used in the present invention, have the formula-SOOMA or-SO3M

Amphoteric groups, which can be used in fororange the fir wetting agents, used in the present invention are groups containing at least one cationic group that is defined above, and at least one anionic group that is defined above. Other suitable amphoteric groups are amine oxides.

Non-ionic groups, which can be used in organofluorine wetting agents used in the present invention, represent groups that are hydrophilic, but which at the pH commonly used in agricultural practice, not ionized. Nonionic groups can have formulas such as- (CH2CH2)XN, where x is greater than 0, and preferably equal to 1-30, -SO2NH2, -SO2NHCH2CH2IT, -SO2N(CH2CH2OH)2, -CONH2, -CONHCH2CH2HE or-ON(CH2CH2OH)2.

Used here cationogenic organofluorine wetting agents are cationogenic fluorine-containing chemical compounds described, for example, in U.S. patent No. 2764602, 2764603, 3147064, and 4069158. Used here amphoteric fluorine-organic wetting agents are amphoteric fluorine-containing chemical substances are described, for example, in U.S. patents№№ 2764602, 4042522, 4069158, 4069244, 4090967, 4161590 and 4161602. Used here anionic organofluorine Simachev the sponding agents are anionic fluorinated chemicals, described, for example, in U.S. patent No. 2803656, 3255131, 3450755 and 4090967. Detailed description of the above patents is hereby incorporated into this description by reference.

Several organofluorine wetting agents that may be used in the present invention, are commercially available (3M) under the trademark Fluorad from 3M. Such agents are anionic agents Fluorad FC-120, Fluorad FC-129 and Fluorad FC-99, cationogenic agent Fluorad FC-750 and nonionic agents Fluorad FC-170C, Fluorad FC-171 and Fluorad FC-430.

Representative surface active agents of the above type is described in U.S. patent No. 5703015, 5750468 and 5389598, which in its entirety are introduced in the present description by reference.

Surfactant component of the compositions of the present invention may, but need not, contain glycol or an ester of a glycol of the formula:

where R4in each of the groups x(R4A) independently represents a straight or branched C2-6alkylenes group, x is equal to from 1 to about 4, and R5represents hydrogen or C1-4hydrocarbonous group. Consider the glycols or esters of glycols include, but are not limited to, monoethylene glycol, diethylene glycol, propylene glycol, or their methyl, ethyl, n-propyl, butyl or tert-butyl esters, dipropyl the glycol or methyl, ethyl, n-propyl, n-butyl or tert-butyl esters, tripropyleneglycol, its methyl, ethyl, n-propyl, n-butyl or tert-butyl esters, 1,3-butanediol, 1,4-butanediol, 2-methyl-1,3-propandiol, 2,2-dimethyl-1,3-propandiol, 2-methyl-1,3-pentanediol and 2-methyl-2,4-pentanediol.

Can also be used and other nonionic surfactants, including, but not limited to, block copolymers of polyoxyethylene-polyoxypropylene and alkylpolyglucoside. If necessary, it can also be used cationogenic, anionic or amphoteric surfactants.

In one of the embodiments of the invention are specified herbicide compositions include at least one nonionic surfactant and at least one cationogenic surfactant, such as described here surfactants. Such combinations of surfactants are described in U.S. patent No. 5998332, which is included in the present description by reference.

Other cationogenic surfactants that can be used in herbicide compositions of the present invention are surfactants described in U.S. patents№№ 5563111, 5622911, 5849663, 5863909, 5985794, 6030923 and 6093679 that are entered into this the General description by reference.

Composition of surface-active substances are usually for mixing with the water-soluble herbicide composition. Preferably, this composition of surface-active substances, in essence, did not contain water.

The composition of the surfactants of the present invention includes any combination of the surfactants described above. This composition of surfactants is particularly preferred to obtain drugs or concentrates containing potassium, diammonium, ammonium, sodium, monoethanolamine, n-Propylamine, metilenovuju, ethylamino, hexamethylendiamine, dimethylamino and/or trimethylsulfonium salt of glyphosate.

The density of any glyphosate containing compositions of the present invention is preferably at least 1,050 grams/liter, and more preferably at least about 1,055, 1,060, 1,065, 1,070, 1,075, 1,080, 1,085, 1,090, 1,095 1,100, 1,105, 1,110, 1,115, 1,120, 1,125, 1,130, 1,135, 1,140, 1,145, 1,150, 1,155, 1,160, 1,165, 1,170, 1,175, 1,180, 1,185, 1,190, 1,195, 1,200, 1,205, 1,210, 1,215, 1,220, 1,225, 1,230, 1,235, 1,240, 1,245, 1,250, 1,255, 1,260, 1,265, 1,270, 1,275, 1,280, 1,285, 1,290, 1,295, 1,300, 1,305, 1,310, 1,315, 1,320, 1,325, 1,330, 1,335, 1,340, 1,345, 1,350, 1,355, 1,360, 1,365, 1,370, 1,375, 1,380, 1,385, 1,390, 1,395, 1,400, 1,405, 1,410, 1,415, 1,420, 1,425, 1,430, 1,435, 1,440, 1,445 or 1,450 grams/liter.

To improve certain properties of the compositions of the present invention in which the composition can be introduced and other additives, adjuvants or ingredients. Although the composition of the present invention mainly have good stability and viscosity without adding any other additives, however, adding a solubilizer (also commonly referred to as amplifier or regulator temperature turbidity) can significantly improve the properties of the compositions of the present invention. Suitable solubilization, which can be used in the new compositions of this invention are, for example, cocoamine (Armeen C), dimethylcarbamyl (Arquad DMCD), chloride of cocoamine (Arquad C), PEG(2)-cocoamine (Ethomeen C12) and PEG(5)-cocoamine (Ethomeen C15), all of which are manufactured by the company Akzo Nobel (California).

In addition, it was found that the Appendix C4-C16alkyl - or arylamino compounds or the corresponding Quaternary ammonium compounds greatly increases the compatibility of some salts of glyphosate (e.g., potassium or Isopropylamine salt) with surface-active substances, which to a greater or lesser extent, have low compatibility or almost do not have this compatibility at a certain loading of glyphosate. Suitable stabilizers are the primary, secondary, or tertiary4-C16alkyl - or arylamino connection, or the corresponding Quaternary ammonium with the unity. Such stabilizers significantly increase the compatibility of some salts of glyphosate (e.g., potassium or Isopropylamine salt) with surface-active substances, which to a greater or lesser extent, have low compatibility or almost do not have this compatibility at a certain loading of glyphosate. Suitable alkyl - or arylamine compounds can also contain from about 0 to 52-C4alkalinising groups, and preferably ethyleneoxide groups. Preferred alkylamine compounds include6-C12the bonds alkylamines having from 0 to 2 ethyleneoxide groups. Similarly epilohmannia compounds having from 4 to 12 carbon atoms and from 0 to about 5 ethyleneoxide groups, as well as the corresponding Quaternary ammonium compounds also increase the compatibility of these compositions.

In one of the embodiments of the invention the compounds that increase the compatibility of such surfactants are the salts of amines or Quaternary ammonium compounds having the formulas:

or

or

or

where R1is a straight or branched alkyl group having primer is from 4 to 16 carbon atoms, R2represents hydrogen, methyl, ethyl, or -(CH2CH2O)xN, R3represents hydrogen, methyl, ethyl, or -(CH2CH2O)yN, where the sum of x and y does not exceed about 5; R4represents hydrogen or methyl; R6in each group n(R6A) independently represents C2-C4alkylene; R5is hydrocarbide or substituted hydrocarbide having from 2 to about 6 carbon atoms; and-is agricultural acceptable anion.

The present invention also relates to a method for destroying or controlling the growth of weeds or undesirable plants, including the stage of dilution of liquid concentrate in a suitable amount of water with the formation of reservoires mixture and applying herbicide effective amount of the tank mix in the leaves of the weeds or unwanted plants. Similarly, the present invention relates to a method for killing or controlling the growth of weeds or undesirable plants, including the stage of cultivation consisting of particles concentrate in a suitable amount of water with the formation of reservoires mixture and applying herbicide effective amount of the tank mix in the leaves of the weeds or unwanted plants.

In the method of use of the herbicide composition of the present invented what I specified the composition is diluted in a suitable volume of water to obtain a solution for drawing, which is then applied to the leaves of the plant or plants at a rate sufficient to achieve the desired herbicide effect. The rate is usually expressed as the number of glyphosate per unit area treated, for example in grams of acid equivalent of glyphosate per hectare (g ke/ha). The concept of "the right herbicide effect" usually or illustrative means, at least 85%destruction of plants of this species, which is measured by the slowdown in the growth of plants or their death after a certain period of time during which this glyphosate exerts its full herbicide or fetotoksicheskoe effect on the treated plants. Depending on the plant species and growth conditions this period may be only one week, but usually it is two weeks necessary for the full realization of the effect of glyphosate.

The selection of application rates that are herbicide effective for the composition of the present invention may be implemented by any specialist Agrotehnika. For each expert obviously, the degree of herbicide efficiency achieved in the implementation of the present invention will depend on the performance of individual plants, the weather and the conditions of their growth, and also specifically used the active ingredients and their mass balance is placed in the composition. With regard to the use glyphosate compositions, in the literature there is a lot of information about appropriate standards of making these compositions. Over the past two decades the use of glyphosate and research on their application that has been published, has accumulated a vast amount of information from which can be selected suitable application rate of glyphosate, providing herbicide-effective action on specific species of plants at certain stages of their growth in a particular environment.

Herbicide compositions of glyphosate are used to destroy a wide range of weeds found throughout the world, and, obviously, in this regard, the potassium salt is not different from other salts of glyphosate.

Examples of particularly important annual dicotyledonous plants, against which can be used in the composition of the present invention, include, but are not limited to, canetic Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti), amaranth (Amaranthus spp.), burdock (Borreria spp.), turnips, canola, Indian mustard, etc. (Brassica spp.), commelina (Commelina spp.), istnick colotomy (Erodium spp.), the annual sunflower (Helianthus spp.), morning glory (Ipomoea spp.), Kochia or bunch (Kochia scoparia), mallow (Malva spp.), Highlander vjunkovye, Highlander pepper, etc. (Polygonum spp.), purslane (Portulaca spp.), the Russian Thistle (Salsola spp.), breast prickly Sida spp.), mustard b is barking (Sinapis arvensis) and cocklebur (Xanthium spp.).

Particularly important annual monocotyledonous plants, against which can be used in the composition of the present invention, include, but are not limited to, wild oat (Avena fatua), axonopus (Axonopus spp.), the fire roofing (Bromus tectorum), weed blood (Digitaria spp.), plushie millet (Echinochloa crus-galli), Elefsina Indian (Eleusine indica), cocklebur hard (Lolium Polygonum), rice (Oryza sativa), ottola (Ottochloa nodosa), paspalum (Paspalum notatum), reed Canary grass Canary (Phalaris spp.), Alopecurus (Setaria spp.), the awned wheat (Triticum aestivum) and maize (Zea mays).

Particularly important perennial dicotyledonous plants, against which can be used in the composition of the present invention, include, but are not limited to, sagebrush (Artemisia spp.), walochnik (Asclepias spp.), the Thistle field (Cirsium arvense), field bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis) and Pueraria hairy (Pueraria spp.).

Particularly important perennial monocotyledonous plants, against which can be used in the composition of the present invention, include, but are not limited to, vitenka (Brachiaria spp.), cynodon dactylon (Cynodon dactylon), Cyperus edible (Cyperus esculentis), Cyperus round (C.rotundus), quack grass (Elymus repens), Imperata cylindrical (Imperata cylindrica), perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne), the large millet (Panicum maximum), paspalum advanced (Paspalum dilatatum), reed (Phragmites spp.), wild sorghum (Sorghum halepense) and logos broadleaf (Typha spp.).

Friends is especially important perennial plants, to combat which can be used in the composition of the present invention, include, but are not limited to, horsetail (Equisetum spp.), bracken ordinary (Pteridium aquilinum), BlackBerry (Rubus spp.) and ulex European (Ulex europaeus).

If necessary, to obtain a composition intended for application, the user can mix one or more adjuvants with the composition of the present invention and with water for dilution. Such adjuvants may include additional surfactants and/or inorganic salts such as ammonium sulfate to further improve hercynides efficiency. However in almost all conditions herbicide method of the present invention gives acceptable performance in the absence of such adjuvants.

In exactly this way of applying the compositions of the present invention after dilution of the composition in water this composition is applied to the leaves of cultivated plants that have been genetically transformed or selected as resistant to glyphosate, and at the same time the leaves of the weeds or unwanted plants growing in the immediate vicinity of such crops. This method of application allows you to destroy the weeds or unwanted plants, mostly without damaging the plants. Cultivated plants that have been genetically the key transformed or selected as resistant to glyphosate, are plants the seeds sold by Monsanto Company or with permission from Monsanto Company under the trademark Roundup Ready®. Such plants include, but are not limited to, various types of cotton, soy, canola, sugar beet, wheat and corn.

Composition for treatment of plants can be obtained by simple dilution of the composition concentrate of the present invention in water. The coating composition for treatment of plants on the leaves of plants preferably carried out by spraying, using any standard means for spraying liquids, such as spray nozzles, sprayers or other Compositions of the present invention can be used in precision farming methods, which uses the apparatus for varying the quantity of pesticide applied to other areas of the field, depending on such factors as the particular type of plant, soil, etc. In one embodiment, such methods for applying the desired number of compositions on various parts of the field can be used in a global system of regulation, acting jointly with the sprayer.

Preferably before applying to the plant, the composition should be diluted sufficiently so that it was easy n what to wear using standard agricultural equipment for spraying. In accordance with the present invention the preferred application rate can vary depending on a number of factors, including the type and concentration of the active ingredient and type of plants. Appropriate standards for the application of aqueous compositions on leaves in the field can be in the range of about 25 to 1000 liters per hectare (l/ha) when applied by spraying. The preferred standards for the application of aqueous solutions are in the range of about 50 to 300 l/ha

Many exogenous chemicals (including glyphosate herbicide) must be absorbed by living tissues of plants and move in the plant producing the desired biological (e.g., herbicide) effect. Thus, it is very important to apply a herbicide composition so that it does not lead to excessive damage and too fast to interrupt the normal functioning of the local tissues of the plant, as this may impede further movement of the herbicide into the tissue. However, some limited degree of local damage may not be important or may even be desirable from the point of view of its influence on the biological efficacy of some exogenous chemical substances.

A large number of compositions of the present invention is illustrated in the examples, Pref is given below. Many compositions glyphosate concentrate had sufficient herbicide efficacy when tested in greenhouses that can serve as a basis for further testing in the field for weed control a wide range under different treatment conditions.

Definition

Used herein, the terms "hydrocarbon" and "hydrocarbon" means organic compounds or radicals consisting exclusively of the elements such as carbon and hydrogen. These radicals are alkyl, alkeline, alkyline and aryl radicals. Such radicals are alkyl, alkeline, alkyline and aryl radicals, substituted with other aliphatic or cyclic hydrocarbon groups such as alkaryl, alkenyl and alkylaryl. Unless specifically indicated, these radicals preferably contain from 1 to 30 carbon atoms.

Used herein, the term "hydrocarbide" means radicals, which are connected at their two ends with other radicals of organic compounds consisting exclusively of elements such as carbon and hydrogen. These radicals are alkylene, alkenylamine, akinleye and allenbyi radicals. These radicals are alkyl, alkeline, alkyline and aryl radicals, substituted by other aliphati the definition or cyclic hydrocarbon groups, such as alkaryl, alkenyl and alkylaryl. If it is not specifically mentioned, these radicals preferably contain from 1 to 30 carbon atoms.

Used herein, the term "substituted gidrolabilna radicals" means gidrolabilna radicals, which is substituted by at least one atom that is not carbon, including radicals in which the carbon atom chain is substituted by a heteroatom such as nitrogen atom, oxygen, silicon, phosphorus, boron, sulfur, or halogen. Such substituents are halogen, heterocycle, alkoxy, alkenone, alkyloxy, aryloxy, hydroxy, protected hydroxy, ketal, acyl, acyloxy, nitro, amino, amido, cyano, thiol, acetal, sulfoxide, ester, complex tiefer, a simple ester, a simple tiefer, hydroxyalkyl, urea, guanidine, amicin, phosphate, amine oxide, Quaternary ammonium salt.

Used herein, the term "substituted hydrocarbonate radicals" means hydrocarbonate radicals, which is substituted by at least one atom that is not carbon, including radicals in which the carbon atom chain is substituted by a heteroatom such as nitrogen atom, oxygen, silicon, phosphorus, boron, sulfur, or halogen. Such substituents are halogen, heterocycle, alkoxy, alkenone, alkyloxy, aryloxy, hydroxy, protected hydroxy, ketal, acyl, acyloxy, nitro, amino, AMI is about, cyano, thiol, acetal, sulfoxide, ester, complex tiefer, a simple ester, a simple tiefer, hydroxyalkyl, urea, guanidine, amicin, phosphate, amine oxide, Quaternary ammonium salt.

If this is not specified, then the described alkyl groups preferably are lower alkyl containing from one to 18 carbon atoms in the principal chain and up to 30 carbon atoms. They can be straight or branched or cyclic, and represent methyl, ethyl, propyl, isopropyl, n-butyl, isobutyl, hexyl, 2-ethylhexyl, etc.

If this is not specified, then the described alkeneamine groups preferably represent lower alkenyl containing from one to 18 carbon atoms in the principal chain and up to 30 carbon atoms. They can be straight or branched or cyclic and represent ethynyl, propenyl, Isopropenyl, butenyl, Isobutanol, hexanol etc.

If this is not specified, then the described alkyline groups preferably represent lower quinil containing from one to 18 carbon atoms in the principal chain and up to 30 carbon atoms. They can be straight or branched and be atenil, PROPYNYL, butynyl, Isobutanol, hexenyl etc.

The term "aryl"used alone or as part of another group, means neo is Astelin substituted homozygotes aromatic group, preferably monocyclic or bicyclic groups containing from 6 to 12 carbon atoms in the ring portion, such as phenyl, biphenyl, naphthyl, substituted phenyl, substituted biphenyl or substituted naphthyl. The preferred Allami are phenyl and substituted phenyl.

Used herein, the term "aralkyl" means a group containing both alkyl and aryl structures, such as benzyl.

Used here is alkyl, alkeline, alkyline, aryl and kalkilya group may be substituted by at least one atom that is not carbon, including groups in which the atom carbon chain substituted by a heteroatom such as nitrogen atom, oxygen, silicon, phosphorus, boron, sulfur, or halogen. Such substituents are hydroxy, nitro, amino, amido, cyano, sulfoxide, thiol, complex tiefer, simple thioether, ester and simple ether, or any other Deputy, which can improve the compatibility of surfactants and/or to enhance its effectiveness in the composition of the potassium salt of glyphosate, without negative impact on the stability of specified composition during storage.

Used herein, the terms "halogen" or "halogen", taken separately or as part of another group, means the atoms of chlorine, bromine, fluorine and iodine. In connection surfactant is of exist most preferred are fluorine substituents.

Unless specifically indicated, the term "hydroxyalkyl" means an alkyl group substituted by at least one hydroxy-group, and these groups are bis(hydroxyalkyl)alkyl, Tris(hydroxyalkyl)alkyl, and poly(hydroxyalkyl)alkyl. Preferred hydroxyalkyl groups are hydroxymethyl (CH2IT), hydroxyethyl (C2H4HE), bis(hydroxymethyl)methyl (-CH(CH2OH)2) and Tris(hydroxymethyl)methyl (-C(CH2OH)3).

The term "cyclic"as used here in relation to a particular group or part of another group, refers to a group having at least one closed loop, and such groups are alicyclic, aromatic (arene) and heterocyclic group.

The terms "heterocycle" or "heterocyclyl"used herein alone or as part of another group denote optionally substituted, fully saturated or unsaturated monocyclic or bicyclic aromatic or non-aromatic group having at least one heteroatom, at least one ring, and preferably 5 or 6 atoms in each ring. Heterostropha preferably has 1 or 2 oxygen atoms, 1 or 2 sulfur atom and/or 1 to 4 nitrogen atom in the ring, and may be associated with the rest of the molecule through a carbon atom or heteroatom. Examples g is erotiklarp are heteroaromatic group, such as furyl, thienyl, pyridyl, oxazolyl, pyrrolyl, indolyl, chinoline or ethenolysis, etc. and non-aromatic heterocyclic group, such as tetrahydrofuryl, tetrahydrothieno, piperidinyl, pyrrolidine and the like, Examples of the substituents are one or more of the following groups: hydrocarbon, substituted hydrocarbon, keto, hydroxy, protected hydroxy, acyl, acyloxy, alkoxy, alkenone, alkyloxy, aryloxy, halogen, amido, amino, nitro, cyano, thiol, complex tiefer, simple tiefer, ketal, acetal, ester and simple ether.

The term "heteroaromatic"used herein alone or as part of another group, refers to optionally substituted aromatic groups having at least one heteroatom, at least one ring, and preferably 5 or 6 atoms in each ring. Heteroaromatic group preferably has 1 or 2 oxygen atoms, 1 or 2 sulfur atom and/or 1 to 4 nitrogen atom in the ring, and may be associated with the rest of the molecule through a carbon atom or heteroatom. Examples of heteroaromatic groups are furyl, thienyl, pyridyl, oxazolyl, pyrrolyl, indolyl, chinoline or ethenolysis and the like, Examples of the substituents is one or more of the following groups: hydrocarbon, substituted hydrocarbon, keto, hydroxy, protected hydroxy, acyl, ACI is hydroxy, alkoxy, alkenone, alkyloxy, aryloxy, halogen, amido, amino, nitro, cyano, thiol, complex tiefer, simple tiefer, ketal, acetal, ester and simple ether.

The term "acyl"used herein alone or as part of another group, means a group formed by removing a hydroxyl group from the group-COOH of an organic carboxylic acid, such as RC(O)-, where R represents R1, R1O-, R1R2N-, or R1S, R1is hydrocarbon, heterothermy hydrocarbon or heterocycle, and R2represents hydrogen, hydrocarbon or substituted hydrocarbon.

The term "acyloxy"used herein alone or as part of another group, denotes an acyl group as described above and associated oxygen linkage (-O-), for example, RC(O)O-, where R is the same as it was defined in the description of the term "acyl".

If the description of the structural elements, such as oxyethylene links or glucose units, using the concept of maximum or minimum "average number"for each specialist obviously, this concept means that an integer number of such units in a separate molecules of the drug surfactants are expected to vary, which may include integers, which is higher than the maximum or lower than the minimum "average number". The Pris is due to the composition of individual molecules of surface-active substances, having an integer number of such units that are outside the established range for "average number", does not exclude this song from the scope of the present invention provided that "the average number is within a specified range and satisfies other requirements.

The term "stable storage", referring to the liquid concentrate of the present invention, means that the concentrate is not subject to separation under the influence of temperature up to about 50°within 14-28 days, and preferably in the concentrate is not formed crystals of glyphosate or its salt at a temperature of approximately 0°C for about 7 days (i.e., the composition should have a crystallization temperature 0°or lower). For concentrates, aqueous solutions on the storage stability at high temperatures often indicates the cloud point, at approximately 50°C or higher. To determine the cloud point of the composition this composition is usually heated to until the solution becomes turbid, and then left under stirring for cooling, while continuous monitoring its temperature. For turbidity take the temperature, which is recorded at the moment when the solution starts to become transparent. The cloud point p and 50° With or above is usually considered as temperature, acceptable for most commercial applications of the composition concentrate of an aqueous solution of glyphosate. In the ideal case, the cloud point should be 60°s or greater, and the composition should maintain its stability at a temperature of at least about -10°C for about 7 days without crystal growth even in the presence of nuclei of crystallization of salts of glyphosate.

Used herein, the term "surfactant" means adjuvants wide range, which can be added to herbicide glyphosate composition to enhance herbicide activity compared with the activity of salts of glyphosate in the absence of an adjuvant, as well as to increase stability, improve the technological properties or other desirable properties of the solution regardless of whether such adjuvant more traditional definition of "surfactants".

EXAMPLES

The following examples are only for illustrative purposes and should not be construed as limiting the scope of the invention. These examples allow us to better understand the present invention, its advantages, and some variations in its implementation.

Sprayable compositions described in the present examples, in addition to the above support the additional ingredients contain exogenous chemicals, such as potassium salt of glyphosate. The amount of the exogenous chemical is chosen to provide the desired consumption rate in grams per hectare (g/ha) at its introduction in volume spraying 93 l/ha For each composition was used several application rate of exogenous chemicals. For example, if it is not specifically mentioned, when testing compositions for spraying the concentration of exogenous chemicals varied in direct proportion to the rate of introduction of exogenous chemical, and the concentration of auxiliary ingredients remained constant for all different used application rate of chemical.

The composition of the concentrate was tested by dilution, dissolution or dispersion in water to form compositions for spraying. In these compositions for spraying obtained from concentrates, the concentration of auxiliary ingredients varied depending on the concentration of exogenous chemical.

The following examples illustrate the present invention, describes the tests that were conducted in the greenhouse and field conditions to evaluate the relative herbicide effectiveness glyphosate compositions. In these examples, unless otherwise specified particularly, the described tests conducted in greenhouses. Compositions used for comparison are described below:

TrackMedication
Roundup® UltraRoundup® Ultra (dry)
Composition 5701570 g/l IPA salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution without the addition of surfactants
Composition C391 g ke/l of potassium salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution together with monoethoxylate Amin as surfactants
Composition 360I360 g ke/l IPA salt of glyphosate in water
the solution with surfactants described in U.S. patent No. 5652197
Composition 480I480 g ke/l IPA salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution together with the ethoxylated afieromeno as surfactants
Composition 450IS450 g ke/l IPA salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution together with the ethoxylated afieromeno as surfactants described in U.S. patent No. 5750468
Composition C487 g ke/l of potassium salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution together with 65 g/l of alkoxylate Zetec(PO)(EO)alcohol, 97 g/l ethoxylated (EO) tallowamine and 85 g/l n-octylamine
Composition 41I41 wt.% The IPA salt of glyphosate in aq is m solution together ester of phosphoric acid and tallowamine as surfactants. This drug is marketed by the company Monsanto Company under the trademark Roundup® Ultra
Ultramax dryRoundup® UltraMax (dry)
Composition AMM GLY1SAmmonium salt of glyphosate (solid) with the ethoxylated tallowamine as surfactants
Composition C540 g ke/l of potassium salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution together with afroamerican surface-active substance
Composition 360I360 g ke/l IPA salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution together with 111 g/l ethoxylated surface active substance on the basis of tallowamine with EO, 74 g/l of cetyl ether of polyoxyethylene-AA and 12 g/l of miristildimetilaminoksid
Composition C725 g ke/l of potassium salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution without the addition of surfactants
Composition 540 KS540 g ke/l of potassium salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution together with 135 g/l ethoxylated afieromeno surfactants (M)
Composition 450I450 g ke/l IPA salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution together with 168 g/l of ether phosphoric acid and diapir phosphoric acid as surfactants, as described in U.S. patent No. 5703015
Composition AMM GLY1S91% of the ammonium salt of glyphosate (solid)
Composition IPA (dry)IPA-glyphosate (dry)
Roundup® UltraMax50 wt.% (455 g ke) of the IPA salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution together with surface-active substance, supplied by the company Monsanto Company under the trademark Roundup® UltraMax
Composition C472 g ke/l of potassium salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution together with 117 g/l cocoamine-5 EE, 52 g/l isostearyl alcohol(EO) and 13 g/l cocoamine
Composition TD IQThe drug Touchdown IQ®, which is an aqueous concentrate containing 28 wt.% ke diammonium salt of glyphosate and 8 wt.% alkylpolyglucoside surfactants
Composition AMM GLY3SThe dry product containing 72% of the ammonium salt of glyphosate and 21% ethoxylated (20 EO) tallowamine
Composition IPA - GLYAn aqueous solution of IPA glyphosate, containing16-C18-ethoxylate alcohol (EO), ethoxylated (15 EO)-talonen, cocamidopropylbetaine
and tetrabutylammonium hydroxide
Composition AThe dry product containing 65 wt.% ammonium salt of glyphosate and 14 wt.% surface-active is about substance, containing chloride ethoxylated (EO) dimethylammonio tall fat and16-C18-ethoxylate alcohol (EO)
Composition 460I46% IPA salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution without the addition of surfactants
Composition C47.9 per cent of the potassium salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution without the addition of surfactants
Composition 540KS40% of the potassium salt of glyphosate in aqueous solution with 6% of ethoxylate tallowamine (10,5 EA), 5% ethoxylated cocoamine (EO) and 0.6% citric acid

In the above compositions were used various additives. They can be identified in the following table:

S53td align="center"> Exxon
MedicationTrademarkManufacturerChemical description
S1M-TE-2TomahWith14-C15alkyl-(EO)13-dimethylpropylene
S2MEAAMonsantoC18NMe(EO)5.9H
S3MEAAMonsantoC18NMe(EO)11H
S4MEAAMonsantoC18NMe(EO)7.5H
S5Ethomeen C12Akzo Ethoxylated cocoamine AA
S6TERTomahWith14-C15(EO)10-Propylamine
S7T45E18DATomahWith14-C15(EO)13-propertiesin
S8MEAAMonsantoC18NMe(EO)9,5H
S9MEAAMonsantoC18NMe(EO)11,1H
S10ERTomahEthoxylated (20 EO) cetyl/stearylamine
S11ERTomahEthoxylated (10 EA) cetyl/stearylamine
S12Witcamine 405WitcoPEG(5)-talonen
S13ERTomahEthoxylated (15 EO) cetyl/stearylamine
S14Arquad 12-37WAkzoChloride of dodecyltrimethylammonium
S15The mixture cationogenic tallowamine and esters of phosphoric acid, described in U.S. patent No. 5703015
S161816E10DATomahEthoxylated (10 EA) cetyl/steroidproduction
S17TER TomahWith14-15On(PO)3(EO)10-Propylamine
S18Armeen DMCDAkzoN,N-dimethylcarbamyl
S19Ethomeen C15AkzoEthoxylated kakanin (5)EA
S20Ethomeen C25AkzoEthoxylated kakanin (25)EA
S21With-6122WitcoA mixture of Coco-EO-kwata and branched PEG(7)-C12-15-alcohol :
S22Witconol IS 100WitcoPEG(EA)-ISO-From18-alcohol :
S23Witcamine 305WitcoPEG(EA)cocoamine
S24ArmeenAkzoCoco(C12-C18unsaturated primary amine
S25Phos A-100LambentPhosphate ester of ethoxylated silicone
S26Phos A-150LambentPhosphate ester of ethoxylated silicone
S27Phos A-200LambentPhosphate ester of ethoxylated silicone
S28Amine PDLambentExtensive siliconen
S29Quat 400 M LambentSiliconbeat
S30M-T25E9-2TomahWith12-15PEG(EA)dimethylethylamine
S31Neodol 1-9ShellPEG-9-C11-alcohol :
S32APG 2067Cognis(straight alkyl)polyglucoside
S33Tryfac 5560-A TDA-6CognisEther PEG-6-isotretinoina acid
S34AV 01/37-2ClariantMonoethoxylate(EO) tallamy
S35AV 01/37-3ClariantMonoethoxylate(EO) tallamy
S36E-14-2Tomahbis-(2-hydroxyethyl)isodecyloxypropylamine
S37E-17-2Tomahbis-(2-hydroxyethyl)istraditionally
S38E-19-2Tomahbis-(2-hydroxyethyl)(direct alkyloxyaryl)Amin
S39E-14-5Tomahpoly(5)oxyethylenenitrilo-Propylamine
S40M-1618-E15 motorway-2TomahWith16-18O(EO)15-dimethylpropylene
S415595-120AWitco With12ORO3(EA)5
S42Arosurf 66 E10GoldschmidtPEG-10-isostearoyl ether
S43NAWitco/

Crompton
Coconut 2 EA
S43Varonic K205GoldschmidtPolyoxyethylene(5)-cocoamine
S44Silwet L-77Witco/

Crompton
Heptamethylnonane EO methyl ether
S45M-45P3E10-2TomahWith14-15On(PO)3(EO)10-dimethylpropylene
S46T1415E18DATomahPEG-18-C14-15episodereally
S47APG 2069CognisAlkylpolyglucoside
S48AG 6202Akzo NobelAlkylpolyglucoside
S49AV 01/37-3ClariantEthoxylate(EO) tallowamine
S50Hetoxol CS20Global 7Ethoxylate With16-18-alcohol-EA
S51MEAA 13MonsantoMonoethoxylate alkylamine:18H37NMe(EO)N
S521816P5E15PATomahWith16-18populationin (RO)(EO)
HDTMHSigmaThe hydroxide of hexadecyltrimethylammonium
S54HDTMBrAldrichBromide of hexadecyltrimethylammonium
S551816P5E15DATomahWith16-18firedeamon (RO)(EO)
S56M-TE-2TomahWith12-15(EO)dimethylethylamine
S57M-RE-2TomahWith9-11dimethylethylamine (3RO)(EO)
S5891P3E10DATomahWith9-11(3RO)(EO)firedeamon
S59VTANAidrichHydroxide designed
S60BTACIAidrichChloride designed
S61Neodol 23-5ShellWith12-15-ethoxylated (EO)alcohol
S62Mackine 101MclntyreCocamidopropylbetaine
S63Hetoxol CAWGlobal 7Alkoxylate16-alcohol(PO)(EO)
S64SERTomahWith9-11-alkoxycarbonyl Propylamine, (PO)(EO)
S65 Surfonic™ AGM-550HuntsmanWith12-14alkoxycarbonyl(1)Propylamine-(EO)ethoxylate
S66M-1816E15-2TomahWith16-18-PEG-15(EO)dimethylethylamine
S67PF 8000WitcoEthoxylated ether phosphoric acid
S68TANSigmaTetrabutylammonium hydroxide
S69AV 01/63-3ClariantEthoxylate tallowamine (EO)
S70Ethomeen T25AkzoEthoxylated (15) alkylsilanes
S71NAWitcoEthoxylate With16-18alcohol (EO)
S72Surfonic L68-20XHuntsmanEthoxylate With16-18alcohol (EO)
S73Hetoxol CAW8Global 7Alkoxylate16alcohol (PO5)(EO)
Set S74Agnique DF 6889CognisProtivovspenivayushchie silicone compound
S75FloMo 1407Witco/

Crompton
Ethoxylated (EO) alkylsilanes
Set s76Surfonic T-15HuntsmanPEG-talonen
S77 Witcamine Tam 150WitcoPEG-talonen
S78AV 01/63-2ClariantMonoethoxylate (EO) tallamy
S79AGM 550HuntsmanPEG-5-epitonin
S80AV 01/96-2ClariantMonoethoxylate cocoamine (EO)
S81AV 01/275-2ClariantMonoethoxylate stearylamine (EO)
S825595-125VWitcoEthoxylate With12-14alcohol (1,A)(EA)
S83Witcamine THERE 105WitcoEthoxylate tallowamine (10,AA)
S84Ethoquad T25Akzo NobelEthoxylated (15 EO)-chloride Quaternary ammonium tall fat
S85Brij 56SigmaEthoxylate of stearyl alcohol (10 EO)
S86Emulgin LCognisSitereport(RO)-ethoxylate (EO)
S87NASigmaTetrahydrofuranyl alcohol
S88Ammonyx SC 1485AlbemarieThe oxide miristildimetilaminoksid
S89Isopar LParaffin oil
S90AV 01/271-2Monoethoxylate (EO) tallamy
S91Chloride of cocodimethylamine

For the testing described in the examples of compositions in order to determine their effectiveness were used the following methods, if it is not specifically mentioned.

Plant seeds of this species were sown in the 85-mm square pots in a soil mix that was previously sterilized by steam and which were pre-made fertilizer 14-14-14 NPK fertilizer with a slow release at a rate of flow with a speed of 3.6 kg/m3. These pots were placed in a greenhouse under conditions of sub-surface irrigation. Approximately one week after germination the seedlings were thinned out, if it was necessary, including the removal of any unhealthy or abnormal plants, to create a uniform series of vegetation test vessels.

Throughout the test plants were kept in the greenhouse, which was covered by at least 14 hours a day. If natural light was not enough to maintain the required daily amount of lighting to eliminate the deficit of light used artificial lighting with an intensity of approximately 475 km microe is nstein. The temperature is not precisely regulated, but the average daily temperature was approximately 27°C and night temperature was about 18°C. To ensure adequate levels of soil moisture, the plants were subjected to subsurface irrigation throughout the experiment.

The pots used for different treatments in a randomized experiment, with 6 repetitions of the experiments. One series of pots was not subjected to the treatment, and she served as a control for subsequent comparison and evaluation of the effects of treatments.

Making glyphosate compositions may be effected by spraying with a machine for destroying weeds (sprayer), equipped with a nozzle E, calibrated to supply a spray volume of 93 liters per hectare (l/ha) under pressure 166 Pascal (kPa). After treatment, the pots were returned to the greenhouse and kept there until the time of the evaluation.

Processing was carried out using dilute aqueous compositions. These compositions can be obtained in the form of finished formulations for spraying, consisting only of their ingredients, or by dilution with water pre-prepared compositions of the concentrates.

To evaluate herbicide efficiency of all plants used in the test were examined by a single Agrotehnika practitioner, which registry tree the percentage of dead plants and visually evaluated the effectiveness of each treatment by comparison with untreated plants. The destruction of 0% means no effect, and the destruction of 100% indicates that all of the plants died. The destruction of 85% or more means that in most cases, this drug is considered acceptable for normal use as a herbicide; however, in tests conducted in greenhouses and described in the examples, the compositions are typically used in such consumption norms, which give less than 85%destruction of plants, and this is done to ensure that this composition can be easily differentiated (to be distinguished from compositions with different levels of efficiency. Registered % destruction of plants represents a mean value for each treatment was conducted with several repetitions.

Example 1

It was tested the influence of acids, with a small weight on the efficiency aminirovaniya alkoxysilane alcohols of formula (9) or (10)above. For this he received the water of the composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate at a concentration, expressed in grams ke/liter, and auxiliary ingredients listed in table 1A.

Table 1A
Trackg ke glyphosate/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
346A8T62,7S12,0--
346B4E62,7S12,0Acetic acid0,1
346C0Z62,7S12,0Phosphoric acid0,15
346D2B62,7S12,0Gluconic acid0,35
346E9L62,7S12,0Lactic acid0,15
346F8T62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,1
346G3S62,7S12,0Fumaric acid0,14
346H6Y62,7S12,0Citric acid0,14

Compositions presented in table 1A and comparative compositions Roundup® UltraMax and composition 41I inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). Results average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 1b.

Table 1b

% Destruction ABUTH
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
346A8T56,780,890,095,0
346B4E58,380,890,093,3
346C0Z53,380,890,895,5
346D2B63,377,590,093,0
346E9L50,080,087,593,8
346F8T80,885,895,5of 97.8
346G3S67,577,589,291,7
346H6Y61,781,788,394,7
Roundup® UltraMax10,074,281,788,3
Composition 41I23,376,785,093,8

The composition of the potassium salt of glyphosate, containing oxalic acid and S1, and had a significantly higher efficiency than standard composition Roundup® UltraMax and composition 41I and composition AT, which did not contain oxalic acid at all norms (doses) grease is. All songs, whether or not containing dicarboxylic acid, had a more effective herbicide effects on canetic Theophrastus than song Roundup® UltraMax and composition 41I.

Example 2

Test was performed on herbicide efficacy against cantica Theophrastus adding small organic acids in the composition of the potassium salt of glyphosate containing aminirovanie alkoxysilane alcohols of formula (9) or (10). In table 2A describes the resulting aqueous compositions containing the potassium salt of glyphosate at a concentration specified in grams ke/liter, and auxiliary ingredients. All the components were added together and mixed in a shaker batch operation (load) for 30 minutes at 60°C. Then, the samples were cooled to room temperature and after 24 hours was determined by their stability.

Table 2A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
342A6J62,7S102,0--
342B9V62,7S12,0Acetic acid0,1
342C3H62,7 S12,0Phosphoric acid0,15
342D7D62,7S12,0Gluconic acid0,35
342E7U62,7S12,0Lactic acid0,15
342F8K62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,1
342G6R62,7S12,0Fumaric acid0,14
342H1A62,7S12,0Citric acid0,14

Compositions presented in table 2A, and comparative composition 570I and 41I inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments (replicas) for each treatment are presented in table 2b.

Table 2b

% Destruction ABUTH
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
342A6J65of 87.391,895,8
342B9V5085,3 91,5for 95.2
342C3H50,38492,394,8
342D7D63,586,590,8for 95.2
342E7U54,787,792,894,7
342F8K75,891,794,897,2
342G6R708492,294,8
342H1A608392,595,7
Composition 570I0,814,237,5of 60.5
Composition 41I2,779,586,893,5

Composition 342F8K containing oxalic acid, gave the greatest destruction of cantica Theophrastus.

Example 3

Test was performed on the effectiveness of the compositions of the potassium salt of glyphosate adding them in citric and phosphoric acids. In table 3A describes the resulting aqueous compositions containing the potassium salt of glyphosate found in grams ke/liter, and auxiliary ingredients. All the components were added together and mixed in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. After standing for 24 hours at room is the temperature of all samples remained stable, transparent and had a yellow color.

Table 3A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
344A2G62,7S62,0--
344B8I62,7S72,0--
344C6R62,7S72,0Citric acid0,08
344D9Z62,7S72,0Citric acid0,24
344E7U62,7S72,0Citric acid0,45
344F562,7S72,0Phosphoric acid0,10
344G5R62,7S72,0Phosphoric acid0,20

Compositions presented in table 3A, and comparative composition 570I and 41I inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table b.

Table 3b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
342A2G42,5to 78.391,893,3
344B8Iof 17.566,786,293,2
344C6R24,276,385,791
344D9Z40of 76.887,290,2
344E7U4076,787,291,7
344F5X36,776,785,891,5
344G5T30,874,28591
Composition 570I02558,370,8
Composition 41I35,874,786,894,3

Adding acids with a small mass, such as citric acid and phosphoric acid, but had no significant impact on the efficiency aminirovaniya alkoxysilane alcohols of the formula (5).

Example 4

Was conducted by the eh test the effectiveness of oxalic acid in comparison with EDTA compared to plants of cantica Theophrastus. In table 4A describes the resulting aqueous compositions containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate are listed in grams ke/liter. Oxalic acid and EDTA were first dissolved in water and then added potassium salt of glyphosate and a surfactant. After this composition was placed in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples remained stable, transparent and had a light yellow color.

Table 4A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
381A9N62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,2
381B3K62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,4
381C4R62,7S12,0EDTA0,2
381D0Q62,7S12,0EDTA0,4
381E4I62,7S122,0Oxalic acid0,2
62,7S122,0Oxalic acid0,4
381G5C62,7S122,0EDTA0,2
381H8S62,7S122,0EDTA0,4

Compositions presented in table 4A, the composition C, composition 540I and Roundup® UltraMax inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 4b.

Table 4b
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
381A9N71,793,2of 97.899
381B3K74,290,59999,5
381C4R7085,893,595,8
381D0Q64,281,794,897,3
381E4I66,786,793,398
381F1A63,387,5a 94.297,3
381G5C/td> 49,272,586,789,2
381H8S23,360,883,388,3
Composition C09,236,761,7
Composition 570I019,248,366,7
Roundup® UltraMax2575,89094,7

Oxalic acid and EDTA in combination with14-15-PEG 13(EA)-afieromeno found similar effectiveness. Composition of oxalic acid containing PEG 5-talonen, found higher efficiency than EDTA-composition. With14-15-PEG 13(EA)-epitonin gave higher efficiency than similar compositions containing PEG 5-talonen. All songs except tracks with PEG 5-haloamines containing EDTA was more effective than standard composition Roundup® UltraMax.

Example 5

Test was performed on the effectiveness of different dicarboxylic acids with cocoamine surface-active substance. Table 5A describes the resulting aqueous compositions containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate are listed in grams ke/liter. Dicarboxylic acid was added to these compositions in different is cnyh mass ratios. Acid was first dissolved in water and then added potassium salt of glyphosate and a surfactant. The composition was mixed on a shaker periodic operation for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and colorless.

Table 5A
TrackGlyphosate g/lSurfactant% (wt./about.)Dicarboxylic acid (DK)% (wt./about.)Glyphosate:DK
611A5V62,7S52,9---
611B9S62,7S52,0Formic acid0,1540:1
611C6L62,7S52,0Oxalic acid0,320:1
611D3H62,7S52,0Malonic acid0,415:1
ES62,7S52,0Succinic acid0,415:1
611F8K 62,7S52,0Glutaric acid0,415:1
611G1Z62,7S52,0Adipic acid0,512:1
611H3J63,7S51,2Oxalic acid0,320:1

Compositions presented in table 5A, and the reference composition: composition C, composition 570I and Roundup® UltraMax, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH) and barnyard grass plushie millet (Echinochloa crus-galli var. frumentae, ECHCF). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in tables 5b and 5C.

Table 5b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
611A5V6077,588,391,7
611B9S46,78088,390
611C6L81,783,389,290
611D3H47,582,587,5 90
ES64,2to 78.385,890,8
611F8K47,582,585,890
611G1Z7580,886,787,5
611H3J6082,589,202,8
Composition C20,87080,882,5
Composition 570I4072,584,284,2
Roundup® UltraMax72,587,590,892,2

Table 5C

% Inhibition ECHCF 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
611A5V556066,782,5
611B9S5566,782,585,8
611C6L5563,3to 78.382,5
611D3H52,56071,777,5
ES 5560,86574,2
611F8K52,558,370,874,2
611G1Z53,359,27077,5
611H3J52,560,873,380,8
Composition C2,515,848,352,5
Composition 570I15,8405055
Roundup® UltraMax5559,271,786,3

Oxalic acid was increased inhibitory effect on plants cantica Theophrastus, while others tested dicarboxylic acid were not affected by such action. None of these dicarboxylic acids have not found an increased inhibitory effect on plushie millet. As can be seen from table 5b, some improved efficiency was observed when using adipic acid.

Example 6

It was tested the influence of iminodiacetic acid (IDA) compared with oxalic acid on the effectiveness of the potassium salt of glyphosate. In table 6A describes the resulting aqueous composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate indicated the Ana in grams ke/liter.

Table 6A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
060AA3D62--Oxalic acid2,0
060AB8J62--Oxalic acid0,6
060AC3H62--Iminodiacetate acid2,0
060AD5N62--Iminodiacetate acid0,6
060AE7Q62S52,0Oxalic acid0,6
060AF6B62S52,0Iminodiacetate acid0,6
060AG0L62S52,0--

Compositions presented in table 6A, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I and Roundup® UltraMax, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH) and barnyard grass plushie millet (Echinochloa crus-galli var. frumentae, ECHCF). Results average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment, presented in tables 6b and 6C.

Table 6b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
060AA3D73,38085,890
060AB8J66,78084,292,5
060AC3H31,77077,586,7
060AD5N13,3708085,8
060AE7Q71,78587,597,5
060AF6B55,88087,594,8
060AG0L6074,287,592,5
Composition C23,361,772,577,5
Composition 570I36,765,877,584,2
Roundup® UltraMax4583,391,793,3
Table 6C

% Inhibition ECHCF 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
060AA3D1030,843,350
060AB8J13,340,854,255
060AC3H14,230,855,8of 57.5
060AD5N20,839,251,762,5
060AE7Q60to 78.385for 91.3
060AF6B5076,780,882,5
060AG0L59,27084,292,5
Composition C0,832,556,758,3
Composition 570I14,23054,2of 57.5
Roundup® UltraMax6067,585,7of 87.3

Oxalic acid was more effective in increasing herbicide action of glyphosate on plants cantica Theophrastus than iminodiacetate acid. To enhance the inhibitory effect of compositions containing oxalic acid and iminodiethanol acid, p is the Tuscia millet took adding Ethomeen C12.

Example 7

Evaluated the ability of oxalic acid to enhance the action of the potassium salt of glyphosate compared with other known chelat forming compounds. In table 7a describes the resulting aqueous compositions containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate are listed in grams ke/liter. Mass relations ke glyphosate to sodium citrate, oxalic acid and EDTA was 2.2:1, 2:1 and 1.5:1 and 22:1, 20:1 and 15:1 respectively. Hepatoblastoma compounds were first dissolved in water and then added potassium salt of glyphosate and a surfactant. After this composition was placed in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples remained stable and transparent.

Table 7a
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)
605A0X64,2Di-To-oxalic acid4.09 to
605B5T62,7Di-To-oxalic acid0,41
605C8U63,6EDTA4,23
605D5A62,7EDTA0,42
605E9I63,6Sodium citrate2,68
605F2E62,7Sodium citrate0,27

Compositions presented in table 7a, the composition C, composition C, composition 570I and Roundup® UltraMax inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 7b.

Oxalic acid was more effective in enhancing the action of glyphosate on plants cantica Theophrastus compared with citrate and EDTA. The effectiveness of compositions containing oxalic acid used in the relations ke glyphosate : oxalic acid 2:1 and 20:1, was similar to the efficiency of the standard composition Roundup® UltraMax and compositions 470 K.

Example 8

Assessed the effectiveness of dicarboxylic acids with diamines of the formula (36) and potassium salt of glyphosate. In table 8A describes the resulting aqueous compositions containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate are listed in grams ke/liter. Acid was first dissolved in water and then added potassium salt of glyphosate and the resulting solution was melted surfactant. The composition was mixed on a shaker periodic operation for 30 minutes at 60�B0; C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellowish color.

Compositions presented in table 8A, and the composition C, composition 570I and Roundup® UltraMax inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 8b.

Table 8b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
396A3J53,379,287,590
396B5R39,280,887,593
396C9A53,3808591,5
396D3V59,277,58589,2
396E3R71,785,886,792,2
396F9K56,7to 78.387,590
396G5B52,580,885,889,2
396H7U47,580,885,892,5
Composition C6,763,375,880,8
Composition 570I28,369,276,780,8
Roundup® UltraMax608088,392,5

Acetic, phosphoric, lactic, succinic, citric and gluconic acid did not give significant improvement in the efficiency of their respective compositions against cantica Theophrastus. Composition with oxalic acid had an increased efficiency.

Example 9

Assessed the effectiveness of dicarboxylic acids with aminirovanie alkoxycarbonyl alcohols of the formula (9). In table 9a describes the resulting aqueous compositions containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate are listed in grams ke/liter. Acid was first dissolved in water, then added potassium salt of glyphosate, and the resulting solution was melted surfactant. The composition was mixed on a shaker periodic operation for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellowish color.

Table 9a
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2(wt./about.)
AV62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,2
390B8W62,7S12,0Succinic acid0,26
SA62,7S12,0Maleic acid0,26
390D0K62,7S12,0Fumaric acid0,26
390E9D62,7S12,0Succin-amine acid0,23
390F4G62,7S12,0--
390G4P62,7S302,0Oxalic Acid0,26

Compositions presented in table 9a, and the composition C, composition 570I and Roundup® UltraMax inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 9b.

Table 9b

% Inhibition ABUTH 15 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
390A7Bto 78.387,592,895,7
390B8W70,884,29193
390C3A72,586,794,595
390D0K7585,893,598
390E9D25,851,767,572,5
390F4G708590,894,5
390G4P8090,592,296,7
TD IQto 38.373,38586,7
Composition C02,521,756,7
Composition 570I8,3305568,3
Roundup® UltraMax41,77588,390,8

Songs from oxalic, maleic and fumaric acids were found analogion the Yu efficiency in the inhibition of plant cantica Theophrastus and had a higher efficiency in comparison with standard Roundup UltraMax. Succineidae acid was found antagonistic effect with respect to the action of glyphosate in its Association with14-15-PEG 13(SW)-dimethylethylamine used as surface-active substances.

Example 10

Evaluated the effect of adding oxalic acid to glyphosate in commercial standard composition from the point of view of their impact on Astragalus sickle (CASOB). The evaluation was performed at three different mass relations ke glyphosate to oxalic acid, namely 2:1, 10:1 and 30:1. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 10A.

Table 10A

% Destruction CASOB 18 days after processing
TrackSalt of glyphosate200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha800 g ke/ha
Composition CTo3561,775
Roundup UltraMaxIPA8092,597,5
Roundup UltraMax: oxalic acid @ 2:1IPA8596,799,7
Roundup UltraMax: oxalic acid @ 10:1IPA84,292,596,5
Rondup UltraMax: oxalic acid @ 30:1 IPA80,891,795
TD IQdi-NH47589,896,5
TD IQ: oxalic acid @ 2:1di-NH482,59096,5
TD IQ: oxalic acid @ 10:1di-NH482,585,797,5
TD IQ: oxalic acid @ 30:1di-NH477,58597,5
Composition 540KTo80,8of 87.395
Composition 540K: oxalic acid @ 2:1To87,593,899,2
Composition 540K: oxalic acid @ 10:1To85,896,799,8
Composition C: oxalic acid @ 30:1To8093,297,5

In all experiments, oxalic acid did not give statistically significant strengthening actions against Astragalus sickle when it is mixed in the tank with a commercial standard composition. Oxalic acid significantly increased the efficiency of compositions with a high loading of the IPA salt and potassium salt of glyphosate.

Example 11

Evaluated the effect of oxalic acid on amino esters (7) and

dialkoxybenzene amines of the formula (39) and SW-tallowamine short circuit in the diluted composition IPA-salt and potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate are listed in grams ke/liter. All the components were added together and the composition was mixed on a shaker periodic operation for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellowish color.

Table 11a
TrackGlyphosate g/lSalt of glyphosateComponent 1% (wt./ about.)Component 2(wt./ about.)
AR60,0IPAS132,0--
366B4R60,0IPAS132,0Oxalic acid0,1
SK62,7ToS132,0--
366D5N62,7ToS132,0Oxalic acid0,1
AM 60,0IPAS122,0--
366F0Q60,0IPAS122,0Oxalic acid0,2
366G6J62,7ToS122,0--
366H6D62,7ToS122,0Oxalic acid0,2

Compositions presented in table 11a, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I and Roundup® UltraMax inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 11b.

All compositions containing oxalic acid, found higher efficiency compared to similar compositions not containing oxalic acid. All songs AR, 3664R, 366C4K and 366D5N containing aminirovanie alkoxysilane alcohols of the formula (9) with or without adding oxalic acid had a higher efficiency than Witcamine 405 or standard glyphosate composition. Compositions containing the potassium salt or the IPA salt of glyphosate, had a similar efficiency.

Example 12

Evaluated the effect of oxalic acid on aminirovanie alkoxysilane alcohols of the formula (9) in compositions containing IPA-salt and potassium salt of glyphosate. Were the resulting aqueous composition concentrate 3688F, V, CO and 368D7Q containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Were also obtained aqueous composition concentrate 368E4V, 368F3C, 368G7G and 368H6L containing the IPA salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate are listed in grams ke/liter. Composition 3688F and SO additionally contained 0.5% of oxalic acid. All the components were added together, and the composition was mixed in a shaker batch action within 1 hour at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellowish color.

Table 12A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
368A8F484S137,0S53,0S141,5
368B7I63S132,0Oxalic acid0,1--
368C5O 484S17,0S53,0S141,5
368D7Q63S12,0Oxalic acid0,1--
368E4V360S1310,0S141,5Oxalic acid0,5
368F3C360S1310,0S141,5--
368G7G60S132,0Oxalic acid0,1--
368H6L60S132,0----

Compositions presented in table 12A, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I and Roundup® UltraMax inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 12b.

400 g ke/ha
Table 12b

% Inhibition ABUTH
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha
368A8F61,781,788,395,8
368B7I68,380,892,596,7
368C5O70,880,890,8for 95.3
368D7Qto 78.39396,399,2
368E4V83,387,59699,2
368F3C65,88092,597,2
368G7G7590for 95.399,2
368H6L70,785,893,399,7
Composition C0011,7to 38.3
Composition 570I0021,742,5
Roundup UltraMax14,272,584,293,3

All songs ARE, whether or not containing oxalic acid, found a higher efficiency in comparison with Roundup UltraMax. The highest efficiency was found songs 368D7Q and 3684V related ke glyphosate to surfactant 3:1 and 2.7:1, respectively, and all songs, related ke glyphosate to oxalic acid 60:1.

Example 13

Evaluated the effect of oxalic acid on various salts of glyphosate. In table 13A described the resulting aqueous compositions tank mixtures containing potassium salt IPA salt and ammonium salt of glyphosate in mass relations 2:1, 10:1 and 30:1 and 98% oxalic acid Aldrich (SC). Herbicide activity tank mixes were analyzed in comparison with tank mixtures of the corresponding salts without the addition of oxalic acid.

Table 13A
TrackSalt of glyphosateComponent 1Glyphosate:SK
Composition C ANDTo--
Composition CToOxalic acid2:1
Composition CToOxalic acid10:1
Composition C DToOxalic acid30:1
Composition 570IAIPA--
Composition 570IBIPAOxalic acid2:1
Composition 570ICIPAY is veleva acid 10:1
Composition 570IDIPAOxalic acid30:1
Composition AMM-GLY2S ANH4--
Composition AMM-GLY2S BNH4Oxalic acid2:1
Composition AMM-GLY2S CNH4Oxalic acid10:1
Composition AMM-GLY2S DNH4Oxalic acid30:1

Canetic Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH) were grown and processed in accordance with the above standard methods. The results of applying these compositions shown in table 13A, averaged across all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment and systematized in table 13b.

Table 13b

% Inhibition ABUTH 15 days after processing
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha
Composition C AND0034,2
Composition C20,870,880
Composition C07,572,5
Composition C D0060
Composition 570IA0,8552,5
Composition 570IB56,775,885
Composition 570IC25,84575,8
Composition 570ID16,737,575
Composition AMM-GLY2S A28,345,867,5
Composition AMM-GLY2S B758084,2
Composition AMM-GLY2S C48,360,880
Composition AMM-GLY2S D47,548,375,8

Adding oxalic acid the effectiveness of potassium, IPA and ammonium salt was increased. Effect of compositions containing glyphosate and oxalic acid was the most effective in relation to ke glyphosate : oxalic acid is 2:1, and the least effective with respect to ke glyphosate : oxalic acid, equal to 30:1.

Example 14

Evaluated the effect of oxalic acid on glyphosate compositions containing surfactants. In table 14a described the resulting aqueous compositions tank mixtures containing potassium salt, IP-salt and diammonium salt of glyphosate in the relationship 2:1, 10:1 and 30:1, with 98% oxalic acid Aldrich (SC). Each of these glyphosate compositions contain various surface active components. Herbicide activity tank mixes were analyzed in comparison with tank mixtures of the corresponding salts without the addition of oxalic acid.

Table 14a
TrackSalt of glyphosateSurfactantGlyphosate:SComponent 1Glyphosate: SK
Composition C ANDKS654:1--
Composition CKS654:1Oxalic acid2:1
Composition CKS654:1Oxalic acid10:1
Composition C DKS654:1Oxalic acid30:1
Roundup UltraMax AIPAProprietary---
Roundup UltraMax BIPAProprietary-Oxalic acid:1
Roundup UltraMax CIPAProprietary-Oxalic acid10:1
Roundup UltraMax DIPAProprietary-Oxalic acid30:1
TD IQ-Adi-NH4Nonionic APG3,6:1--
TD IQ-Bdi-NH4Nonionic APG3,6:1Oxalic acid2:1
TD IQ-Cdi-NH4Nonionic APG3,6:1Oxalic acid10:1
TD IQ-Ddi-NH4Nonionic APG3,6:1Sorrel

acid
30:1

Compositions presented in table 14a, and a comparative composition C inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 14b.

Table 14b

% Inhibition ABUTH 17 days after processing
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/g is
Composition CA12,5to 38.372,5
Composition CW76,784,291,7
Composition X7079,287,5
Composition 540D34,276,784,2
Roundup UltraMax A7,92862,1
Roundup UltraMax B808590,8
Roundup UltraMax C76,784,290,8
Roundup UltraMax D70to 78.387,5
TD IQ-A16,726,765,8
TD IQ-B7584,290
TD IQ-C4577,587,5
TD IQ-D41,767,585,8
Composition C109,244,2
Composition C215,846,780
1Tank mixture, obtained using the composition C at 725 grams/liter

2Tank mixture, obtained using the composition C at 445 grams/l

Adding oxalic acid on the effectiveness of the compositions was increased. Effect of compositions containing glyphosate and oxalic acid was the most effective in relation to ke glyphosate : oxalic acid is 2:1. The highest overall efficiency had the composition of Roundup UltraMax with oxalic acid, followed by their efficiency followed the composition of the potassium salt of glyphosate containing cationogenic afieromeno surfactant, and the composition TD IQ, containing the nonionic alkylpolyglycoside.

Example 15

Evaluated the efficacy of three commercially available glyphosate products and oxalic acid are obtained in the form of tank mixes. In table 15A described the resulting aqueous compositions tank mixtures containing potassium salt IPA salt and diammonium salt of glyphosate in the relationship 2:1, 10:1 and 30:1, and oxalic acid (SC). Herbicide activity tank mixes were analyzed in comparison with tank mixtures of the corresponding salts without the addition of oxalic acid.

/tr>
Table 15A
TrackSalt of glyphosateComponent 1Glyphosate:SK
Composition CATo--
Composition CWToOxalic acid2:1
Composition XToOxalic acid10:1
Composition 540DToOxalic acid30:1
Roundup UltraMax AIPA--
Roundup UltraMax BIPAOxalic acid2:1
Roundup UltraMax CIPAOxalic acid10:1
Roundup UltraMax DIPAOxalic acid30:1
TD IQ-Adi-NH4--
TD IQ-Bdi-NH4Oxalic acid2:1
TD IQ-Cdi-NH4Oxalic acid10:1
TD IQ-Ddi-NH4Oxalic acid30:1

Compositions presented in table 15A, and comparative composition C inflicted on plants spickle green (SETVI). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 15b.

Table 15b

% Inhibition SETVI 14 days after processing
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha
Composition CA69,27587,5
Composition CW68,379,294,7
Composition X71,781,793
Composition 540D6572,594
Roundup UltraMax A7072,586,7
Roundup UltraMax B71,772,5for 91.3
Roundup UltraMax C71,7to 78.389,2
Roundup UltraMax D66,776,790,8
TD IQ-A63,371,785
TD IQ-B65,873,390,5
TD IQ-C53,367,584,2
TD IQ-D53,367,590,3
Composition C1505569,2
Composition C27072,586,7
1Tank mixture, obtained using the composition C at 725 grams/liter

2Tank mixture, obtained using the composition C at 445 grams/l

A significant increase in activity or antagonism of combinations with oxalic acid was not observed.

Example 16

Evaluated the efficacy of three commercially available glyphosate products and oxalic acid are obtained in the form of tank mixes. In table 16A described the resulting aqueous compositions tank mixtures containing potassium salt IPA salt and diammonium salt of glyphosate in the relationship 2:1, 10:1 and 30:1, and oxalic acid (SC). Herbicide activity tank mixes were analyzed in comparison with tank mixtures of the corresponding salts without the addition of oxalic acid.

Table 16A
TrackSalt of glyphosateComponent 1Glyphosate:SK
Composition CATo--
Composition CWToOxalic acid2:1
Composition XToOxalic acid10:1
Compo is ice 540D ToOxalic acid30:1
Roundup UltraMax AIPA--
Roundup UltraMax BIPAOxalic acid2:1
Roundup UltraMax CIPAOxalic acid10:1
Roundup UltraMax DIPAOxalic acid30:1
TD IQ-Adi-NH4--
TD IQ-Bdi-NH4Oxalic acid2:1
TD IQ-Cdi-NH4Oxalic acid10:1
TD IQ-Ddi-NH4Oxalic acid30:1

Compositions presented in table 16A, and a comparative composition C inflicted on annuals cocklebur hard (LOLMG). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 16b.

Table 16b

% Inhibition LOLMG 13 days after processing
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha
Composition CA 72,587,594
Composition CW74,28898,7
Composition X7588,396,2
Composition 540D72,592,293,7
Roundup UltraMax A71,788,592,2
Roundup UltraMax B708893,5
Roundup UltraMax C73,38594,7
Roundup UltraMax D67,583,387,5
TD IQ-A64,28089,2
TD IQ-B6587,292,2
TD IQ-C6582,591,7
TD IQ-D64,281,785
Composition C12075,884,2
Composition C271,788,592,2
1Tank mixture, obtained using the composition C at 725 grams/liter

2Tank mixture, obtained using the composition C at 445 grams/l

Much is about increasing the activity or antagonism of combinations with oxalic acid was not observed.

Example 17

Evaluated the efficacy of three commercially available glyphosate products and oxalic acid are obtained in the form of tank mixes. In table 17A described the resulting aqueous compositions tank mixtures containing IPA-salt and diammonium salt of glyphosate in the ratio 2:1, 10:1 and 30:1, with oxalic acid (SC). Herbicide activity tank mixes were analyzed in comparison with tank mixtures of the corresponding salts without the addition of oxalic acid.

td align="center"> TD IQ-D
Table 17A
TrackSalt of glyphosateComponent 1Glyphosate:SK
Roundup UltraMax AIPA--
Roundup UltraMax BIPAOxalic acid2:1
Roundup UltraMax CIPAOxalic acid10:1
Roundup UltraMax DIPAOxalic acid30:1
TD IQ-Adi-NH4--
TD IQ-Bdi-NH4Oxalic acid2:1
TD IQ-Cdi-NH4Oxalic acid10:1
di-NH4Oxalic acid30:1

Compositions presented in table 16A, and a comparative composition C inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH) and barnyard grass plushie millet (Echinochloa crus-galli var.frumentae, ECHCF). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 17b and 17c.

Table 17b

% Inhibition ABUTH 15 days after processing
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha
Roundup UltraMax A5,856,782,5
Roundup UltraMax Bto 78.38090
Roundup UltraMax C71,779,289,2
Roundup UltraMax D4079,289,3
TD IQ-A04575
TD IQ-B408089,2
TD IQ-C25,850,880
TD IQ-D019,280
Composition C10529,2
Composition C25,856,782,5
1Tank mixture, obtained using the composition C at 725 grams/liter

2Tank mixture, obtained using the composition C at 445 grams/l

Table 17c

% Inhibition ECHCF 15 days after processing
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha
Roundup UltraMax A20,856,770
Roundup UltraMax B44,260,867,5
Roundup UltraMax C42,5of 57.567,5
Roundup UltraMax Dto 38.3of 57.567,5
TD IQ-A6,73062,5
TD IQ-B253563,3
TD IQ-C23,34560,8
TD IQ-D29,241,762,5
Composition C10028,3
Composition C220,856,7 70,0
1Tank mixture, obtained using the composition C at 725 grams/liter

2Tank mixture, obtained using the composition C at 445 grams/l

Oxalic acid increased the efficacy of glyphosate on canetic Theophrastus, with the greatest performance he gave against caipirosca to oxalic acid of 2:1. Oxalic acid did not significantly enhance the effect of glyphosate on plushie millet.

Example 18

Evaluated the effectiveness of the surfactant Silwet L-77 used in combination with Roundup UltraMax and oxalic acid, to the morning glory. Aqueous compositions of the concentrate containing the IPA salt of glyphosate in the form of Roundup UltraMax were obtained in the form of tank mixes with oxalic acid and surface active substance Silwet L-77 (S44) or without it and systematized in table 18a.

Table 18a
TrackComponent 1ke glyphosate: component 1Component 2ke glyphosate: component 2
Roundup UltraMax A----
Roundup UltraMax B-- S441000:1
Roundup UltraMax COxalic acid2:1--
Roundup UltraMax DOxalic acid10:1--
Roundup UltraMax EOxalic acid30:1--
Roundup UltraMax FOxalic acid2:1S441000:1
Roundup UltraMax GOxalic acid10:1S441000:1
Roundup UltraMax HOxalic acid30:1S441000:1

Compositions presented in table 18a, and a comparative composition C inflicted on plants ipomea (IPOSS). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 18b.

Table 18b

% Inhibition IPOSS 14 days after processing
Track300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha600 g ke/ha
Roundup UltraMax A70to 78.384,2
Roundup UltraMax B808082,5
Roundup UltraMax C82,582,585
Roundup UltraMax D80,883,385
Roundup UltraMax E8082,584,2
Roundup UltraMax F84,282,585
Roundup UltraMax G80,884,284,2
Roundup UltraMax H8084,285
Composition C144,27080
Composition C270to 78.384,2
1Tank mixture, obtained using the composition C at 725 grams/liter

2Tank mixture, obtained using the composition C at 445 grams/l

Oxalic acid is used as an additive to the tank mix in the relations ke glyphosate : oxalic acid 2:1, 10:1 or 30:1, was equally effective in enhancing the action of Roundup UltraMax on plant ipomea.

Example 19

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid on the effectiveness of salts of glyphosate. Aqueous compositions were obtained, as shown in table 19a. Concentrations of glyphosate are given in g ke/liter.

Table 19a
TrackGlyphosate g/lSalt of glyphosateComponent 1mass/vol.%
053A9M62KDikaiosu2,0
053B2C62K--
053C5T62IPADikaiosu2,0
053D8N62IPA--
053E2M62NH4Dikaiosu2,0
053F1R62NH4--
053G0K62(NH4)2Dikaiosu2,0
053H7A62(NH4)2--

Compositions presented in table 19a, and comparative compositions, namely the composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH) and barnyard grass plushie millet (Echinochloa crus-galli var.frumentae, ECHCF). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 19b and 19 (C).

Table 19b

% Inhibition ABUTH 16 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
053A9M41,777,584,290
053B2C14,262,5to 78.381,7
053C5T64,280,884,287,5
053D8N16,765,8to 78.379,2
053E2M43,37583,388,3
053F1R27,562,57079,2
053G0K44,280,886,790,5
053H7Aof 17.561,775,877,5
Composition C554,262,575,8
Composition 570I6,758,373,380
Roundup UltraMax20808590
Table 19s

% Inhibition ECHCF 16 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
053A9M26,74547,551,7
053B2C24,243,348,351,7
053C5T2045,848,351,7
053D8N21,742,549,251,7
053E2M16,742,546,751,7
053F1R104047,552,5
053G0K21,74549,250,8
053H7A11,731,74549,2
Composition C53044,250
Composition 570I11,74047,550
Roundup UltraMax36,75565,875,8

All compositions containing decisionset, had a significantly stronger effect on plants canetic Theophrastus compared to similar compositions not containing y is velievoy acid, and were more effective than the standard drug Roundup® UltraMax. Decisionset contributed to the increase of efficiency regardless of the type of salt of glyphosate. Decisionset was relatively ineffective in strengthening actions against batoshevo millet.

Example 20

Evaluated the effect of oxalic acid and aminirovaniya alkoxysilane alcohols of the formula (9), the amino esters of the formula (7) and diamines of the formula (13) in the solid compositions of the ammonium salt of glyphosate. For comparison, we also obtained a standard commercially available solid composition. The concentration of ammonium salt of glyphosate compositions 664A4D and 664C6G was 71% ke, and for the composition WT this concentration was 65% ke Oxalic acid and ammonium sulfate was added to the ammonium salt of glyphosate, and then added solvents. Then add the melted surfactant. The composition was mixed in a mixer and extrudible. Granules extra date was dried at 50°C for 10 minutes. Then the resulting material was sieved to obtain the desired granule size.

Table 20A
TrackComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
664A4DS6410S612Oxalic acid8
WTS138S638Ammonium sulfate10
664C6GS6210S612Oxalic acid8

Compositions presented in table 20A, and comparative compositions: composition AMM-GLY2S, composition 570I and RoundupUltraMax, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 20b.

Table 20b

% Inhibition ABUTH 16 days after processing
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
664A4D8081,796,599,5
664B5T7576,791,798,5
664C6G8082,590,899,3
Composition IPA Dry79,2809399,5
The composition is C 40,8557590,8
Composition AMM-GLY1S34,242,580,894,5
Roundup Ultra7581,79598,5
Roundup UltraMax Dryof 57.567,582,595,5
Composition AMM-GLY2S08,350,879,2
Composition 570I6,719,2of 57.580
Roundup UltraMax56,760,881,793,8

Each of the three compositions had a higher efficiency compared to standard dry commercially available drugs.

Example 21

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid and a salt of oxalic acid on the action monoethoxylate alkylamine surfactants, taken separately or in combination with ethoxylated alcohol in the compositions of ammonium salt of glyphosate. The molar ratio of oxalate : monoethoxylate alkylamine surfactant in each composition was at least 10:1. Concentrations of glyphosate for each composition was 62 g ke per litre. All components were added one the belt and the composition was mixed in a shaker batch action within one hour at 60° C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellowish color.

0,5
Table 21A
TrackComponent 1wt.%Component 3wt.%Component 3wt.%
071A5VS511,1----
071B7HS510,8S500,3--
071C3SS511,1--Oxalic acid0,9
071D0LS510,8S500,3Oxalic acid0,9
071E1MS510,6S500,4--
071F5WS510,6S500,4Oxalic acid0,9
071G4BS511,1--NH4-oxalate0,9
071H9MS510,6 S500,4NH4-oxalate0,9
071I6BS511,1----
071J5DS510,7S500,5--
071K6JS511,1--Oxalic acid0,9
071L1KS510,7S500,5Oxalic acid0,9
071M3XS511,2----
071N7US510,7S500,5--
071O2WS511,2--Oxalic acid0,8
071P9GS510,7S500,5Oxalic acid0,8
071Q1AS491,1----
071R5VS490,9S500,2--
071T6NS490,9S500,2Oxalic acid0,9
071U8MS490,8S500,3--
071V3YS490,8S500,3Oxalic acid0,9
071W2XS490,6S500,4--
071X0DS490,6S500,4Oxalic acid0,9
071Z2CS490,6S500,4NH4-oxalate0,9
071AA2NS491,1----
071AB7HS490,9S500,3--
071AD4NS490,9S500,3Oxalic acid0,9
071AE3FS490,7S500,5--
071AF7BS490,7S50Oxalic acid0,9
071AG8OS491,2----
071AH6XS490,7S500,5--
071AJ1QS490,7S500,5Oxalic acid0,8

Compositions presented in table 21A, and comparative compositions AMM GLY2S, AMM GLY1S and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH), and some of the compositions listed in table 21A, inflicted on plants crusgalli plushie millet (Echinochloa crus-galli var.frumentae, ECHCF). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in tables 21b and C.

93
Table 21b

% Inhibition ABUTH 15 days after processing
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
071A5V3537,581,793,2
071B7H20,847,583,3for 95.3
071C3S6571,798,5
071D0L81,78593,399,2
071E1M70,87584,295,5
071F5W83,388,390,799,7
071G4B8083,3for 91.399,5
071H9M8085,893,599,3
071I6B15,839,282,592,5
071J5D25,872,585,896,3
071K6J80859096,5
071L1K81,786,79097,5
071M3X3061,786,791,7
071N7U36,764,288,396,5
071O2W8085to 91.196,5
071P9G84,28592,598,5
071Q1A1033,37587,5
071R5V27,530 to 78.387,5
071T6N79,281,789,295,8
071U8M48,3to 78.38090,8
071V3Y84,2859096,7
071W2X47,568,383,392,2
071X0D82,582,591,798,7
071Z2C85,886,7a 94.298,7
071AA2N24,252,58088,3
071AB7H5065,88593,7
071AD4N84,287,592,598,7
071AE3F65,874,285,893
071AF7B81,786,7a 94.299,2
071AG8O506584,287,5
071AH6X5564,285,894,7
071AJ1Q84,286,792,599,2
Composition AMM-GLY2S0 050,878,5
Composition AMM-GLY1S028,1to 75.2of 87.8
Roundup UltraMax14,253,382,1to 91.6

Surfactant Hetoxol CS20 with or without adding oxalic acid to monoethoxylate alkylamino surfactant gave a synergistic effect. All compositions containing monoethoxylate alkylamine surfactant and oxalic acid or NH4-oxalate, had a stronger effect than compositions not containing oxalate and standard glyphosate composition.

Table s

% Inhibition ECHCF 15 days after processing
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
071I6B20of 57.57585,5
071J5D2552,572,588
071K6J9,25067,575,8
071L1K32,559,27589,7
071M3X45,859,270,883,3
071N7U4050,87083,3
071O2W28,34564,275
071P9G48,361,776,794,7
Composition AMM-GLY2S053560,8
Composition AMM-GLY1S2547,567,585
Roundup UltraMax3049,268,386,7

Hetoxol CS20 and monoethoxylate alkylamine surfactant in combination with oxalic acid gave significantly stronger effect compared to the standard glyphosate drugs. The mixture of surface-active substances in its action had greater efficacy than each individual surfactant.

Example 22

Evaluated the effect of organic bases in combination with oxalic acid in tank mixtures containing potassium salt of glyphosate and alkylamidoamines surfactant ARE (Tomah). Concentrations of glyphosate for each composition was 62.8 g ke n is liter. Oxalic acid is first dissolved in water, then add the melted surfactant and other components, and the resulting composition was stirred in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellowish color.

Table 22A
TrackComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
666A9MS522,0----
666B6NS522,0Oxalic acid0,25--
666C4FS522,0Oxalic acid0,25S530,25
666D3TS522,0Oxalic acid0,25S530,5
666E0WS521,8Oxalic acid0,25S530,75
666F7VS52 2,0Oxalic acid0,25S531
666G3CS522,0Oxalic acid0,25S541,2
666H1PS522,0Oxalic acid0,25S540,6

Compositions presented in table 22A, and comparative compositions C, 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 22b.

/tr>
Table 22b

% Inhibition ABUTH 16 days after processing
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
666A9M62,57586,7for 95.2
666B6N758092,595,7
666C4Fto 78.38591,7of 97.8
666D3T76,781,787,598,3
666E0W7577,587,598
666F7V73,380,89096,2
666G3C77,582,588,798,3
666H1P72,582,590,897,2
Composition 725K0031,770
Composition 570I00,845,867,5
Roundup UltraMax204080,893,3

Adding oxalic acid to the tank mix alkoxysilanes amine surfactant and potassium salt of glyphosate has led to some synergies. Greater synergy was achieved by the addition of organic bases.

Example 23

Evaluated the effect of organic bases in combination with oxalic acid in tank mixtures containing potassium salt of glyphosate and alkylamidoamines surfactant ARE (Tomah). Concentrations of glyphosate for each composition was 62.8 g ke per litre. Oxalic acid was first dissolved in water and then added to the molten surfactant and other components, and the resulting composition was stirred in a shaker periodic on istia for 30 minutes at 60° C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellowish color.

Table 23a
TrackComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
668A3CS522----
668B6HS522Oxalic acid0,25--
668C3PS522Oxalic acid0,25S590,25
668D1ZS522Oxalic acid0,25S590,5
668E0LS522Oxalic acid0,25S590,75
668F8NS522Oxalic acid0,25S591
668G2QS522--S591,2
668H0BS52/td> 2Oxalic acid0,25S600,6

Compositions presented in table 23a, and comparative compositions C, 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 23b.

Table 23b

% Inhibition ABUTH 15 days after processing
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
AS63,374,287,595,5
668B6H68,374,288,396,3
668C3P70,879,289,295,5
668D1Z62,5to 78.3for 91.3for 95.2
668E0L74,279,288,396,8
668F8N54,27088,398,8
668G2Q58,367,584,2of 92.7
668H0B59,272,587,5 94,5
Composition 725K0027,564,2
Composition 570I0035,870
Roundup UltraMax0208091,7

Adding oxalic acid and the organic base to the tank mixtures alkoxysilanes amine surfactant and potassium salt of glyphosate resulted in a synergistic effect compared with all the reference standard drugs.

Example 24

Evaluated the effect of organic bases in combination with oxalic acid in tank mixtures containing potassium salt of glyphosate in the presence or in the absence of alkoxysilanes alcohol, Neodol 23-5 (from the Shell), used as surfactants. Concentrations of glyphosate for each composition was 62.8 g ke per litre. Oxalic acid was first dissolved in water and then added to the molten surfactant and other components, and the resulting composition was stirred in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples except 670G1 were stable, transparent and had a yellowish color Composition 670G1 formed unstable turbid dispersion.

Table 24a
TrackComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
670A2KS592----
670B7HS602----
670C3ZS601,6--Oxalic acid0,8
670D1QS601,4--Oxalic acid0,7
670E0FS601,2--Oxalic acid0,6
670F2MS601--Oxalic acid0,5
670G1PS600,8S610,4Oxalic acid0,4
670H0KS590,8S610,4Oxalic acid0,4

Composition, as the e in table 24A, and comparative compositions C, 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 24b.

16,7
Table 24b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
670A2K2033,3to 78.392,5
670B7H153572,585,8
670C3Z61,764,286,791,7
670D1Q47,563,38593
670E0F47,564,286,793,7
670F2M35to 78.386,793,8
670G1P4,255,871,790
670H0K041,783,393,7
Composition 725K08,36079,2
Composition 570I05081,7
Roundup UltraMax11,747,582,593,8

Hydroxide designed and chloride designed to be used as a separate surfactant, was found higher efficiency than commercially available standard drug Roundup UltraMax. Adding oxalic acid resulted in a further increase in efficiency. Adding Neodol 23-5 did not lead to increased efficiency.

Example 25

Evaluated the effect of organic bases in combination with oxalic acid in tank mixtures containing potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate for each composition comprised of 62.4 g ke per litre.

Table 25A
TrackComponent 1wt.%.Component 2wt.%.
AVS592--
672B8JS592Oxalic acid1
672C6GS591,7Oxalic acid0,8
672D0PS591,5Save the Wake of acid 0,7
672E4FS591,3Oxalic acid0,6
672F7NS591,2Oxalic acid0,5
672G3XS591Oxalic acid0,4

Compositions presented in table 25A, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I and Roundup® UltraMax, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 25b.

Table 25b

% Inhibition ABUTH 15 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha600 g ke/ha
AVof 17.545,887,587,5
672B8J458091,796,3
672C6G6582,590,8a 94.2
672D0P62,58592,595,8
672E4F70,88591,793,8
672F7N43,383,392,3a 94.2
672G3X5582,593a 94.2
Composition 725K01,730to 78.3
Composition 570I0552,584,2
Roundup UltraMax26,780,891,795,5

Adding oxalic acid and the organic base to the tank mixtures of potassium salt of glyphosate gave a synergistic effect when all the rules are made. The greatest effect was observed when the ratio of organic base:oxalic acid of 2:1.

Example 26

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid on the efficacy of the composition of tank mixtures containing potassium salt of glyphosate and alkoxysilane amine surfactants. Concentrations of glyphosate for each composition constituted 62.7 g ke per litre. Oxalic acid was first dissolved in water and then added to the molten surfactant and glyphosate. Then, this composition was mixed in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples except the group IA were stable, transparent and had a yellowish color. Composition EA formed unstable turbid dispersion.

Table 26a
TrackComponent 1wt.%.Component 2wt.%.
640A3CS402Oxalic acid0,2
640B7HS552Oxalic acid0,2
640C9MS12Oxalic acid0,2
640D3XS562Oxalic acid0,3
640E1AS162Oxalic acid0,25
640F5VS572Oxalic acid0,25
640G8JS582Oxalic acid0,25

Compositions presented in table 26a, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH) and barnyard grass plushie millet (Echinochloa crus-galli var.frumentae, ECHCF). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for cardiopatici, presented in tables 26b, 26C and 26d.

Table 26b

% Inhibition ABUTH 15 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
640A3C80,89098,398,3
640B7H76,787,5for 95.399
640C9M70,889,7for 91.3for 95.2
640D3X81,789,297,799,2
640E1A52,585,893for 95.3
640F5V79,286,797of 98.2
640G8J7585,8for 95.3of 97.8
Composition 725K030,873,380,8
Composition 570I55077,583,3
Roundup UltraMax21,78089,792,8

Adding oxalic acid to reservoiris mixtures containing alkoxycarbonyl amine and Alieva salt of glyphosate, gave a synergistic effect for all compositions except EA. This difference in efficiency due to the structures of surfactants, was mediated by the addition of oxalic acid.

Table 26C

% Inhibition ECHCF 15 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
640A3C58,373,376,785,8
640B7Hof 57.57079,283,2
640C9M62,577,581,787,5
640D3X62,575,882,588,3
640E1A58,36569,275,8
640F5V60,874,2and 88.892,3
640G8J6073,388,289,7
Composition 725K6,744,250,862,5
Composition 570I18,35056,760,8
53,367,57581,7
Table 26d

% Inhibition IPOSS 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
640A3C80,886,786,787,5
640B7H81,78586,787,5
640C9M83,383,385,887,5
640D3X82,585,889,288,3
640E1A83,38587,588,3
640F5V80,886,786,786,7
640G8J82,585,885,887,5
Composition 725K7082,582,581,7
Composition 570I7082,583,384,2
Roundup UltraMax82,582,584,287,5

Adding oxalic acid to reservoiris mixtures containing alkoxycarbonyl Amin, kalie the second salt of glyphosate, gave a synergistic effect for all compositions except EA. This difference in efficiency due to the structures of surfactants, was mediated by the addition of oxalic acid.

Example 27

Evaluate the effectiveness of compositions with a high degree of loading of the potassium salt of glyphosate containing aminirovanie alkoxysilane alcohols of the formula (9) and the phosphoric esters of the formula (5). The composition of the aqueous concentrate 609D4V and EE contained the IPA salt of glyphosate, and all other compositions contained the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate were expressed in g ke per litre. Oxalic acid is first dissolved in water, then added the CON and the molten surfactant and then added potassium salt of glyphosate. This composition was mixed in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable and transparent, except for the composition 609A8F, which was stable, but muddy.

Table 27A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
609A8F484S406,0S56,0--
WE484S16,0S56,0--
SR484S413,0S127,0S52,0
609D4V434S110,0S431,5--
EE434S110,0S431,5Oxalic acid1,2
609F2X480S414,0S237,0S53,0

Compositions presented in table 27A, and comparative compositions C, 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 27b.

Table 27b

% Inhibition ABUTH 15 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
609A8F61,783,392,594
609B4E6080,888,391,7
609C2P65,880,887,590,5
609D4V7083,392,595,7
609E8E81,790,59798
609F2X52,579,284,290,8
Composition C5579,283,392,2
Composition 725K11,768,374,281,7
Composition 570Ito 38.367,58084,2
Roundup UltraMax55,881,7for 91.392,2

Composition EE containing oxalic acid, gave the greatest performance, and its performance exceeded the effectiveness of the composition 609D4V similar compositions not containing oxalic acid.

Example 28

Evaluated the effectiveness of oxalic acid and salts of glyphosate in hard water. In table 28a presents the composition of an aqueous concentrate containing Kali is a new, IPA, ammonium and diammonium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate were expressed in g ke per litre.

Table 28a
TrackGlyphosate g/lSalt of glyphosateComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
045A1B62KOxalic acid0,41--
045B6E62KOxalic acid0,41S52,0
045C4R62IPAOxalic acid0,41--
045D2J62Roundup UltraMaxOxalic acid0,41--
045E9D62di-NH4Oxalic acid0,41--
045F8K62TD IQOxalic acid0,41--
045G2W62TD IQ----
0457A 62Roundup UltraMax----
045I4R62Composition C--S52,0

Compositions presented in table 28a, and composition 045G2W, 045H7A and 045I4R used as comparative compositions were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). Compositions presented in Table 28a, re-put together with 500 ppm CaCl2added to simulate hard water. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 28b.

Table 28b

% Inhibition ABUTH 15 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
045A1B31,758,37585
045A1B-N1531,755to 78.3
045B6E53,37083,386,7
045B6E-N66,77581,790
045C4R5560 7583,3
045C4R-N2546,751,771,7
045D2J7583,38593,3
045D2J-N6,7355080
045E9D606581,786,7
045E9D-N41,748,353,370
045F8K608083,386,7
045F8K-N36,7506083,3
045G2W53,363,376,785
045G2W-N4048,353,381,7
045H7A66,77581,790
045H7A-N41,758,366,788,3
045I4R51,760to 78.385
045I4R-N3,33568,385

Adding 500 ppm CaCl2led to decreased activity of all songs. Oxalic acid significantly increased the efficiency of the awn all tracks.

Example 29

Evaluate the impact of hard water on the effectiveness of the compositions of oxalic acid and salts of glyphosate. In table 29A presents the composition of an aqueous concentrate containing potassium, IPA, ammonium and diammonium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate were expressed in g ke per litre.

Table 29A
TrackGlyphosate g/lSalt of glyphosateComponent 1%

(wt./about.)
Component 2%

(wt./about.)
045A7R62KOxalic acid0,41--
045B3U62KOxalic acid0,41S52,0
045C3X62IPAOxalic acid0,41--
045D0L62Roundup UltraMaxOxalic acid0,41--
045E4C62di-NH4Oxalic acid0,41--
045F7J62TD IQ Oxalic acid0,41--
045G2K62TD IQ----
045H5F62Roundup UltraMax----
045I3P62Composition C--S52,0

Compositions presented in table 29A, and composition 045G2, 045H5F and R used as comparative compositions were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). Compositions presented in Table 29A, re-put together with 500 ppm CaCl2added to simulate hard water. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 29b.

td align="center"> 60
Table 29b

% Inhibition ABUTH 16 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha150 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
045A7R41,76076,786,7
045A7R-N13,33063,366,7
045B3U63,383,386,7
045B3U-N53,363,373,383,3
045C3X66,771,78086,7
045C3X-N26,75561,771,7
045D0L8081,78591,7
045D0L-N3546,755to 78.3
045E4C6566,7to 78.385
045E4C-N43,356,76068,3
045F7J66,77083,386,7
045F7J-N46,756,761,783,3
045G2K58,371,7to 78.383,3
045G2K-N46,7607576,7
045H5F61,7708590
045H5F-N4558,368,383,3
045I3P48,366,77588,3
04I3P-N 0406583,3

Adding 500 ppm CaCl2led to decreased activity of all songs. Oxalic acid significantly increased the efficiency of all songs.

Example 30

Evaluated the effect of oxalic acid with various surface-active substances on plants ipomea. In table 30A presents dilute aqueous composition of the potassium salt of glyphosate in hard water (that is, all compositions contained 500 ppm of calcium chloride). Concentrations of glyphosate were expressed in g ke/liter. Mass relations ke glyphosate to surfactant is approximately 3:1, and the mass relations ke glyphosate to oxalic acid was approximately 60:1, 40:1, 30:1, 24:1, 20:1 or 3:1. Oxalic acid was dissolved, was added potassium salt of glyphosate and the molten surfactant. Then the composition was stirred in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and colorless.

Table 30A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2 % (wt./about.)
383A2T62,7S12,0Sorrel

acid
0,2
383B7K62,7S12,0--
383C4D62,7S132,0Sorrel

acid
0,2
383D3E62,7S132,0--
383E8N62,7S52,0Sorrel

acid
0,4
383F6V62,7S52,0--
383G7Q62,7S182,0Sorrel

acid
0,4
383H0O62,7S182,0--

Compositions presented in table 30A, composition C, composition 570I and Roundup® UltraMax inflicted on plants ipomea (IPOSS). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 30b.

td align="center"> 100 g ke/ha
Table 30b

% Inhibition IPOSS 15 days after processing
Track200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
383A2T09,2of 17.541,7
383B7K01,77,528,3
383C4D028,36577,5
383D3E03,37,520
383E8N4,218,32555
383F6V057,546,7
383G7Q2,52026,749,2
383H0O001,713,3
Composition 725K002,510
Composition 570I002,518,3
Roundup UltraMax01,77,520,8

All compositions containing oxalic acid are more effective than compositions not containing oxalic acid. Adding oxalic acid to the composition C led to a significant increase in inhibitory effect on weed is pomey.

Example 31

Evaluated the effect of oxalic acid together with surface-active substances on plants cantica Theophrastus. In table 31A presents aqueous composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate were expressed in g ke/liter. Oxalic acid was dissolved, then added potassium salt of glyphosate, and then added to the molten surfactant. Then the composition was stirred in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellow color.

Table 31A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
383A7U62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,2
383B5D62,7S12,0--
383C3N62,7S132,0Oxalic acid0,2
383D8H62,7S132,0-
383E5A62,7S52,0Oxalic acid0,4
383F0L62,7S52,0--
383G5K62,7S182,0Oxalic acid0,4
383H1Z62,7S182,0--

Compositions presented in table 31A, composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 31b.

Table 31b

% Inhibition ABUTH 17 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
383A2T69,288,390,895,5
383B7K46,780,885,893,3
383C4D66,788,393,395
383D3E55,8859096,8
383E8N 33,38089,291,7
383F6V5357583,3
383G7Q533,375,889,2
383H1Z09,260,875,8
Composition 725K0024,245
Composition 570I0045,864,2
Roundup UltraMax579,282,589,2

Surfactants,14-15PEG 13(EA)-epitonin and PEG-15(EO)epitonin in combination with oxalic acid gave the highest efficiency.

Example 32

Evaluated the effectiveness of oxalic acid with surfactants in the compositions of the potassium salt of glyphosate. In table 32A presents aqueous composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate were expressed in g ke/liter. Oxalic acid was dissolved, then added potassium salt of glyphosate, and then added to the molten surfactant. Then the composition was stirred in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. After 24 hours the after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, transparent and had a yellow color.

Table 32A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
383A2T62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,2
383B7K62,7S12,0--
383C4D62,7S132,0Oxalic acid0,2
383D3E62,7S132,0--
383E8N62,7S52,0Oxalic acid0,4
383F6V62,7S52,0--
383G7Q62,7S182,0Oxalic acid0,4
383H0O62,7S182,0--

Compositions presented in table 32A, composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants brisket barbed (SIDSP). The results cf DNIe all the repetitions of the experiments for each treatment, presented in table 32b.

Table 32b

% Inhibition of breast barbed 18 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
383A2T65,8to 78.38590
383B7K55758590
383C4D6580,888,392,2
383D3E6579,29093
383E8N68,38082,585,8
383F6V60,8to 78.38083,3
383G7Q50,87580,885,7
383H0O21,766,777,581,7
Composition 725K10to 38.363,370
Composition 570I405567,577,5
Roundup UltraMax557582,593,3

Add the group of oxalic acid, taken in relations caipirosca : oxalic acid comprising 30:1 or 15:1, led to increased efficiency.

Example 33

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid on the effectiveness of the potassium salt of glyphosate and aminirovaniya alkoxysilane alcohols of the formula (5). Aqueous compositions of the concentrate contained potassium salt of glyphosate at a concentration, expressed in g ke/liter, and auxiliary ingredients listed in table 33a. Acid was first dissolved in water and then added potassium salt of glyphosate and a surfactant. The composition was stirred in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellow color with the exception of the composition 3593W, which was unstable and muddy.

Table 33a
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
359A5L62,7S12,0--
359B3W62,7S10Oxalic acid2,0
359C3M 62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,1
359D8C62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,15
359E7B62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,2
359F4P62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,25
359G4S62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,3
359H2L62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,2

Compositions presented in table 33a, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I, Roundup UltraMax and composition 41I, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 33b.

Table 33b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
359A5L558090 of 97.8
359B3W6579,284,286,7
359C3M80of 92.797,399,5
359D8C79,296,39899,3
359E7B85,5for 95.39999,8
359F4P81,790,896,598,5
359G4S81,795,596,399,2
359H2L80for 95.396,299
Composition 725K01032,570,8
Composition 570I01554,275,8
Roundup UltraMax23,38087,592,2
Composition 41I31,781,794,796,8

All compositions containing oxalic acid and a surfactant, had a higher efficiency than standard glyphosate drugs Roundup® UltraMax and composition 41I. The reduced efficiency was only given one song 3593W that do not contain surfactants. To the position, containing oxalic acid in an amount of from 0.1 to 0.3% in combination with14-15PEG(EA)averagemediterranean have a similar efficiency.

Example 34

Evaluated the effect of oxalic acid; ethoxylated one chain afieromeno used as surfactants; and the potassium salt of glyphosate on Indian mustard. In table 34a presents dilute aqueous composition of the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate were expressed in g ke/liter. Mass relations ke glyphosate to surfactant is approximately 3:1, and the mass relations ke glyphosate to oxalic acid was approximately 60:1, 40:1, 30:1, 24:1, 20:1 or 3:1. All components were added simultaneously and the composition was mixed in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and colorless except for the composition 3696S, which was unstable and muddy.

Table 34a
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
359A0G62,7S12,0- -
369B6S62,7S10Oxalic acid2,0
369C7K62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,1
369D4W62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,15
369E6U62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,2
369F9I62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,25
369G3A62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,3
369H5C62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,2

Compositions presented in table 34a, and comparative compositions C, 570I and Roundup® UltraMax inflicted on plants of Indian mustard (BRSJU). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 34b.

Table 34b

% Inhibition BRSJU 23 days after processing
Track200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha 600 g ke/ha800 g ke/ha
359A0G66,781,786,789,2
369B6S61,772,573,375
369C7K54,279,283,385
369D4W71,7to 78.388,390
369E6U6577,584,290
369F9I62,580,881,785
369G3A69,28081,785
369H5C65to 78.380,882,5
Composition 725K59,252,566,7
Composition 570I536,772,575
Roundup UltraMax46,776,7to 78.380
Composition 41I48,376,7to 78.383,3

Oxalic acid did not give a significant increase in efficiency with respect to Indian mustard. The effectiveness of the composition did not depend on the concentration of oxalic KIS is the notes.

Example 35

Evaluated the effectiveness of oxalic acid and aminirovaniya alkoxysilane alcohols of the formula (5) in the diluted compositions of the potassium salt of glyphosate. Table 35 presents the water composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate expressed in g ke/liter. All components were added simultaneously and the composition was mixed in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature the composition AH, V and 3764W were stable, transparent and colorless. All other drugs were unstable and muddy.

Table 35A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
376A3X62,7S162,0--
376B5L62,7S162,0Oxalic acid0,05
376C4W62,7S162,0Oxalic acid0,1
376D0S62,7S162,0Oxalic acid 0,2
376E6D62,7S162,0Oxalic acid0,3
376F5G62,7S162,0Oxalic acid0,4
376G8N62,7S162,0Oxalic acid0,5
376H7A62,7S162,0Oxalic acid0,6

Compositions presented in table 35A, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 35b.

The results showed that a high degree of effectiveness of compositions with a high load potassium salt of glyphosate can be achieved by adding oxalic acid to C16-18PEG 10(EA)-surfactant containing poliaminov head group. It is known that polianinova head groups produce a stable composition with a high load. Adding oxalic acid leads to an increase in the efficiency With16-18PEG 10(EA)-averagepropeciadose surface-active substances is STV, used in relation to the ke of glyphosate surfactant of 3:1, with the greatest efficiency gave the ratio of ke to glyphosate oxalic acid, equal to 20:1, and the effectiveness of compositions containing oxalic acid, exceeded the efficiency compared to the standard drugs.

Example 36

Evaluated the effectiveness of oxalic acid in combination with aminirovanie alkoxycarbonyl alcohols of the formula (9) in the diluted compositions of the potassium salt of glyphosate. In table 36A described the resulting aqueous composition of the concentrate with the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate expressed in g ke/l Oxalic acid was dissolved, was added to the molten surfactant and then added potassium salt of glyphosate. After this composition was mixed in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and colorless except for the composition 6188F, which was unstable, muddy and formed a precipitate.

Table 36A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
618A3D62,7S302,0--
618B8F62,7--Oxalic acid2,0
618C7S62,7S301,9Oxalic acid0,1
618D2K62,7S301,8Oxalic acid0,2
618E1U62,7S301,6Oxalic acid0,4
618F4P62,7S301,4Oxalic acid0,6
618G6W62,7S301,2Oxalic acid0,8
618H1Q62,7S301,0Oxalic acid1,0

Compositions presented in table 36A, composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 36b.

Oxalic acid gave the increase in efficiency compared with only one system behavior is chestno-active substances and provide higher efficiency, than the standard drug Roundup UltraMax. The increase in the concentration of oxalic acid and a simultaneous decrease in the concentration of surfactant led to increased efficiency. Relations ke glyphosate: oxalic acid, comprising 30:1, 15:1, 7,5:1 and 6:1, gave similar efficiency. The combination of surfactants and oxalic acid was found a synergistic effect, since the combination with an equal concentration of ingredients was more effective than each of them taken separately.

Example 37

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid on the effectiveness of tank mixtures monoethoxylate of the alkylamine and the amino esters of the formula (7) in combination with the potassium salt of glyphosate. In addition, evaluated the effectiveness of oxalic acid used as pre-treatment or as adjuvant for tank mixed with monoethoxylate aluminuim surfactants. Pre-treatment with oxalic acid was performed for one hour before making the aqueous concentrate compositions. In table 37A described the resulting aqueous composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate, at a concentration, expressed in g K./liter, and additional ingredients. Composition 026Z2H contains the IPA salt of glyphosate.

Table 37a
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
026A2W62S82,0Oxalic acid0,41
026B3B62S82,0--
026C5Z62S112,0Oxalic acid0,40
026D5K62S112,0--
026E0A---Oxalic acid0,40
026Z2H62--Oxalic acid0,40

Compositions presented in table 37A, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I, Roundup UltraMax and composition 41I, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 37b.

Composition UltraMax added 0.4 percent oxalic acid gave the highest efficiency. Pre-treatment of RA the plants of cantica Theophrastus oxalic acid for one hour before treatment with compositions of glyphosate and monoethoxylate of the alkylamine or laminirovannogo alkoxysilanes alcohol did not give a significant increase efficiency compared with the effectiveness of the compositions of glyphosate and monoethoxylate of the alkylamine or laminirovannogo alkoxysilanes alcohol used without pre-treatment.

Example 38

Evaluated the effect of oxalic acid together with aminirovanie alkoxycarbonyl alcohols of the formula (9), the amino esters of the formula (7), dialkoxybenzene amines of the formula (39) and amines of formula (32) on plant ipomea. In table 38A described the resulting aqueous composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate were expressed in g ke/liter. Oxalic acid was dissolved, then added potassium salt of glyphosate, and then added to the molten surfactant. Then the composition was stirred in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellow color.

Table 38A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
383A2T62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,2
383B7K 62,7S12,0--
383C4D62,7S132,0Oxalic acid0,2
383D3E62,7S132,0--
383E8N62,7S52,0Oxalic acid0,4
383F6V62,7S52,0--
383G7Q62,7S182,0Oxalic acid0,4
383H0O62,7S182,0--

Compositions presented in table 38A, composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants ipomea (IPOSS). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 38b.

383B7K
Table 38b

% Inhibition IPOSS 14 days after processing
Track200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha600 g ke/ha800 g ke/ha
383A2T63,380,882,586,7
54,279,282,583,3
383C4D76,784,28890,5
383D3E60,88082,587,5
383E8N79,286,787,590,5
383F6V76,7to 83.58586,7
383G7Qto 78.382,586,785,8
383H0O4579,280,884,2
Composition 725K6,754,27073,3
Composition 570Iof 17.554,277,579,2
Roundup UltraMax27,576,780,885

All compositions containing oxalic acid, had a higher efficiency than similar compositions not containing oxalic acid. Ethoxylated cocoamine-EO surfactant and16-18O(EO)15-dimethylpropylene surfactants in combination with oxalic acid gave the highest efficiency.

Example 39

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid on mo is methoxylamine alkylamine surfactant in dilute compositions of the potassium salt of glyphosate. Got water composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate at a concentration, expressed in g K./liter, and additional ingredients listed in table 39A.

Table 39A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component

3
wt.%
026F0A62S42,0----
026G4T62S42,0Oxalic acid0,41--
026H7J62S42,0Oxalic acid0,21--
026I4F62S52,0Oxalic acid0,46--
026J3Y62S52,0----
026K6X62S41,0Oxalic acid0,33S53,0
026L9O62S41,0--S51,0

Compositions presented in table 39A, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I, Roundup UltraMax and composition 41I, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH) and barnyard grass plushie millet (Echinochloa crus-galli var.frumentae, ECHCF). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in tables 39b and 39C.

Table 39b

% Inhibition ABUTH 17 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
026F0A56,7to 78.388,391,7
026G4T74,285,889,293,3
026H7J74,290,896,2of 97.8
026I4F76,783,384,291,7
026J3Y28,37079,285
026K6X58,387,588,395
026L9O32,575 82,587,5
Composition 725K023,360,872,5
Composition 570I02563,375,8
Roundup UltraMax16,777,585,889,2
Composition 41I36,7to 78.383,391,7
Table 39C

% Inhibition ECHCF 17 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
026F0A52,57583,388
026G4T5058,368,377,5
026H7J56,774,283,3of 92.7
026I4Fof 57.5758584,2
026J3Y56,774,281,788,3
026K6X60,879,282,591
026L9O58,374,28590
Composition 725K1,7342 49,250,8
Composition 570I2,547,552,555
Roundup UltraMax40,866,784,286,7
Composition 41I53,372,58087

The effectiveness of the compositions containing oxalic acid, exceeded the effectiveness of the drug Roundup Ultra and compositions containing the potassium salt of glyphosate + S4. A composition comprising a potassium salt of glyphosate + S4+0,21% oxalic acid against caipirosca : oxalic acid, of 28:1, had the highest efficiency. Compositions containing 0,21% oxalic acid had a slightly higher efficiency than the composition containing 0,41% oxalic acid. Adding oxalic acid increased the effectiveness of compositions containing the potassium salt of glyphosate and S4 (monoethoxylate alkylamino)than the efficiency of the composition containing the potassium salt of glyphosate and S5 (Ethomeen C12).

Example 40

Evaluate the effectiveness of monoethoxylate alkylamine surfactants together with dikaiomaton with different loadings of surface-active substances. In table 40A described the resulting aqueous composition of concentrate, containing to leeway salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate expressed in g K./liter.

Table 40A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
062A4Y62----
062B0C62--Dikaiosu0,75
062O2T62S341,37Dikaiosu0,75
062P7A62S341,16Dikaiosu0,75
062Q4K62S341,02Dikaiosu0,75
062R1R62S351,37Dikaiosu0,75
062S7M62S351,16Dikaiosu0,75
062T5G62S351,02Dikaiosu0,75

Compositions presented in table 40A, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570 and Roundup UltraMax, put on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH) and barnyard grass plushie millet (Echinochloa crus-galli var.frumentae, ECHCF). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in tables 40b and 40C.

Table 40b

% Inhibition ABUTH 15 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
062A4Y013,364,277,5
062B0C77,583,389,295,5
062O2T6587,589,293,2
062P7A68,3859095,7
062Q4K75,883,389,390,8
062R1R74,28588,391,7
062S7M75,882,589,290
062T5G35,881,789,294,7
Composition AMM-GLY2S03,320,851,7
Roundup UltraMax 1575,882,589,2
Composition AMM-GLY1S037,546,780
Table 40C

% Inhibition ECHCF 15 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
062A4Y13,343,356,761,7
062B0C46,752,5of 57.558,3
062O2Tof 57.575,884,289,8
062P7A556583,388,3
062Q4Kof 57.570,8to 78.384,2
062R1R5570,883,288
062S7M56,77077,585,5
062T5G52,564,2to 78.386,5
Composition AMM-GLY2S2,531,742,552,5
Roundup UltraMax59,275,885,893,3
Composition AMMGLY1S 28,35558,370

Reduced loading of surfactants in combination with oxalic acid gave higher effectiveness against cantica Theophrastus and batoshevo millet than composition AMM GLY1S, higher efficiency action against cantica Theophrastus than Roundup UltraMax and slightly lower effectiveness against batoshevo millet than Roundup UltraMax. Efficiency was proportional to all test downloads, surface-active substances.

Example 41

Evaluated the effectiveness of oxalic acid together with short-chain EA-haloamines used as surfactants in the diluted composition of the potassium salt of glyphosate. Were the resulting aqueous composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate at a concentration, expressed in g ke/liter, and auxiliary ingredients, as indicated in table 41A. All components were added simultaneously, then the composition was mixed in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellow color with the exception of the composition 3637U, which was unstable and muddy.

Table 41A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
363A1B62,7S122,0--
363B7U62,7--Oxalic acid2,0
363C5J62,7S122,0Oxalic acid0,08
363D4Q62,7S122,0Oxalic acid0,1
363E5T62,7S122,0Oxalic acid0,13
363F9K62,7S122,0Oxalic acid0,15
363G6V62,7S122,0Oxalic acid0,2
363H5G62,7S122,0Oxalic acid0,1

Compositions presented in table 41A, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I, Roundup UltraMax and composition 41I, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). Result is you the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 41b.

Table 41b

% Inhibition ABUTH
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
363A1B15,873,382,586,7
363B7U62,580,883,385
363C5J6579,286,787,5
363D4Q41,780,887,590
363E5T54,280,886,790
363F9K60,880,887,591,7
363G6V708587,592,5
363H5G41,779,28590,8
Composition C026,763,370
Composition 570I043,360,872,5
Roundup UltraMax4072,58587,5
Composition 41I64,28086,789,2

Most mixtures composition Witcamine 405, containing oxalic acid, was found effective against cantica Theophrastus equal efficiency Roundup® UltraMax. Oxalic acid at any level add gave a somewhat higher efficiency compared with surface-active substance Witcamine 405.

Example 42

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid on the effectiveness of ethoxylated cocoamine in the diluted compositions of the potassium salt of glyphosate in hard water. Table 42 presents the composition of an aqueous concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate were expressed in g ke/liter.

62
Table 42
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
AM62S52,0--
WE62S52,0Oxalic acid0,3
045C9I62S192,0--
045D0PS192,0Oxalic acid0,3
045G4H62S202,0--
045H5Y62S202,0Oxalic acid0,3
045I8J62----
045J1Z62--Oxalic acid0,3

Compositions presented in table 42, and the composition C, composition 570I, Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 42b.

Table 42b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha150 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
045A2M00075
045B2E051086,7
045C9I003080
045D0P 01062,587,5
045G4H03,316,783,3
045H5Y1,7540,887,5
045I8J13,325to 38.353,3
045J1Z27,526,771,785
Composition 725K00040
Composition 570I00030
Roundup UltraMax00575

All compositions were diluted with hard water. Adding oxalic acid gave different increase efficiency in the following order: C12(EO)>C15(EO)>C25(EO).

Example 43

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid on the effectiveness of ethoxylated tallowamine (SAS) in the diluted compositions of the potassium salt of glyphosate in hard water. In table 43A presents the composition of an aqueous concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate were expressed in g ke/liter.

td align="center"> Component 1
Table 43A
TrackGlyphosate g/l% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
045K3S62S52,0--
045L962S52,0Oxalic acid0,3
045M3B62S192,0--
045N5T62S192,0Oxalic acid0,3
045Q4Y62S202,0--
045R6J62S202,0Oxalic acid0,3
045S3L62----
045T7G62--Oxalic acid0,3

Compositions presented in table 43A, composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 43b.

Table 43b

% Inhibition ABUTH h is cut 18 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha150 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
045K3S0016,777,5
045L97,521,734,286,3
045M3B1023,3to 38.380
045N5T15,848,356,790,8
045Q4Y3,32045,884,2
045R6J9,2to 38.361,787,5
045S3L021,731,763,3
045T7G10,832,5to 38.382,5
Composition 725K00026,7
Composition 570I00026,7
Roundup UltraMax002570

Compositions with oxalic acid had greater efficiency than similar compositions not containing oxalic acid.

Example 44

Evaluated the effectiveness of oxalic acid VM is the extent to diethoxycarbonyl afieromeno surfactants. In table 44a presents dilute aqueous composition of the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate were expressed in g ke/liter. Oxalic acid was dissolved, was added potassium salt of glyphosate and a surfactant. Then the composition was stirred in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellow color.

Table 44a
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
615A4F484,4S36to 12.0--
VK484,4S36to 12.0Oxalic acid1,5
615C7S62,7S372,0--
615D1B62,5S372,0Oxalic acid0,25
E62,6S382,0--
615F5A62,5S382,0 Oxalic acid0,25
615G8Y62,7S392,0--
615H5W62,7S392,0Oxalic acid0,25

Compositions presented in table 44a, composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in tables 44b.

Table 44b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
615A4F7,575,89089,2
VKto 78.388,3a 94.294,5
615C7S6584,29090,8
615D1B74,29092,592,5
E4084,289,290
615F5A68,389,292,592,5
615G8Y32,57588,390,8
615H5W65,885,8for 91.392,5
Composition 725K040to 78.382,5
Composition 570I8,370,88084,2
Roundup UltraMax39,281,79092,5

Oxalic acid increased the activity test afieromeno surfactants against cantica Theophrastus. This enhanced activity of surfactants oxalic acid, taken in relation caipirosca : oxalic acid=24:1, was similar for all surface-active substances, and each of them exceeded the standard drug Roundup UltraMax against cantica Theophrastus.

S36-containing composition without oxalic acid had the weakest performance, but adding oxalic acid gave the strongest effect.

Example 45

Evaluated the effectiveness of oxalic acid and diethoxypropane afieromeno surfactants. Table 45 describes the resulting aqueous composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate expressed in g ke/liter. SchA is spruce acid was dissolved, was added potassium salt of glyphosate and the molten surfactant. Then the composition was stirred in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellow color with the exception of the composition 3928U, which was unstable, muddy and divided into phases.

Table 45A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
392A0L484,4S3610,0--
392B2S488,1S3610,0Oxalic acid1,2
ST62,7S371,63--
392D2K62,9S371,63Oxalic acid0,2
392E5C62,5S381,63--
392F9V62,5S381,63Oxalic acid0,2
392G1D488,1S3910,0--
392H8U488,1S3910,0Oxalic acid1,2

Compositions presented in table 45A, composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 45b.

Table 45b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
392A0L52,5808890,8
392B2S56,58590,892,5
ST68,383,39093
392D2K86,391,796,3of 98.2
392E5C54,280,887,590,8
392F9V8384,288,390,8
392G1D5080 89,2
392H8U86,388,392,596,3
Composition 725K019,260,870,8
Composition 570I1051,7to 78.382,5
Roundup UltraMax5082,590,892,5

Epilohmannia compositions containing oxalic acid, had a higher efficiency than a similar composition without oxalic acid, and their performance exceeded the efficiency of standard drug Roundup UltraMax. The highest efficiency was found PEG(2)-ISO-From13-aviapropeller together with oxalic acid.

Example 46

Evaluate the effectiveness of silicone surfactant having amine and phosphate head groups with or without added oxalic acid in the diluted composition of the potassium salt of glyphosate. In table 46a described the resulting aqueous composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate expressed in g ke/liter. Oxalic acid was dissolved, and then added surfactant and potassium salt of glyphosate. After this composition was mixed in a shaker batch action within 30 mi the ut at 60° C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature the composition AW, 6299F and 627F1Z were stable, transparent and had a yellow color. All other drugs were unstable and muddy.

Table 46a
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
627A6B62,7S252,0--
627B9F62,7S262,0--
627C4J62,7S272,0--
627D4J62,7S282,0--
627E5U62,7S292,0--
627F1Z62,7S252,0Oxalic acid0,3
627G0P62,7S282,0Oxalic acid0,3

Compositions presented in table 46a, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax, inflicted narastaniya of cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH), barnyard grass plushie millet (Echinochloa crus-galli var.frumentae, ECHCF) and ipomea (IPOSS). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in tables 46b, C and 46d.

Table 46b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
627A6B79,284,290,8for 95.2
627B9F75,884,292,5for 95.2
627C4J73,377,588,388,3
627D4J70,872,586,785,8
627E5U79,280,887,590
627F1Z80,883,392,393,3
627G0P8085,887,588,3
Composition 725K306081,783,3
Composition 570I61,77083,385
Roundup UltraMax74,285,8 91,895,5
Table 46c

% Inhibition ECHCF 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
627A6B6070,880,894,3
627B9Fof 57.566,786,793
627C4J5565,88587,5
627D4J5560,876,780
627E5U56,764,27577,5
627F1Z59,269,285,889,8
627G0Pof 57.564,273,376,7
Composition 725K47,559,264,265
Composition 570I47,56061,763,3
Roundup UltraMax6575,893,5of 98.2
Table 46d

% Inhibition IPOSS 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha 200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
627A6Bto 78.385,885,885,8
627B9F77,582,58585,8
627C4J76,780,882,583,3
627D4J77,584,284,285
627E5Uto 78.384,28587,5
627F1Z82,582,58587,5
627G0Pto 78.382,584,285
Composition 725K7082,584,285
Composition 570I70,883,384,285,8
Roundup UltraMaxto 78.384,285,886,7

Composition Lambent Phos-100 + oxalic acid, Lambent Phos A-100 and Lambent Phos-150 had a performance equivalent drug Roundup UltraMax against cantica Theophrastus and ipomea. The presence of oxalic acid had increased the efficiency of amine surfactants Lambent PD, but gave increase efficiency in the alignment with the surface-active substance Lambent Phos And, taken separately.

Example 47

Evaluated the effectiveness of oxalic acid and alkylamine surfactants Ethomeen C12, present in different ratios in the diluted compositions of the potassium salt of glyphosate. In table 47A described the resulting aqueous composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate expressed in g ke/liter. Oxalic acid was dissolved, was added to the molten surfactant and then added potassium salt of glyphosate. After this composition was mixed in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and colorless except for the composition 6214L, which was unstable and formed a precipitate.

Table 47A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
621A0V62,7S52,0--
621B4L62,7--Oxalic acid2,0
SE62,7 S51,9Oxalic acid0,1
621D8H62,7S51,8Oxalic acid0,2
621E7S62,7S51,6Oxalic acid0,4
621F3X62,7S51,4Oxalic acid0,6
621G9K62,7S51,2Oxalic acid0,8
NA62,7S52,0Oxalic acid2,0

Compositions presented in table 47A, composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 47b.

Table 47b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
621A0V1551,7to 78.383,3
621B4L36,7 60,872,584,2
SE48,372,582,588,3
621D8H60,87586,785
621E7S59,274,280,888,3
621F3X37,573,3to 78.385
621G9K758083,386,7
NA51,7to 78.382,587,5
Composition 725K01,746,760
Composition 570I0,824,260,873,3
Roundup UltraMax35558085

Oxalic acid in any concentration gave a slight increase in efficiency compared to only one system of surfactants Ethomeen C12. The increase in the concentration of oxalic acid and a simultaneous decrease in the concentration of surface-active substances Ethomeen C12 resulted in a slight decrease in efficiency. Attitude caipirosca : oxalic acid of 3:1 without surfactant was given efficiency is efficiency, similar efficacy Roundup UltraMax.

Example 48

Evaluated the effectiveness of oxalic acid together with nonionic and anionic surface-active agent in the diluted compositions of the potassium salt of glyphosate. In table 48A described the resulting aqueous composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate expressed in g ke/liter. Oxalic acid was dissolved, was added potassium salt of glyphosate and a surfactant. After this composition was mixed in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable and transparent.

Table 48A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
613A5B62,7S312,0--
613B9I62,8S312,0Oxalic acid0,25
613C5G62,8S312,0Oxalic acid0,5
613D0K62,9 S322,0--
613E7B62,9S322,0Oxalic acid0,25
613F7S63S322,0Oxalic acid0,5
613G3Z62,8S332,0--
613H8J62,9S332,0Oxalic acid0,5

Compositions presented in table 48A, composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH) and sesbania the Konoplyova (SEBEX). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in tables 48b and 48S.

Table 48b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
613A5B1567,58084,2
613B9I4585,890,892,5
613C5G64,285900
613D0K22,576,78085,8
613E7B58,3to 78.385,890
613F7S6580,887,590,8
613G3Z22,562,570,8to 78.3
613H8J53,375,88086,7
Composition 725K047,57079,2
Composition 570I10,85574,281,7
Roundup UltraMax30,8to 78.388,390

Oxalic acid in combination with any of the surfactants were provided to increase the efficiency to a level higher than the efficiency of standard drug Roundup UltraMax.

Table 48S

% Inhibition SEBEX 18 days after processing
Track200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha600 g ke/ha
613A5B60,87075,879,2
613B9I 47,563,376,780
613C5Gof 57.559,270,879,2
613D0K41,768,37575
613E7B30,8of 57.566,775
613F7S20,858,363,375
613G3Z24,248,3of 57.574,2
613H8J23,343,350,872,5
Composition 725K0002,5
Composition 570I0006,7
Roundup UltraMax4056,774,280

Despite the presence of oxalic acid level herbicide activity against sesbania the Konoplyova was similar to the level of activity of standard drugs.

Example 49

Evaluated the effectiveness of oxalic acid with a nonionic Alkylglucoside and anionic ethoxylated ester of phosphoric acid, used as surfactants. In table 49A described the resulting aqueous compositions of the end of the waste, containing potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate expressed in g ke/liter. Oxalic acid was dissolved, and then added potassium salt of glyphosate and surfactants. After this composition was mixed in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellow color.

Table 49A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./about.)Component 2% (wt./about.)
394A7B62,7S322,0--
394B7U62,7S322,0Oxalic acid0,3
394C2Z62,7S472,0--
394D0K62,7S472,0Oxalic acid0,3
394E6Y62,7S482,0--
394F3X62,7S482,0Oxalic acid
394G4J62,7S332,0--
394H2I62,7S332,0Oxalic acid0,3

Compositions presented in table 49A, composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 49b.

Table 49b

% Inhibition ABUTH 15 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
394A7B61,764,28082,5
394B7U65,874,286,787,5
394C2Z65,872,580,883,3
394D0K50,874,28585,8
394E6Y67,57586,787,5
394F3X75,881,787,588,3
394G4J61,7 707581,7
394H2I67,571,784,285
Composition 725K1,749,27577,5
Composition 570I22,546,779,280,8
Roundup UltraMax5077,5and 88.890

A mixture of oxalic acid gave increase the effectiveness of actions against cantica Theophrastus when tested relations caipirosca : oxalic acid, the components of 3:1 and 20:1 respectively.

Example 50

Evaluated the effectiveness of oxalic acid and an organic salt with cationogenic afieromeno surfactants in the compositions of the potassium salt of glyphosate. Table 50 describes the resulting aqueous composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate expressed in g ke/liter. The base was added in water, dissolved in it, oxalic acid, and then added to the molten surfactant and potassium salt of glyphosate. After this composition was mixed in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, transparent is mi and colorless.

Table 50A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1% (wt./wt.)Component 2% (wt./wt.)Component 3% (wt./about.)
638A2B62,7S302----
638B9K62,7S302Oxalic acid0,3--
638C4J62,7S302Oxalic acid0,26S590,5
638D1L62,7S302Oxalic acid0,26S530,5
638E3C62,7S302Oxalic acid0,26S680,5
638F7N62,7S301,9Oxalic acid0,15--
638G5B62,7S301,6Oxalic acid0,4- -

Compositions presented in table 50A, composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 50b.

Table 50b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha600 g ke/ha
638A2B7085,893,296,8
638B9K72,586,7of 92.796,3
638C4J79,29091,2of 97.8
638D1L8089,796,598,5
638E3C74,283,390,293,3
638F7N67,580,886,7for 95.2
638G5B63,377,582,594
Composition 725K25,854,269,280,8
Composition 570I39,263,383,3
Roundup UltraMax59,27588,394,7

A mixture of oxalic acid increased the activity against cantica Theophrastus compared with standard drug UltraMax.

Example 51

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid on the efficiency depending on the chain length EA compositions with a high load potassium salt of glyphosate. Got water composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate at a concentration, expressed in g K./liter, and additional ingredients, as indicated in table 51A.

S5
Table 51
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1g/lComponent 2g/lComponent 3g/l
024A1V485S2131S565--
024B7N485S391S591--
024C7B485S365S565S265
024D3K485S37852S265
024E4J485S391S591Oxalic acid13
015A0P391S4131----

Compositions presented in table 51A, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I, Roundup UltraMax and composition 41I, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH) and barnyard grass plushie millet (Echinochloa crus-galli var.frumentae, ECHCF). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in tables 51b and C.

Table 51b

% Inhibition ABUTH 15 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
024A1V15,876,783,384,2
024B7N4080,886,788,3
024C7B001,71,7
024D3K29,280,882,590
024E4J 7582,591,792,5
015A0P558086,789,2
Composition 725K01573,375,8
Composition 570I0,82071,780,8
Roundup UltraMax45,880,887,590
Composition 41I33,381,787,590,8
Table 51c

% Inhibition ECHCF 15 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
024A1V3551,76572,5
024B7N46,753,362,569,2
024C7B001,71,7
024D3Kto 38.355,87077,5
024E4J505575,879,2
015A0P48,354,259,268,3
HDMI is tion 725K 1,7204547,5
Composition 570I1,7405053,3
Roundup UltraMax21,754,26573,3
Composition 41I39,256,768,372,5

Composition 0244J containing oxalic acid together with monoethoxylate alkylamino (EO) and Ethomeen C12, discover the best herbicide effective against ABUTH and ECHCF. Other songs had efficacy similar efficiency standard glyphosate drugs. Composition SV was atypical, became turbid after dilution in water and found a small level of herbicide activity.

Example 52

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid on the effectiveness monoethoxylate amine surfactants with different length EA compositions with a high load potassium salt of glyphosate. Got water composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate at a concentration, expressed in g ke/liter, and additional ingredients, as indicated in table 52a.

Component 1
Table 52a
TrackGlyphosate g/lg/lComponent 2G/lComponent 3g/l
023A6G485S8105S492--
023B6U486S8118S492--
SR487S992S492--
023D4R489S992S492Oxalic acid13,2
ES480S9104S491--
023F6Y391S4121--Oxalic acid7,3
015Y7N391S4121----

Compositions presented in table 52a, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition, 5701, Roundup UltraMax and composition 411, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH) and barnyard grass plushie millet (Echinochloa crus-galli var.frumentae, ECHCF. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in tables 52b and s.

20,8
Table 52b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
023A6G21,756,776,784,2
023B6U25,863,377,583,3
023C0P14,254,276,781,7
023D4R36,761,780,887,5
023E6C34,250,876,780,8
023F6Y45,871,788,388,3
015Y7N34,268,382,586,7
Composition 725K1,72052,560,8
Composition 570I3,324,252,558,3
Roundup UltraMax106077,586,7
Composition 41I6076,786,7
Table 52c

% Inhibition ECHCF 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
023A6G5068,375,881,7
023B6U42,567,57588,3
023C0P39,27073,383,3
023D4R41,769,27580,8
023E6C51,767,573,380,8
023F6Y46,767,569,279,2
015Y7N51,766,769,280
Composition 725K2,511,727,537,5
Composition 570I6,716,743,350
Roundup UltraMax42,561,743,350
Composition 41I5069,277,584,2

Due to Osh the BCI, made in the test composition 023F6Y and 015Y7N were oversampled by 10%. This test indicated no differences in efficacy between compositions containing monoethoxylate alkylamine surfactants from 9.5 EE and 11 EA.

Example 53

Evaluated the effect of oxalic acid together with a mixture of surfactants in compositions with a high load potassium salt of glyphosate. Got water composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate expressed in g ke/liter.

Table 53A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
388A6B487S21to 12.0----
388B5N490S2110,0Oxalic acid1,2KOH1,0
388C5T486S2110,0S222,0--
388D9J544S2113,0- ---
388E0A548S2110,0Oxalic acid1,0KOH0,45
Composition C472S239,0S224,0S241,0
Composition C391S410,0----

Compositions presented in table 53A, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 53b.

Table 53b

% Inhibition ABUTH 16 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
A05,854,279,2
388B5N2,56083,390
ST013,370,881,7
388D9J0/td> 4,256,774,2
YOU032,5to 78.385
Composition C0458085
Composition C11,776,787,589,2
Composition C000,88,3
Composition 570I0033,354,2
Roundup UltraMax1.777,58590

Composition C and the mixture Coco EO-kwata and branched PEG-7 C12-alcohol in combination with oxalic acid and COHN had the greatest efficiency.

Example 54

Evaluate the effectiveness of aminirovaniya alkoxysilane alcohols of the formula (9), dialkoxybenzene amines of the formula (39) and alkoxysilane alcohols of the formula (49) with a high degree of loading in a commercially available standard compositions. Were the resulting aqueous composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate expressed in g ke/liter. Oxalic acid was dissolved, was added KOH and molten surfactant, and then potassium salt of glyphosate. After this composition displacement is ivali in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60° C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable.

Table 54A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
607A8N484,4S406,0S56,0--
607B3E480,8S16,0S56,0--
607C0R480,8S306,0S56,0Oxalic acid1,2
697D2C488,1S196,0S56,0--
607E5G488,1S196,0S56,0Oxalic acid1,2
607F4K484,4S456,0S56,0--
607G4W488,1S456,0S56,0avelia acid 1,2
Composition C472S424,0S439,0Armeen C1,0

Composition 6070R, 607E5G and 607G4W additionally contained 0.7 wt./vol.% The end.

Compositions presented in table 54A, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 54b.

607G4W
Table 54b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
607A8N76,783,396,297,5
607B3E55,8809095,5
607C0R76,787,597,5of 97.8
607D2C3079,287,594,3
607E5G82,585,898,897,2
607F4K64,280,890a 94.2
85,889,294,799
Composition C25,8to 78.39091,7
Composition 725K11,731,775,877,5
Roundup UltraMax62,583,39096,5

Four compositions 607G4W, 607E5G, 6070R and 6078N with a heavy load had a higher efficiency than the standard drug Roundup UltraMax and composition C. Oxalic acid was increased effectiveness against cantica Theophrastus.

Example 55

Evaluated the effect of addition of oxalic acid from the point of view of the weakening action of surfactants in comparison with commercially available standard drugs. Were the resulting aqueous composition of the concentrate containing the potassium salt of glyphosate. Concentrations of glyphosate expressed in g ke/liter. Oxalic acid was dissolved, then added potassium salt of glyphosate and a surfactant. After this composition was mixed in a shaker batch action for 30 minutes at 60°C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and had a yellow color.

tr>
Table 55A
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
603A8U489,1S2110,0Oxalic acid1,2--
603B4Z492,8S2110,0Oxalic acid1,2KOH1,2
603C8J496,4S2110,0Oxalic acid1,2KOH1,2
603D2F489,1S2110,0Oxalic acid1,6--
603E5B496,4S2110,0Oxalic acid1,6KOH1,2
603F1E491,8S510,0Oxalic acid2,5--
603G7K536S57,0Oxalic acid2,0--
Composition 40K 472S424,0S239,0S241,0

Compositions presented in table 55A, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition 570I and Roundup UltraMax, inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 55b.

Table 55b

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
603A8Uto 78.385,89094
603B4Z7583,39094,8
603C8J8087,587,598,5
603D2F45,882,589,293,2
603E5B42,584,289,290
603F1E7084,286,790
603G7K8080,88593,3
Composition C6,7 808590
Composition 725K043,371,7to 78.3
Composition 570I11,756,776,7to 78.3
Roundup UltraMax7082,59094,7

The effectiveness of coconut AA + PEG 7 with added oxalic acid against cantica Theophrastus was similar to the efficiency of standard drug Roundup UltraMax and composition C.

Example 56

Evaluate the impact of hard water on different glyphosate compositions containing either cationogenic surfactant, or a mixture cationogenic and anionic surfactants with added without the addition of oxalic acid. Were obtained from dilute aqueous compositions containing the potassium salt of glyphosate and deionized water. Concentrations of glyphosate expressed in g ke/liter. The mass ratio of ke glyphosate : surfactant was approximately 3:1, the mass ratio caipirosca : oxalic acid was approximately 30:1. In some compositions were added calcium chloride (500 ppm) for hard water. All components were added simultaneously, and the composition was mixed in a shaker batch action in those which begins 30 minutes at 60° C. 24 hours after cooling to room temperature, all samples were stable, clear and colorless except for compositions 374D5T and NE that were unstable and muddy.

Table 56
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
374A2B62,7S12,0----
374B2E62,7S12,0--CaCl20,05
374C8P62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,2--
374D5T62,7S12,0Oxalic acid0,2CaCl20,05
374E3V62,7S152,5----
374F4R62,7S152,5--CaCl20,05
374G7L62,7S152,5Oxalic acid0,2--
374H1E62,7S152,5Oxalic acid0,2CaCl20,05

Compositions presented in table 56a, and comparative compositions: composition C, composition C obtained using hard water (composition KN), Roundup UltraMax and Roundup UltraMax obtained using hard water (Roundup UltraMax N), were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 56b.

87,5
Table 56b

% Inhibition ABUTH 18 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
374A2B28,379,286,789,2
374B2E048,381,785,8
374C8P60,88590,897
374D5T066,785,8
374E3V056,776,782,5
374F4R08,348,370,8
374G7L43,383,387,592,2
374H1E10,836,77584,2
Composition C002,524,2
Composition 725K H0000
Roundup UltraMax053,376,785
Roundup UltraMax H00of 17.568,3

Preferential efficacy of oxalic acid was still observed when using hard water, obtained by adding 500 ppm CaCl2as the carrier. However, hard water had a negative effect on the efficiency compared to similar compositions prepared using deionized water. But this effect was expected, since oxalic acid should form a chelate complex with the calcium present in hard water, and thereby reduce the number present oxalic acid, which affects the efficiency of these to the of mposite. With14-15alkyl(EO)13-dimethylpropyleneurea surfactants in combination with oxalic acid gave higher efficiency than similarly obtained compositions containing cationogenic tallamy/ester of phosphoric acid.

Example 57

Evaluate the impact of hard water on different glyphosate compositions containing cationogenic surfactant together with oxalic acid or without it. Were obtained from dilute aqueous compositions containing the potassium salt of glyphosate and deionized water. Concentrations of glyphosate expressed in g ke/liter. The mass ratio caipirosca :p Evernote-active substance was approximately 3:1, and the mass ratio caipirosca : oxalic acid was approximately 15:1 or about 18:1. In some compositions were added calcium chloride (500 ppm) for hard water.

Table 57a
TrackGlyphosate g/lComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
026F5M62S42,0----
026G5L62 S42,0Oxalic acid0,41--
026K7B62S41,0Oxalic acid0,33S51,0
026L3E62S41,0--S51,0

Compositions presented in table 57a; compositions presented in table 57a, to which was added 500 ppm CaCl2(indicated with the letter "H"), the comparative compositions: composition C; composition C obtained using hard water (composition C N), were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (Abutilon theophrasti, ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in table 57b.

Table 57b

% Inhibition ABUTH 17 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
026F5M46,771,780,893,3
026F5M-H554,26585,8
026G5L74,2 859095,5
026G5L-H21,771,781,790
026K7B62,580,887,593,8
026K7B-H21,752,57585
026L3E27,5657592,5
026L3E-H24,235,864,283,3
Roundup UltraMax46,777,586,791,7
Roundup UltraMax H028,36085

Hard water reduces the effectiveness of all compositions. However, this effect was expected, since oxalic acid should form a chelate complex with the calcium present in hard water, and thereby reduce the number present oxalic acid, which affects the effectiveness of these compositions. Oxalic acid, taken in relations caipirosca : oxalic acid comprising 15:1 and 18:1, contributed to the increase of efficiency in deionized and in hard water.

Example 58

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid included in the composition 480I, composition C and TD IQ, on the effectiveness of these compositions PR is against plant ipomea (IPOSS) and Mary white (CHEAL) at different rate and the relationship of the active ingredient to oxalic acid. Each of the compositions 480I, Roundup UltraMax and TD IQ, not containing oxalic acid and containing oxalic acid at mass relations caipirosca: oxalic acid, the components of 3:1, 15:1 and 30:1, tested at the rate of 390, 585, 780 and 1040 g of the active ingredient (ke) per hectare. Comparative compositions Roundup UltraMax without the addition of oxalic acid were tested for effectiveness against and CHEAL IPOSS at the rate of 390, 585, 780 and 1040 g of the active ingredient (ke). The results are presented in tables 58 a, b, C and d.

Table 58A

percent weed control through 22 days after treatment composition 480I and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g of the active substance:g oxalic acid% destruction IPOSS% destruction CHEAL
390-41,5is 83.8
3903:15275,5
39015:15978,8
39030:1a 50.573,5
585-82,592
5853:18385,5
58515:182,3 91,5
58530:182,391,5
780-8989,3
7803:18688
78015:192,390,3
78030:1to 83.590,3
1040-92,392
10403:189,890
104015:1is 83.890
104030:188,391
Table 58b

percent weed control through 22 days after treatment composition C and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g of the active substance:g oxalic acid% destruction IPOSS% destruction CHEAL
390-46of 31.8
3903:145,327,5
39015:14521,3
39030:151,536,3
585-61,541,3
585 3:166,836,3
58515:16931,3
58530:16933
780-of 87.838
7803:170,831,3
78015:1is 83.841,3
78030:18436,3
1040-93,341,5
10403:18448,8
104015:182,341,8
104030:178,843,8

Table 58C trainers

percent weed control through 22 days after treatment composition TD IQ and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g of the active substance:g oxalic acid% destruction IPOSS% destruction CHEAL
390-48,876
3903:152,877,5
39015:15280,5
39030:152,5to 83.5
585-74,3of 87.3
5853:179,590,5
58515:184and 88.8
58530:176,389
780-88,388,5
7803:186,893,3
78015:1for 95.387,5
78030:192,591,5
1040-8587,5
10403:194,5to 89.5
104015:18684
104030:1 and 88.890,3
Table 58d

percent weed control through 22 days after treatment composition Roundup UltraMax without adding oxalic acid
Rate

(g ke/ha)
% destruction IPOSS% destruction CHEAL
39050,382,5
58579,892
78091,588,5
104090,384

Composition TD IQ, including oxalic acid, generally had a significantly higher efficacy against and CHEAL IPOSS than TD IQ.

Composition 480I, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher efficacy against IPOSS than composition 480I, or similar efficiency.

Example 59

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid included in the composition 360I, composition 450IS and composition 450I, on the effectiveness of these compositions against plant ipomea (IPOSS) at different rate and the relationship of the active ingredient to oxalic acid. Each is th of songs: song 360I, composition 450IS and composition 450I, cooked without oxalic acid, at mass relations ke glyphosate : oxalic acid, the components of 3:1, 15:1 and 30:1, tested at the application rate of the active ingredient 390, 585, 780 and 1040 g of the active ingredient (ke) per hectare. Comparative compositions Roundup UltraMax Dry without the addition of oxalic acid were tested for effectiveness against IPOSS when the application rate of the active ingredient 390, 585, 780 and 1040 g of the active ingredient (ke) per hectare. The results are presented in table 59A.

Table 59A

% destruction IPOSS 21 days after treatment composition 360I, composition 450IS, composition 450I and Roundup UltraMax Dry
Rate

(g ke/ha)
Glyphosate:SKComposition 360IComposition 450ISComposition 450IRoundup UltraMax Dry
390-a 50.55147,546,8
3903:1484442,5-
39015:149,845,349,8-
39030:153,8to 49.344,3-
85 -62,363,862to 66.3
5853:165,55962-
58515:163,86362-
58530:163,56665,8-
780-76,581,577,575,8
7803:173,377,870,8-
78015:168,87274-
78030:178,579,374,3-
1040-83,390,779,890,3
10403:179,877,577,8-
104015:18877,872-
104030:178,580,8to 78.3-

In General, the efficiency of compositions containing oxalic acid, when processing them IPOSS slightly from what was icals from the effectiveness of the composition, does not contain oxalic acid.

Example 60

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid included in the composition 360I, composition 450IS and composition 450I, on the effectiveness of these compositions against plant ipomea angustifolia (IPOLA), cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH), Astragalus sickle (CASOB) and sesbania the Konoplyova (SEBEX) at different application norms and relations of glyphosate to oxalic acid. Each of the compositions: composition 360I, composition 450IS and composition 450I, cooked without oxalic acid, at mass relations caipirosca: oxalic acid, the components of 3:1, 15:1 and 30:1, tested at the application rate of the active ingredient 325, 520, 715 and 910 g of the active substance (ke) per hectare. Comparative compositions Roundup UltraMax Dry without the addition of oxalic acid were tested for effectiveness against IPOLA, ABUTH, CASOB and SEBEX when the application rate of the active ingredient 325, 520, 715 and 910 g (ke) per hectare. The results, expressed in % destruction, are presented in tables 60 a, b, c and d.

Table 60A

percent weed control through 24 days after treatment composition 360I and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acidIPOLAABUTHCASOBSEBEX
325- 5052,576,343,8
3253:162,563,876,347,5
32515:16058,88052,5
32530:162,561,378,853,8
520-6571,378,855
5203:171,372,58056,3
52015:17077,586,361,3
52030:1707081,761,7
715-76,376,39076,3
7153:181,385for 91.378,8
71515:18081,3for 91.375
71530:181,386,39582,5
910-to 78.3to 78.388,3to 78.3
910:1 81,387,59078,8
91015:1is 83.892,5for 91.376,3
91030:177,592,59576,3
Table 60b

percent weed control through 24 days after treatment composition 450IS and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acidIPOLAABUTHCASOBSEBEX
325-52,553,87548,8
3253:162,562,576,356,3
32515:1of 57.561,381,350
32530:158,858,881,341,3
520-71,373,8is 83.860
5203:171,378,8is 83.867,5
52015:168,87082,5of 57.5
5203:1 68,87082,561,3
715-73,88592,5is 83.8
7153:186,396,392,577,5
71515:180for 91.396,380
71530:177,58593,878,8
910-81,377,59075
9103:178,8and 88.89078,8
91015:1is 83.89093,882,5
91030:181,386,39578,8
Table 60c

percent weed control through 24 days after treatment composition 450I and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acidIPOLAABUTHCASOBSEBEX
325-52,5of 57.5to 66.341,3
3253:1 53,85563,840
32515:156,361,362,540
32530:15556,363,841,3
520-61,367,57552,5
5203:168,363,38043,3
52015:171,368,878,847,5
52030:167,568,881,355
715-78,877,582,5to 66.3
7153:182,59086,367,5
71515:177,59086,372,5
71530:177,580and 88.873,8
910-7580is 83.863,8
9103:180959073,8
910151 80is 83.886,372,5
91030:18078,8is 83.870

Table 60d

percent weed control through 24 days after treatment composition Roundup UltraMax Dry without adding oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)IPOLAABUTHCASOBSEBEX
32556,36078,850
52073,871,3is 83.860
71582,58587,576,3
910is 83.887,59077,5

Composition 360I, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher efficacy against all types of test plants than composition 360I.

Composition 450IS, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher or similar effect as the composition 450IS, against all the tested plant species, and the composition where the ratio of glyphosate to oxalic acid is 3:1, were mostly higher efficiency than on the other songs, containing oxalic acid.

Composition 450I, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher or similar effect as the composition 450I, against all the tested plant species.

Example 61

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid included in the composition 480I, composition C and composition TD IQ, on the effectiveness of these compositions against plant ipomea angustifolia (IPOLA), cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH), sesbania the Konoplyova (SEBEX), barnyard grass plushie millet (ECHCG) and Astragalus sickle (CASOB) and at different rate and the relationship of the active ingredient to oxalic acid. Each of the compositions: composition 480I, composition C and composition TD IQ, cooked without oxalic acid, at mass relations caipirosca : oxalic acid, the components of 3:1, 15:1 and 30:1, tested at the application rate of the active ingredient 325, 520, 715 and 910 g of the active substance (ke) per hectare. Comparative compositions Roundup UltraMax without the addition of oxalic acid were tested for effectiveness against IPOLA, ABUTH, SEBEX, ECHCG and CASOB when the application rate of the active ingredient 325, 520, 715 and 910 g (ke) per hectare. The results, expressed in % destruction, are presented in tables 61 a, b, c and d.

15:1
Table 61A

Percent weed control after processing composition 480I and schA is spruce acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acidIPOLAABUTHSEBEXECHCGCASOB
325-to 66.361,353,893,880
3253:163,87041,394,880
32515:156,367,55096,377,5
32530:162,563,848,398,575
520-70756098,881,3
5203:178,890of 57.594,886,3
52015:178,88058,899,585
52030:18081,358,898,885
715-81,39662,5100for 91.3
7153:176,388,365/td> 97,5and 88.8
71515:178,8and 88.86597,593,8
71530:181,393,868,810092,5
910-86,398,567,510092,5
9103:186,39571,399,890
91015:18596,568,8100for 91.3
91030:186,39865100for 91.3
Table 61b

Percent weed control after processing composition 725K and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acidIPOLAABUTHSEBEXECHCGCASOB
325-5055357045
3253:163,870to 33.872,552,5
32515:1 56,361,331,368,848,8
32530:160704577,550
520-67,562,542,581,367,5
5203:173,875to 38.385,362,5
52015:173,87541,376,363,8
52030:1707538,881,3of 57.5
715-71,373,838,88063,8
7153:176,389,837,56571,3
71515:17581,337,576,367,5
71530:177,586,538,877,565
910-76,384,84087,571,3
9103:182,5 97,5358067,5
91015:18010046,388,572,5
91030:181,3is 83.841,376,378,8
Table 61c

Percent weed control after processing composition TD IQ and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acidIPOLAABUTHSEBEXECHCGCASOB
325-6572,55598,881,3
3253:17086,353,897,3is 83.8
32515:17076,352,592,380
32530:163,872,55093,377,5
520-80806098,885
5203:182,5806097,585
52076,384,363,89785
52030:182,57558,89277,5
715-81,390,86510092,5
7153:18592,365100for 91.3
71515:186,393,561,3100for 91.3
71530:18078,8to 66.39993,8
910-86,3for 95.367,510093,8
9103:187,598,871,310095
91015:18592,572,510095
91030:186,39768,810095

Table 61d

percent weed control after treatment with the composition of Roundup UltraMax, without to the of Alenia oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)IPOLAABUTHSEBEXECHCGCASOB
32563,86551,798,380
520807561,397,585
715809167,59993,8
91086,39771,310092,5

Composition C, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher efficacy against plant IPOLA, ABUTH and CASOB than composition C.

Compared with the composition TD IQ composition TD IQ, containing oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher or similarly effective against all species of plants, except ECHCG relations caipirosca to oxalic acid 3:1 and 15:1.

Composition 480I, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher efficiency or the same efficiency as the composition 480I, against all tested species except ECHCG.

Example 62

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid included in the composition 480I, composition C and composition TD IQ, on the effectiveness of these compositions against plants is of Antica Theophrastus (ABUTH), sesbania the Konoplyova (SEBEX), ipomea angustifolia (IPOLA), breast barbed (SIDSP) and Astragalus sickle (CASOB) and at different rate and the relationship of the active ingredient to oxalic acid. Each of the compositions: composition 480I, composition C and composition TD IQ, cooked without oxalic acid, at mass relations ke glyphosate : oxalic acid, the components of 3:1, 15:1 and 30:1, tested at the application rate of the active ingredient 420, 683, 946 and 1366 g of the active substance (ke) per hectare. Comparative compositions Roundup UltraMax without the addition of oxalic acid were tested for effectiveness against IPOLA, ABUTH, SEBEX, ECHCG and CASOB when the application rate of the active ingredient 420, 683, 946 and 1366 g (ke) per hectare. The results are presented in tables 62 a, b, c and d.

Table a

percent weed control after processing composition 480I and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acidABUTHSEBEXIPOLASIDSPCASOB
420-88,579,85591,878,8
4203:182,380,561,39372,5
42015:188,373,55592,874,8
42030:190,875,551,39681,3
683-93,5for 91.363,896,881,3
6833:196,893,568,8for 95.382,5
68315:19293,368,89680,5
68330:198,588,568,899,3is 83.8
946-97,386,570,895,884
9463:199,39577,59783
94615:1for 95.3937293,382,5
94630:198,8for 95.37298,382,3
1366-98,399,3to 78.399,383
1366 3:199,895,881,398,382,5
136615:199,796,379,79986,7
136630:199,599,883,399,583,3
Table 62b

percent weed control after processing composition C and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acidABUTHSEBEXIPOLASIDSPCASOB
420-68,8the 3.842,581,346,3
4203:189,3042,5of 87.348,8
42015:174,86,342,592,545
42030:171,8038,885,846,3
683-86,8the 3.847,592,346,3
6833:197the 3.85092,5 48,8

68315:1946,351,392,347,5
68330:193,35of 57.592,350
946-93,5106096,851,3
9463:199,36,356,39845
94615:1937,567,59853,8
94630:195,81062,59851,3
1366-97,37,570,398,355
13663:199,511,36590,851,3
136615:198,315to 66.39852,5
136630:199,56,367,59951,3
Table s

% destruction SOR is Jacob after processing composition TD IQ and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acidABUTHSEBEXIPOLASIDSPCASOB
420-91,572,551,390,582,5
4203:187,569,353,890,580,5
42015:193,377,556,390,379,8
42030:185,576,352,594,882,3
683-and 88.8and 88.865,8for 91.381,3
6833:199,39465,89878
68315:19688,561,39480,8
68330:193,5896590,882,5
946-9293,872,596,385,3
9463:199,399,3 77,596,8is 83.8
94615:199,597,368,896,382,5
94630:195,889,37094,581
1366-99,59674,598,581,3
13663:199,597,577,898,381,8
136615:197,597,57599,3is 83.8
136630:110099,8to 78.399,384

Table 62d

percent weed control after treatment with the composition of Roundup UltraMax without adding oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)ABUTHSEBEXIPOLASIDSPCASOB
42084,869of 57.59380,5
6839786,868,895,882,3
946 99,59673,89781
13669797,58096,883

Composition TD IQ, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher efficiency or the same effectiveness against plant IPOLA, ABUTH, SEBEX and SIDSP as composition TD IQ, and in particular, with respect caipirosca to oxalic acid 3:1.

Composition C, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher efficiency or the same effectiveness against plant IPOLA, ABUTH, SEBEX and SIDSP as composition C.

Composition 480I, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher efficiency or effectiveness against plant IPOLA, ABUTH, SEBEX and SIDSP as composition 480I.

Example 63

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid included in the composition 480I, composition C and composition TD IQ, on the effectiveness of these compositions against the plant Astragalus sickle (CASOB), desmodium (DEDTO), ipomea angustifolia (IPOLA), sesbania the Konoplyova (SEBEX) and cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH), at various application norms and relations of the active ingredient to oxalic acid. Each of the compositions: composition 480I, composition C and composition TD IQ, cooked without oxalic acid, at mass relations capitata : oxalic acid, components of 3:1, 15:1 and 30:1, tested at the application rate of the active ingredient 420, 683, 946 and 1366 g of the active substance (ke) per hectare. Comparative compositions Roundup UltraMax without the addition of oxalic acid was tested at the application rate of the active ingredient 420, 683, 946 and 1366 g (ke) per hectare. The results are presented in tables 63 a, b, c and d.

96,8
Table 63A

percent weed control after processing composition 480I and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acidCASOBDEDTOIPOLASEBEXABUTH
420-8497of 57.581,592
4203:181,594,3558094,3
42015:180,396of 57.58193,5
40 30:1789652,57989,8
683-84,598to 66.38799
6833:1829861,389,898
68315:18096,86582,599
68330:182,59867,584,399
946-87,5997093,599
9463:186,59972,59299
946 15:184,5977286,899
94630:1859871,388,599
1366-88,39775,39499
13663:190,59882,3for 95.399
136615:1849875,390,899
136630:1to 83.59880,893,399
Table 63b

percent weed control after processing composition 725K and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acid CASOBDEDTOIPOLASEBEXABUTH
420-3086,537,51081,3
4203:128,879,53510is 83.8
42015:1308042,51088
42030:131,384,341,31082
683-36,3of 87.3451090,5
6833:136,384,837,51092,8
68315:16,3 87,546,31092
68330:136,39646,31095,8
946-36,393,5451093,8
9463:137,588,546,31095,8
94615:13593,348,81096,8
94630:13590,346,31094,8
1366-409751,31097
13663:138,8 94,5501093,5
136615:141,395,856,31096,8
136630:142,5for 95.362,512,595,8
Table 63c

percent weed control after processing composition TD IQ and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acidCASOBDEDTOIPOLASEBEXABUTH
420-829648,87789,3
4203:182,3965575,591,8
42015:180,596 56,3of 76.886,8
42030:185,89652,579,893,5
683-80,89860,88598
6833:185,596,367,586,899
68315:186,59869,586,399
68330:18499658899
946-84,399to 66.38599
9463:186,39776,599
94615:184,89974,5to 89.599
94630:185,3997290,599
1366-89,89869,59899
13663:186,59977,59998
136615:187,59981,39999
136630:186,898819898
Table 63d

percent weed control after treatment with the composition of Roundup UltraMax, without adding oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)CASOBDEDTOIPOLASEBEXABUTH
42082,59756,37990
68385,59763,88498
94690,59972,58999
136690,399809999

Composition TD IQ, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher efficacy against plant IPOLA and SEBEX, CASOB and ABUTH than composition TD IQ, with respect caipirosca to oxalic acid 30:1.

Composition C, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher efficacy against plant IPOLA, and ABUTH than composition C when relations caipirosca to oxalic acid 15:1 and 30:1.

Example 64

Assessed the effect of oxalic key is lots included in the composition 480I, composition C and composition TD IQ, on the effectiveness of these compositions against plant ipomea angustifolia (IPOLA), cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH), Astragalus sickle (CASOB) and sesbania the Konoplyova (SEBEX) at different application norms and relations caipirosca to oxalic acid. Each of the compositions 480I, K and TD IQ, cooked without oxalic acid, at mass relations caipirosca : oxalic acid, the components of 3:1, 15:1 and 30:1, tested at the application rate of the active ingredient 455, 650, 845 and 1040 g of the active substance (ke) per hectare. Comparative compositions Roundup UltraMax without the addition of oxalic acid was tested at the application rate of the active ingredient 455, 650, 845 and 1040 g (ke) per hectare. The results are presented in tables 64 a, b, c and d.

58,8 58,8
Table 64A

percent weed control after processing composition 480I and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acidIPOLAABUTHCASOBSEBEX
455-53,853,89070
4553:1of 57.552,586,365
45515:161,386,367,5
45530:161,362,5and 88.861,3
650-58,862,5and 88.890
6503:16058,892,582,5
65015:162,563,8and 88.887,5
65030:158,86086,362,5
845-8071,392,5and 88.8
8453:167,568,890is 83.8
84515:17068,89082,5
84530:172,570and 88.882,5
1040-87,5is 83.893,890
10403:181,3is 83.89595
104015:18572,597,590
1040 30:181,373,89086,3
Table 64b

percent weed control after processing composition 725K and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acidIPOLAABUTHCASOBSEBEX
455-6056,37041,3
4553:1of 57.556,3to 66.345
45515:1of 57.5of 57.5to 66.340
45530:158,856,363,843,8
650-of 57.556,372,547,5
6503:162,56568,856,3
65015:161,358,871,345
65030:16563,87546,3
845-71,37068,842,5
8453:1 to 66.372,575of 57.5
84515:162,5to 66.373,8of 57.5
84530:161,361,38050
1040-76,376,382,563,8
10403:171,37577,548,8
104015:178,873,876,348,8
104030:168,88076,348,8
Table 64c

percent weed control after processing composition TD IQ and oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)g ke:g oxalic acidIPOLAABUTHCASOBSEBEX
455-62,558,8for 91.376,3
4553:162,563,8for 91.373,8
45515:1656587,572,5
45530:161,386,381,3
650-62,565for 91.3for 91.3
6503:167,573,8for 91.387,5
65015:163,871,3and 88.8for 91.3
65030:163,868,89081,3
845-7568,892,592,5
8453:167,568,892,587,5
84515:168,873,89593,8
84530:172,571,3for 91.390
1040-86,376,3for 91.390
10403:182,577,592,5is 83.8
104015:1is 83.87593,886,3
104030:18572,596,393,8

Table 64d

percent weed control after treatment with the composition of Roundup UltraMax without adding oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)IPOLAABUTHCASOBSEBEX
455to 66.361,393,870
650to 66.368,8for 91.390
84581,368,895and 88.8
104082,575for 91.393,8

Composition C, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher efficiency or the same effectiveness against plant ABUTH and SEBEX as composition C relations caipirosca to oxalic acid 3:1 and 15:1.

Composition TD IQ, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher efficiency plants against ABUTH than composition TD IQ relations caipirosca to oxalic acid 3:1 and 15:1.

Example 65

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid included in the composition 360I, composition 450IS and composition 450I, on the effectiveness of these compositions against plant ipomea angustifolia (IPOLA), cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH), Astragalus sickle (CASOB) and sesbania the Konoplyova (SEBEX) the ri various application norms and relations caipirosca to oxalic acid. Each of the compositions 360I, 450IS and 450I, cooked without oxalic acid, at mass relations caipirosca : oxalic acid, the components of 3:1, 15:1 and 30:1, tested at the application rate of the active ingredient 455, 650, 845 and 1040 g of the active substance (ke) per hectare. Comparative compositions Roundup UltraMax without the addition of oxalic acid was tested at the application rate of the active ingredient 455, 650, 845 and 1040 g (ke) per hectare. The results are presented in tables 65 a, b, c and d.

Table 65A

percent weed control after processing composition 360I and oxalic acid
Rate

(g ke/ha)
glyphosate:SKIPOLAABUTHCASOBSEBEX
455-51,360is 83.863,8
4553:161,363,877,572,5
45515:158,858,876,361,3
45530:158,8of 57.57571,3
650-613 708577,5
6503:161,3to 66.3and 88.878,8
65015:163,8to 66.38578,8
65030:162,572,581,370
845-67,5809081,3
8453:168,876,3for 91.377,5
84515:162,5708572,5
84530:168,878,8for 91.376,3
1040-73,881,396,3for 91.3
10403:176,378,896,3for 91.3
104015:176,3and 88.89586,3
104030:178,881,395 for 91.3
Table 65b

percent weed control after processing composition 450IS and oxalic acid
Rate

(g ke/ha)
g ke:g oxalic acidIPOLAABUTHCASOBSEBEX
455-58,873,88568,8
4553:163,87082,560
45515:161,37081,367,5
45530:1of 57.563,877,562,5
650-6073,886,382,5
6503:163,873,881,376,3
65015:1to 66.376,3and 88.8is 83.8
65030:163,876,387,576,3
845-77,575 92,582,5
8453:178,88095is 83.8
84515:17582,5for 91.382,5
84530:17573,8for 91.382,5
1040-and 88.88593,885
10403:1is 83.881,39585
104015:181,3and 88.893,887,5
104030:176,380and 88.8is 83.8

Table 65c

percent weed control after processing composition 450I and oxalic acid
Rate

(g ke/ha)
g ke:g oxalic acidIPOLAABUTHCASOBSEBEX
455-53,856,36043,8
4553:1 61,368,872,547,5
45515:156,3•56,363,848,8
45530:156,358,863,848,8
650-of 57.57071,346,3
6503:16072,576,370
65015:1to 66.371,378,862,5
65030:160is 83.872,558,8
845-6576,781,7to 78.3
8453:173,876,386,377,5
84515:1707582,576,3
84530:17580is 83.871,3
1040-76,376,38581,3
10403:182,582,593,886,3
104015:181,382,586,380
104030:178,8858585

Table 65d

percent weed control after treatment with the composition of Roundup UltraMax without adding oxalic acid
The application rate (g ke/ha)IPOLAABUTHCASOBSEBEX
4556061,3is 83.858,8
65061,373,88570
84577,577,587,575
104078,89093,881,3

Composition 450I, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher efficacy against all tested plant species than the composition 450I, and the composition having a ratio of glyphosate to oxalic acid 3:1, was more effective than other compositions containing oxalic acid.

As for IPOLA, the composition 360I, including oxalic acid, and had a significantly higher efficacy against all tested species R is steni, than the composition 360I, and the composition having a ratio of glyphosate to oxalic acid 3:1, was more effective than other compositions containing oxalic acid. Composition 360I used against other weeds, mostly did not detect a significant increase in efficiency in comparison with compositions containing oxalic acid.

For all plant species composition 450IS related glyphosate to oxalic acid 3:1 and 15:1, had mostly similar or better efficacy than the composition 450IS. For all species the effectiveness of the composition 450IS relevance of glyphosate to oxalic acid 30:1 was lower than the efficiency of the composition 450IS.

Example 66

Evaluated the effect of organic bases in combination with oxalic acid in tank mixtures containing potassium salt of glyphosate and alkylamidoamines surfactant M-E-2 (Tomah). Concentrations of glyphosate for each composition constituted 62.7 g ke per litre.

2
Table 66A
TrackComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%
630A2LS12--
630B6NS1Oxalic acid0,3

Compositions presented in table 66A, and a comparative composition Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants site edible (Cyperus esculentis, CYPES). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in tables 66b.

Table 66b

% destruction CYPES
Track200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha600 g ke/ha800 g ke/ha
630A2L72,880,480,486
630B6N63,781,87684,7
Roundup UltraMax75,870,679,791,7

The addition of 0.03% oxalic acid to the tank mixtures alkoxysilanes amine surfactant and potassium salt of glyphosate did not lead to a synergistic effect on plants site edible.

Example 67

Evaluated the stability of the drug Roundup UltraMax and oxalic acid in relation to rainfall precipitation when the mass ratio caipirosca : oxalic acid, equal to 15:1. Song Roundup UltraMax used at the rate of 300 and 500 g ke/ha and was evaluated in the absence of rain, when browneshill 0.25 inches within one hour after treatment and at the level of 0.25 inches of rainfall in two hours after treatment. The results are presented below in table 67a.

Table 67a

% Destruction ABUTH 15 days after processing
Song Roundup UltraMax.The lack of rainRainfall of 0.25" in 1 hourRainfall of 0.25" for 2 hours
300 g ke/ha84,632,549,1
500 g ke/ha94,855,772,5
300 g ke/ha + 20 g/ha of oxalic acid90,824,240,8
300 g ke/ha 30 g/ha of oxalic acid95,51550,8
500 g ke/ha + 33 g/ha of oxalic acid96,242,563,3
500 g ke/ha + 50 g/ha of oxalic acid99,348,361,7

A small increase in efficiency was observed for compositions containing oxalic acid, in the absence of rain. When processing plant cantica Theophrastus oxalic acid did not provide much resistance to precipitation than Roundup UltraMax, within one to two hours of precipitation.

Example 68

Assessed the effect of oxalic acid and ammonium oxalate in the SIS is neither cationogenic and nonionic surfactants in the compositions of ammonium salt of glyphosate. In addition, they tested the water composition of the concentrate obtained as described in example 21, and are presented in table 21A. In each composition the concentration of the ammonium salt of glyphosate was 62 g caipirosca per liter and the molar ratio of oxalate to nationalincome surfactant exceeded 10. Composition EM-0719G and comparative compositions AMM-GLY1S, AMM-GLY2S and Roundup UltraMax were applied to plants cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH), and the obtained results are presented in table 68A. Composition 0715V, 071E1M and 071F5W again tested in comparison with the reference composition AMM GLY3S at elevated standards drawing on ABUTH and, in addition, these compositions were applied to plants dandelion (TAROF) and white clover (MEUSS), and the results are presented in table 69b-d. Composition 071Q1A-071Z2C and 071AA2N-071AJ1Q and comparative compositions AMM-GLY1S, AMM-GLY2S and Roundup UltraMax were applied to ABUTH and the results obtained are presented in tables e and f. In each trial, the results of the treatments were averaged over all repeated experiments for each treatment.

Table 68A

% Inhibition ECHCF 15 days after processing
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
071I6B 20of 57.57585,8
071J5D2552,572,588
071K6J9,25067,575,8
071L1K32,559,27589,7
071M3X45,859,270,883,3
071N7U4050,87083,3
071O2W28,34564,275
071P9G48,361,776,794,7
AMM-GLY2S053560,8
AMM-GLY1S2547,567,585
UltraMax3049,268,386,7

The effectiveness of the compositions against ABUTH containing cationogenic surfactants (S51) with the addition of oxalic acid or ammonium oxalate, exceeded the effectiveness of the compositions without oxalate. The mixture cationogenic surfactants : nonionic surfactants comprising a 60:40 and 80:20, with the addition of oxalic acid, or is of kalata ammonium ensured effective against ABUTH, exceeding the efficiency of standard compositions or compositions that do not contain oxalate. Excellent efficacy against ECHCF had a composition containing a mixture of cationogenic surfactants : nonionic surfactant in the ratio at 60:40, with the addition of oxalic acid. Add nonionic surfactant to nationalincome surfactant resulted in a synergistic effect on ECHCF in contrast to only one cationogenic surfactants.

100 g ke/ha
Table 68b

% Inhibition ABUTH 19 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha800 g ke/ha
071A5V045to 78.390
071E1M3068,376,796,7
071F5W558088,395
AMM-GLY3S046,7to 78.386,7
Table 68

% Inhibition TAROF 19 days after processing
Track200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha800 g ke/ha
071A5V10507086
071E1M8,36073,387,7
071F5W8,373,385100
071E1M11,7606582,7
Table 68d

% Inhibition MEUSS 19 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha800 g ke/ha
071A5V513,321,733,3
071E1M6,7203036,7
071F5W8,31525to 38.3
AMM-GLY3S08,31523,3

Based on the data presented in tables 68b-d, the most effective composition against cantica Theophrastus and dandelion was the composition 071F5W, followed EM and 0715V. None of the estimated compositions had no effective inhibitory effect on white clover.

Table 68e

% Inhibition ABUTH
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
071Q1A1033,37587,5
071R5V27,530to 78.387,5
071T6N79,281,789,295,8
071U8M48,3to 78.38090,8
071V3Y84,2859096,7
071W2X47,568,383,392,2
071X0D82,582,591,798,7
071Z2C85,886,7a 94.298,7
AMM-GLY2S006080,8
AMM-GLY1S007084,2
UltraMax0,821,78089,2

Based on the data presented in table I, each of the compositions 071Z2C, 071V3Y, 071X0D, 071T6N and 071U8 was more effective than standard compositions the AI. Compared with the data presented in tables 21b and 68b, was reached similar superior performance, but using a different cationogenic surfactants.

Table 68f

% Inhibition ABUTH
Track75 g ke/ha100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
071AA2N24,252,58088,3
071AB7H5065,88593,7
071AD4N84,287,592,598,7
071AE3F65,874,285,893
071AF7B81,786,7a 94.299,2
071AG8O506584,287,5
071AH6X5564,285,894,7
071AJ1Q84,286,792,599,2
AMM-GLY2S007583,3
AMM-GLY1S0,846,777,587,5
UltraMax25,8658594,3

Based on the data presented in tables 68f, all compounds except 0712N were more effective than the standard composition. Compared with the data presented in tables 21b and 68b, was reached similar superior performance, but using a different cationogenic surfactants.

Example 69

Evaluated the effect of oxalic acid and ammonium sulphate on the system cationogenic:nonionic surfactants in dry compositions of the ammonium salt of glyphosate. Got dry composition of the concentrate containing the ammonium salt of glyphosate and auxiliary ingredients described in example 20 and shown in table 20A, and these compositions are then sprayed on plants of sesbania the Konoplyova (SEBEX) and breast barbed (SIDSP). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in tables 69A and 69b.

Table 69a

% Inhibition SEBEX
Track600 g ke/ha800 g ke/ha1000 g ke/ha2000 ke/ha
664A4D7575,876,782,5
664B5T73,376,6to 78.389,7
664C6G7072,573,385
AMM-GLY2S0055,8
460I2,56,77,522,5
UltraMax707577,583,3
IPA-GLY70,87577,580
470K73,375,876,780
AMM-GLY1S7072,575,880
650A7577,576,780
AMM-GLY3S69,272,57576,7

Each of the compositions 6644D, VT and 6646G was more effective than standard composition AMM GLY2S and 460I. All other standard and test composition had a similar efficiency.

Table 69b

% Inhibition SIDSP
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha800 g ke/ha
664AD 33,351,765,084,2
664B5T46,767,572,589,2
664C6G40,052,570,086,7
AMM-GLY2S5,040,045,060,0
460I25,051,760,871,7
UltraMax54,268,384,2for 95.2
IPA-GLY56,781,790,095,5
470K55,071,785,893,3
AMM-GLY1S35,863,373,385,0
650A49,261,775,086,7
AMM-GLY3S49,267,582,591,7

Composition 6644D and 6646G were not effective as Roundup UltraMax.

Example 70

We have estimated the influence of ammonium oxalate system cationogenic: nonionic surfactants in the compositions of ammonium salt of glyphosate. Received liquid composition except AT containing the ammonium salt of glyphosate and an auxiliary ingredient is s, listed in table 70A. The concentration of ammonium salt of glyphosate in each composition was 62 g ke/l Composition IT was a dry composition comprising 68% ke ammonium salt of glyphosate.

Table 70A
TrackComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
095A3CS690,73S500,49NH4-oxalate0,77
095I8JS690,49S500,73NH4-oxalate0,77
095C6HS690,73S470,49NH4-oxalate0,77
095J2LS690,73S500,49--
COS690,73S470,49--
095F8SS700,73S500,49NH4-oxalate0,77
483E7TS695,66S50NH4-oxalate0,77

Compositions presented in table 70A, and comparative compositions UltraMax and AMM GLY3S inflicted on plants of Indian mustard (BRSJU), cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH) and barnyard grass plushie millet (ECHCF). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in tables 70b-d.

Table 70b

% Inhibition BRSJU 17 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha600 g ke/ha
095A3C28,3of 57.581,789,2
095I8J3066,783,388,3
095C6H357585,891,7
095J2L21,779,284,287,5
CO11,75074,292,2
095F8S26,7758890,8
483E7T26,752,581,784,2
725K0530,861,7
UltraMax1554,277,5and 88.8
AMM-GLY3S18,347,579,290,5

Each of the compositions SN and 095F8S was more effective than standard composition, and the composition AT.

Table 70 C

% Inhibition ABUTH 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
095A3C84,290a 94.297,7
095I8J84,289,2a 94.298,5
095C6H77,586,790,896,2
095J2L84,287,59096,2
CO3,326,782,584,2
095F8S87,590,89699
483E7T82,59090,896,5
725K00010
UltraMax10 63,38590,7
AMM-GLY3S1068,38585,8

All songs, except CO, had a higher efficiency compared to standard compositions. The greatest efficiency had 095F8S, 095A3C and 095I8J.

Table 70d

% Inhibition ECHCF 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
095A3C18,36590,8for 91.3
095I8J24,264,283,387,2
095C6H1,7of 57.566,767,5
095J2L2,565,870,8to 78.3
095K9O8,337,565,867,5
095F8S406572,586,7
483E7T11,76576,780,8
725K01,7of 17.526,7
UltraMax5/td> 46,763,365
AMM-GLY3S5of 57.566,773,3

Each of the compositions 095A3C, 095I8J and 095F8S had a higher efficiency than standard, and other songs.

Example 71

We have estimated the influence of ammonium oxalate system cationogenic: nonionic surfactants in the compositions of ammonium salt of glyphosate. Were obtained compositions containing the ammonium salt of glyphosate and auxiliary ingredients listed in table 71. The concentration of the ammonium salt of glyphosate in each composition was 62 g ke/l

Table 71
TrackComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
085A4MS691,22----
085B6JS501,22----
085C2IS690,73S500,49--
085D6GS691,22-- NH4-oxalate0,77
085E4KS501,22--NH4-oxalate0,77
085F5VS690,73S500,49NH4-oxalate0,77

Compositions presented in table 71A, and comparative compositions UltraMax and composition C and AMM GLY3S inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH) and barnyard grass plushie millet (ECHCF). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in tables 71b and C.

Table 71b

% Inhibition ABUTH
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
085A4M15,849,27590
085B6J53,37591,7for 95.2
085C2I50,875,892,596,5
085D6G62,582,593,397
085E4K7087,5a 94.297,3
085F5V71,7 90,896,298,7
725K0,812,555,860,8
UltraMax20,86582,591,7
AMM-GLY3S8,3to 38.36585,8
Table s

% Inhibition ECHCF
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
085A4M3562,581,790,8
085B6J3056,775,884,2
085C2I50,863,383,389,2
085D6G31,754,272,585
085E4K32,559,271,780
085F5V45,861,785for 91.3
725K1,743,352,563,3
UltraMax33,366,779,285,8
AMM-GLY3S23,3of 57.56581,7

Su the composition, containing ammonium oxalate, had a higher efficacy against plant cantica Theophrastus compared to compositions that do not contain ammonium oxalate. With regard to the impact on barnyard grass plushie millet, the presence of ammonium oxalate did not give any significant increase in efficiency in comparison with compositions derived from one surface-active substances, and containing either only cationogenic or nonionic surfactant. Composition 085F5V had the greatest efficacy against weeds of both species. All the data presented suggest that there are three ways of synergies between cationogenic surface-active agent, nonionic surface-active agent and ammonium oxalate.

Example 72

Evaluated the effectiveness of the dry compositions of the ammonium salt of glyphosate containing system cationogenic:nonionic surfactants and inert substances in the field. Were obtained compositions containing the ammonium salt of glyphosate at a concentration, expressed in wt.% ke, and auxiliary ingredients listed in table 72A. The concentration of the ammonium salt of glyphosate in each composition was 62 g ke/l

Table 72A
TrackGlyphosate %Component 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
633R5Z68S72the 11.6Set s769,5--
634P7N65S71the 13.4S7711,0Sodium sulfite/set S740,4/

0,1
636H4C72--S7817,2Sodium sulfite/set S740,4/

0,1
637B9K72S505,2S69to 12.0Sodium sulfite/set S740,4/

0,1
768I9M65S738,0S138,0Ammonium sulfate10,0
7694G71S612,0S6410,0Oxalic acid8,0
483D6S68S507,9S69the 5.7Demoniacal8,3
420A3V68- -S7521Sodium sulfite0,4

Compositions presented in table 72A, including comparative composition 4203V (AMM GLY3S), were applied to the amaranth plant (AMAQU), cynodon dactylon (Cynodon dactylon, CYNDA), white clover (MEUSS) and knotweed (Polygonum aviculare, POLAV) at the rate of 960 g/ha, 1156 g/ha and 1564/ha Results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment and for each plant species, as well as the overall average for all species are presented in table 72b.

Table 72b

% Inhibition
TrackAMAQUCYNDAMEUSSPOLAVTotal
633R5Z65,350,353,539,652,8
634P7N70,358,749,137,155,1
636H4C63,258,349,53551,7
637B9K67,35348,240,453,2
768I9M68,257,748,542,154,3
769O4G61,8 5942,836,351,4
483D6S7560,9to 58.1-65,6
420A3V65,847,351,327,549,4

All the songs had a more effective action on the plant of cynodon dactylon (Cynodon dactylon, CYNDA) and knotweed (Polygonum aviculare, POLAV)than the standard composition 420A3V, while the total percentage of inhibition was calculated as the average percent inhibition for all tested plant species. As for knotweed (AMAQU), the composition 6347N and 483D6S were more effective than standard composition 4203V (AMM GLY3S) and ensured the destruction of plants by more than 85%.

Example 73

Evaluated the effect of oxalic acid in compositions with a high load potassium salt of glyphosate containing afieromeno surfactants in the presence of alkylpolyglucosides. Were obtained compositions containing the potassium salt of glyphosate at a concentration of 540 g ke/l

Table 73a
TrackComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
687A3C S7910----
687B9LS3210----
687C2FS7910--Oxalic acid1
687D1YS3210--Oxalic acid1
687E4ZS796S324Oxalic acid1
687F0MS794S326Oxalic acid1
687G4IS796S325Oxalic acid1

Compositions presented in table 73a, and comparative compositions C, UltraMax, C and 540KS inflicted on plants of Indian mustard (BRSJU). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment and for each plant species, as well as the overall average for all species are presented in table 73b.

Table 73b

% Inhibition BRSJU 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha800 g ke/ha
687A3C34,269,282,589
687B9L44,2of 57.57582,5
687C2F68,371,78594,5
687D1Y7070,877,587,5
687E4Z6073,379,294,7
687F0M72,573,381,785,8
687G4I74,27587,593,3
479K014,256,773,3
UltraMax6076,783,390
470K33,370,883,388,3
540KS4572,5and 88.8for 91.3

Composition 6872F and 687G4I had efficacy similar efficiency standard composition 540KS. Composition AS and 6874Z had lower efficiency, and their effect was similar to the effect of standard compositions UltrMax and C.

Example 74

They were re-evaluation of the effectiveness of oxalic acid in compositions with a high load potassium salt of glyphosate containing epilohmannia surfactants in the presence of alkylpolyglucosides. Each of the compositions AS-687G4I contained potassium salt of glyphosate at a concentration of 540 g K./L. were Evaluated by two additional songs, 079Q4 and 083DR7. Composition 079Q4 contains 480 g ke/l of potassium salt of glyphosate and 2% propylene glycol. In the composition 079Q4 and 083DR7 was added a stoichiometric amount of hydrochloric acid to convert surfactants S80 and S81 in their corresponding HCl salt. Composition 083DR7 contained 365 g ke/l Isopropylamine salt of glyphosate.

Table a
TrackComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
687A3CS7910----
687C2FS7910--Oxalic acid1
687D1YS3210--Oxalic acid 1
687E4ZS796S324Oxalic acid1
687F0MS794S326Oxalic acid1
687G4IS796S325Oxalic acid1
079AQ4S805S822S56
083DR7S812,25S325NH4-oxalate3

Compositions presented in table a, and comparative compositions C, Roundup UltraMax and K inflicted on plants brisket barbed (SIDSP). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment and for each plant species, as well as the overall average for all species are presented in table 74b.

Table 74b

% Inhibition SIDSP 14 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha800 g ke/ha
687A3C49,277,58592,2
687C2F6579,290,895
687D1Y46,766,7to 78.387,5
687E4Z61,772,585a 94.2
687F0M53,3of 57.5to 78.392,5
687G4I56,779,28895,5
079AQ462,5708593,3
083DR765,8to 78.392,596,5
479K20of 57.565,879,2
UltraMax5576,784,294
470K46,7to 78.382,594,3

All songs 687D1Y and 687F0 had a higher efficiency than the standard composition UltraMax and C. The low efficiency was the standard composition C.

Example 75

We have estimated the influence of ammonium oxalate and oxalic acid system cationogenic:nonionic surfactants in the compositions of ammonium salt of glyphosate. Were obtained compositions containing the ammonium salt of glyphosate and support the nutrient ingredients listed in table 75A. The concentration of the ammonium salt of glyphosate in each composition was 62 g ke/l

Table 75A
TrackComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
082A2VS351,14----
082B6GS350,57S500,57--
082C7HS350,57S500,57NH4-oxalate0,76
082D4FS350,57S500,57Oxalic acid0,80
082E9KS350,52S500,70--
082F6BS350,52S500,70NH4-oxalate0,70
082G3SS350,52S500,70Oxalic acid0,76

Compositions presented in table 75A, and compare the global composition Roundup UltraMax, AMM GLY2S and AMM GLY3S inflicted on plants of sesbania the Konoplyova (SEBEX). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment and for each plant species, as well as the overall average for all species are presented in table 75b.

Table 75b

% Inhibition SEBEX 19 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha800 g ke/ha
082A2V4,231,741,762,5
082B6G0,827,536,762,5
082C7H2,532,8to 38.377,5
082D4F033,336,770,0
082E9K1,725,850,865,8
082F6B2,532,534,275,8
082G3S3,332,544,272,5
UltraMax3,335,039,270,8
AMM-GLY3S4,236,740,861,7
MM-GLY2S 00,84,215,0

The effectiveness of the compositions meet the efficiency standard compositions.

Example 76

We have estimated the influence of ammonium oxalate system cationogenic: nonionic surfactants in the compositions of ammonium salt of glyphosate. Were obtained compositions containing the ammonium salt of glyphosate and auxiliary ingredients listed in table 76A. The concentration of the ammonium salt of glyphosate in each composition was 62 g ke/l

S70
Table 76A
TrackComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
095A0MS690,73S500,49NH4-oxalate0,77
095B6YS690,73S470,49--
095C4DS690,73S470,49NH4-oxalate0,77
095D6JS700,73S470,49--
095E3K0,73S470,49NH4-oxalate0,77
095F7BS700,73S500,49NH4-oxalate0,77
095G1Q--S471,22--
095H8T--S471,22NH4-oxalate0,77

Compositions presented in table 76A, and comparative compositions Roundup UltraMax, AMM GLY2S and AMM GLY3S inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH) and barnyard grass plushie millet (ECHCF). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment and for each plant species, as well as the overall average for all species are presented in tables 76b and C.

Table 76b

% Inhibition ABUTH 19 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
095A0M63,381,794,795,7
095B6Y1062,572,580,8
095C4D 59,282,589,296,0
095D6J34,263,374,285,0
095E3K60,886,794,397,0
095F7B64,290,097,598,3
095G1Q5,816,750,858,3
095H8T1,761,777,583,3
AMM-GLY3S6,765,076,788,3
UltraMax9,262,575,886,7
Table 76c

% Inhibition ECHCF 19 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
095A0M3065,867,586,7
095B6Y6,7of 57.559,268,3
095C4D2,560,060,870,0
095D6J2,5of 57.560,863,3
095E3K45,858,3 74,285,0
095F7B46,767,570,077,5
095G1Q4,2to 38.355,859,2
095H8T1,755,058,365,0
AMM-GLY3S32,562,568,380,8
UltraMax2,560,866,770,0

The effectiveness of the system cationogenic:nonionic surfactants containing oxalic acid was very high both for liquid and dry compositions used for the destruction of cantica Theophrastus. The effectiveness of the composition 0954D was slightly lower than the efficiency of standard compositions.

Example 77

We have estimated the influence of ammonium oxalate system cationogenic: nonionic surfactants in the compositions of ammonium salt of glyphosate. Were obtained compositions containing the ammonium salt of glyphosate and auxiliary ingredients listed in table 77A. The concentration of the ammonium salt of glyphosate in each composition was 62 g ke/l

Table 77A
TrackTo mponent 1 wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
089A4DS691,14----
089B8JS690,57S500,57--
089C5FS690,57S500,57NH4-oxalate0,76
089H0IS700,57S500,57NH4-oxalate0,76
089E2NS690,52S500,70--
089F7GS690,52S500,70NH4-oxalate0,76
089I5WS700,52S500,70NH4-oxalate0,76
089J1LS700,52S500,70--

Compositions presented in table 77A, and comparative compositions Roundup UltraMax and AMM GLY3S inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH) and barnyard grass plushie millet (ECHCF). Results the average is over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment and for each plant species, as well as the overall average for all species are presented in tables 77b and C.

Table 77b

% Inhibition ABUTH 18 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha800 g ke/ha
089A4D576,787,5a 94.2
089B8J72,386,796,599,8
089C5F86,791,799,0100,0
089H0I86,793,899,8100,0
089E2N74,286,7of 97.898,7
089F7G85,093,399,899,8
089I5W82,595,098,099,5
089J1L71,788,3of 98.299,2
AMM-GLY3S44,273,386,790,0
UltraMax33,379,293,896,5

The effectiveness of compositions containing NH4the oxalate was in the neck, what is the effectiveness of compositions that do not contain ammonium oxalate. All songs except 0894D, which contained cationogenic surfactant without the addition of nonionic surfactants or oxalate, were more effective than standard composition.

Table 77c

% Inhibition ECHCF 18 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha800 g ke/ha
089A4D46,771,789,290,0
089B8J50,084,292,5of 92.7
089C5F66,783,393,094,3
089H0I70,890,593,093,3
089E2N62,581,791,791,7
089F7G67,583,3a 94.290,0
089I5W61,780,893,3for 95.2
089J1L84,286,791,7for 95.2
AMM-GLY3S517 75,889,292,5
UltraMax59,2to 78.388,393,3

The effectiveness of compositions containing NH4the oxalate was higher than the efficiency of compositions that do not contain ammonium oxalate. All songs except 0894D, which contained cationogenic surfactant without the addition of nonionic surfactants or oxalate, were more effective than standard composition.

Example 78

We have estimated the influence of ammonium oxalate and oxalic acid system cationogenic:nonionic surfactants in the compositions of ammonium salt of glyphosate. Were obtained compositions containing the ammonium salt of glyphosate and auxiliary ingredients listed in table 78A. The concentration of the ammonium salt of glyphosate in each composition was 62 g ke/l

Table 78A
TrackComponent 1wt.%Component 2wt.%Component 3wt.%
089A3HS691,14----
089B9IS69 0,57S500,57--
089C5GS690,57S500,57NH4-oxalate0,76
089D3XS690,57S500,57Oxalic acid0,76
089E7VS690,52S500,70--
089F2ZS690,52S500,70NH4-oxalate0,70
089G8MS690,52S500,70Oxalic acid0,76

Compositions presented in table 78A, and comparative compositions Roundup UltraMax and AMM GLY3S inflicted on plants brisket barbed (SIDSP). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment and for each plant species, as well as the overall average for all species are presented in table 78b.

Table 78b

% Inhibition SIDSP 15 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha400 g ke/ha
089A3Hof 57.576,784,292,2
089B9I70,890,090,894,7
089C5G70,887,590,092,2
089D3X69,287,589,289,2
089E7V72,588,393,095,7
089F2Z74,286,789,293,0
089G8M69,287,590,093,0
AMM-GLY2S27,532,558,365,0
AMM-GLY3S54,271,787,590,8
UltraMax56,772,588,392,2

Example 79

Evaluated the action of acids, oxidizing agents and reducing agents in solutions of potassium salt of glyphosate. Compositions containing glyphosate, were obtained as shown in table 79A, where concentrations are expressed in wt.%, if it is not specifically mentioned.

Table 79A
ComponentComposition 553R2PComposition 368W2I Composition 318U8N
The IPA salt of glyphosate360 g ke/l--
Potassium salt of glyphosate-31%480 g ke/l
S83-7,4%7,4%
S849,6%--
S856,4%--
S86-4,9%4,9%
S871,5--
S881,0--
S891,0--
Octylamine6,5%6,5%

Aqueous compositions containing 5% potassium salt of glyphosate and the specified oxidizing agent or a reducing agent, were obtained as shown in table 79b.

Table 79b
TrackComponent 1wt.%
ASOxalic acid0,3
9017JL-malic acid0,3
901C0LL-5-methylglutaric0,3
901D2 L-tartaric acid0,3
901E7HDithiotreitol0,3
901F4VDithioerythritol0,3

Compositions presented in table 79A and b, and comparative compositions Roundup UltraMax and K inflicted on plants cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH). The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment and for each species are presented in table s.

Table s

% Inhibition ABUTH 15 days after processing
Track100 g ke/ha150 g ke/ha200 g ke/ha300 g ke/ha
901A4C50,865,074,285,0
901B7J8,322,563,370,0
901C0L18,335,035,869,2
901D2B6,730,853,371,7
901E7H13,325,037,566,7
901F4V26,728,355,074,2
553R2P53,376,7 85,889,2
368W2I37,572,5to 78.387,5
318U8N55,072,580,885,8
725K1,723,347,574,2
UltraMax28,368,380,087,5

Adding each of the oxidant or acid except dithiothreitol gave a slight increase in efficiency compared to the efficiency of the composition containing only one Sol (C). Oxalic acid gave the highest efficiency equal to or higher than the efficiency of Roundup UltraMax.

Compositions containing system cationogenic:nonionic surfactants in combination with oxalate, had a higher performance than the system with only one surface-active substance and standard compositions. In General, the addition of oxalic acid in this test did not give any significant advantage in destroying breast barbed.

Examples 80-99

Field surveys were undertaken to assess the synergistic action of demoniacally and oxalic acid in glyphosate compositions, including system cationogenic:nonionic surfactants or is istemi cationogenic surfactants. Glyphosate composition was applied after germination on all the weeds target if their height was usually from about 8 cm to 30 cm, depending on the plant species and environmental conditions. The size of the treated plots were 2 m wide and 4.6 meters in length. Processing was performed using barbells for spraying-sprinklers. The application rate ranged from about 93 to 112 l/ha were used cone nozzle spray fan type brand Mee-Jet with a corresponding pressure in the sprayer and the corresponding frequency and the height of vegetation weeds, as recommended in the technical manual to the Tee-Jet. Experimental scheme for each study involved the use of split-plot design with four repetitions (replicas). Each composition is usually applied when four or five rate in each test. All songs struck from the calculation of acid equivalent of glyphosate.

Traditional estimates of weed control were conducted at the time of maximum inhibition plants glyphosate compositions (14-35 days after treatment, or DPO). Evaluation was established on the basis of quantitative visual observations (0= no inhibition, 100= complete destruction, 85% = threshold for commercial ger is icenova preparation). Effect of glyphosate on plants growing in the treated plot, comparing the quality and capacity of plants growing on raw, the buffer area directly surrounding the plot.

Glyphosate-containing composition for the field test described in the examples 80-89, were obtained as indicated in the table below, where the concentrations are expressed in wt.%.

-
ComponentThe composition of

483Y9R
Composition 942G6EComposition 944R5WComposition 948U2P
Glyphosate68% of the ammonium salt of glyphosate68% of the ammonium salt of glyphosate68% of the ammonium salt of glyphosate31% IPA salt of glyphosate
S32---5,0%
S507,9%---
S695,7%5,7%--
S72-7,9%7,9%-
Set S740,1%0,1%0,1%-
Set s76--5,7%-
S90--1,8%
di-NH4-oxalate8,3%8,3%8,3%3,0%
Sodium sulfite0,4%0,4%0,4%-
HCl---0,1%
The polyethylene glycol---2,0%
S1-10,0%--
S56,5%---
S87,5%---
S30--10,0%-
S61---2%
S64---10,0%
S91-1,5%1,5%-
Oxalic acid0,8%1,2%1,5%8%

Example 80

Field trials to assess the composition 770W2 in comparison with a standard composition Roundup UltraMax against ragweed high (AMBTR) held in Monmouth, PCs Illinois. The results, the average over all repetitions op is tov for each treatment, presented in the table below.

% Inhibition AMBTR 21 days after processing
Track105 g ke/ha263 g ke/ha420 g ke/ha578 g ke/ha736 g ke/ha
770W2X28,862,881,085,3and 88.8
UltraMax28,859,576,082,391,5

Composition 770W2 containing the IPA salt of glyphosate, cationogenic surfactants and oxalic acid had a slightly better efficiency of inhibition compared with the composition UltraMax except those cases, when using the highest application rate.

Example 81

Field tests for evaluating the effect of the composition 770W2 against common dandelion (TAROF) in comparison with a standard composition Roundup UltraMax held in Monmouth, PCs Illinois. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition TAROF through 24 days after processing
Track325 g ke/ha585 g ke/ha845 GCE/ha 1105 g ke/ha1429 g ke/ha
770W2X46,048,362,369,573,5
UltraMax43,349,865,563,076,3

Composition 770W2 had the efficiency of inhibition, similar to the effectiveness of the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

Example 82

Field tests for evaluating the effect of the composition 770W2 against the Highlander vukovara (POLCO) in comparison with a standard composition Roundup UltraMax held in Monmouth, PCs Illinois. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition POLCO 23 days after processing
Track263 g ke/ha368 g ke/ha526 g ke/ha683 g ke/ha
770W2X56,579,392,396,0
UltraMax43,374,086,891,0

Composition 770W2 had higher inhibition efficiency than the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

Example 83

Field tests for evaluating the effect of the composition 770W2 against p is evela years (LOLPE), evening primrose (PRITR), cocklebur hard (LOLMG) and fire roofing (MALSI) in comparison with a standard composition Roundup UltraMax were carried out in Loxley, PCs Alabama. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment and for each plant species presented in the table below.

% Inhibition LOLPE 19 days after processing
Track526 g ke/ha788 g ke/ha1051 ke/ha1314 g ke/ha1577 ke/ha
770W2X95,810098,8100100
UltraMax97,398,8100100100

Composition 770W2 had the efficiency of inhibition, similar to the effectiveness of the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

% Inhibition PRITR 19 days after processing
Track526 g ke/ha788 g ke/ha1051 ke/ha1314 g ke/ha1577 ke/ha
770W2X75,381,886,594,093,5
UltraMax76,3 85,091,790,594,8

Composition 770W2 had the efficiency of inhibition, similar to the effectiveness of the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

% Inhibition LOLMG 19 days after processing
Track526 g ke/ha788 g ke/ha1051 ke/ha1314 g ke/ha1577 ke/ha
770W2Xof 87.886,894,599,596,3
UltraMax85,0for 91.398,0100100

Composition 770W2 had lower efficiency of inhibition than the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

% Inhibition MALSI 19 days after processing
Track526 g ke/ha788 g ke/ha1051 ke/ha1314 g ke/ha1577 ke/ha
770W2X71,3of 76.881,385,589,3
UltraMax69,573,382,0of 87.086,5

Composers who Oia 770W2 had the efficiency of inhibition, similar to the effectiveness of the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

Example 84

Field tests for evaluating the effect of the composition 770W2 against perennial ryegrasses (LOLPE), evening primrose (PRITR), cocklebur hard (LOLMG) and fire roofing (MALSI) in comparison with a standard composition Roundup UltraMax were carried out in Loxley, PCs Alabama. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment and for each plant species presented in the table below.

% Inhibition LOLPE 18 days after processing
Track390 g ke/ha585 g ke/ha780 g ke/ha975 g ke/ha1170 g ke/ha
770W2X81,598,895,0100100
UltraMaxof 87.898,895,510097,5

Composition 770W2 had the efficiency of inhibition, similar to the effectiveness of the composition UltraMax, with all the rate with the exception of the lowest application rate.

% Inhibition PRITR 18 days after processing
Track390 g ke/ha585 g ke/ha 780 g ke/ha975 g ke/ha1170 g ke/ha
770W2X70,882,084,387,5for 91.3
UltraMax74,381,084,390,391,5

Composition 770W2 had the efficiency of inhibition, similar to the effectiveness of the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

% Inhibition LOLMG 18 days after processing
Track390 g ke/ha585 g ke/ha780 g ke/ha975 g ke/ha1170 g ke/ha
770W2X75,085,086,589,095,0
UltraMax80,0is 83.886,394,895,8

Composition 770W2 had slightly lower efficiency of inhibition than the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

% Inhibition MALSI 18 days after processing
Track390 g ke/ha585 g ke/ha780 g ke/ha975 g ke/ha1170 g ke/ha
770W2X72,580,379,085,888,3
UltraMax74,373,580,780,084,3

Composition 770W2 had higher inhibition efficiency than the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

Example 85

Field tests for evaluating the effect of the composition 770W2 against Siti round (CYPRO) in comparison with a standard composition Roundup UltraMax were carried out in Loxley, PCs Alabama. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition CYPRO after 22 days after processing
Track1500 g ke/ha1750 ke/ha2000 ke/ha2250 g ke/ha2500 g ke/ha
770W2X80,577,5to 83.585,093,5
UltraMax77,080,880,885,589,3

Composition 770W2 had a slightly higher inhibition efficiency than the composition UltraMax with all the rate with the exception of the lowest application rate.

Example 86

Field trials to assess the activities of the Oia composition 770W2 against cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH), Astragalus sickle (CASOB), sesbania the Konoplyova (SEBEX), ipomea angustifolia (IPOLA), amaranth (AMASS) and breast barbed (SIDSP) in comparison with a standard composition Roundup UltraMax were carried out in Loxley, PCs Alabama. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment and for each plant species presented in the table below.

% Inhibition ABUTH 23 days after processing
Track210 g ke/ha420 g ke/ha631 g ke/ha840 g ke/ha1051 ke/ha
770W2X49,070,393,096,0100
UltraMax47,064,576,084,094,8

Composition 770W2 had higher inhibition efficiency than the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

% Inhibition CASOB 23 days after processing
Track210 g ke/ha420 g ke/ha631 g ke/ha840 g ke/ha1051 ke/ha
770W2X46,367,5of 87.093,095,0
UltraMax54,563,376,378,593,5

Composition 770W2 had a slightly higher inhibition efficiency compared to the efficiency of the composition UltraMax with all the rate with the exception of the lowest application rate.

% Inhibition SEBEX 23 days after processing
Track210 g ke/ha420 g ke/ha631 g ke/ha840 g ke/ha1051 ke/ha
770W2X43,864,081,879,092,8
UltraMax45,058,872,068,597,0

Composition 770W2 had a slightly higher inhibition efficiency compared to the efficiency of the composition UltraMax with all the rate with the exception of the lowest application rate.

63,3
% Inhibition IPOLA 23 days after processing
Track210 g ke/ha420 g ke/ha631 g ke/ha840 g ke/ha1051 ke/ha
770W2X47,570,571,881,5
UltraMax45,059,066,567,579,8

Composition 770W2 had a slightly higher efficiency of inhibition compared with the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

% Inhibition AMASS 23 days after processing
Track210 g ke/ha420 g ke/ha631 g ke/ha840 g ke/ha1051 ke/ha
770W2X85,096,098,097,099,0
UltraMax90,8for 91.398,094,598,0

Composition 770W2 had a slightly higher inhibition efficiency compared to the efficiency of the composition UltraMax with all the rate with the exception of the lowest application rate.

93,0
% Inhibition SIDSP 23 days after processing
Track210 g ke/ha420 g ke/ha631 g ke/ha840 g ke/ha1051 ke/ha
770W2X86,096,899,399,0
UltraMax85,0of 87.395,094,899,5

Composition 770W2 had a slightly higher inhibition efficiency than the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

Example 87

Field tests for evaluating the effect of the composition 770W2 against shepherd's purse (CAPBP) in comparison with a standard composition Roundup UltraMax were carried out in Stanville, PCs Mississippi. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition CAPBP 21 days after processing
Track260 g ke/ha390 g ke/ha520 g ke/ha650 g ke/ha780 g ke/ha
770W2X68,882,580,0and 88.892,5
UltraMax63,885,085,085,090,0

Composition 770W2 had the efficiency of inhibition, similar to the effectiveness of the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

Example 88

Field tests for evaluating the effect of the composition 770W2 against ipomea angustifolia (IPOSS) than the s with a standard composition Roundup UltraMax were carried out in Stanville, PCs Mississippi. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition IPOLA after 22 days after processing
Track325 g ke/ha455 g ke/ha585 g ke/ha715 g ke/ha845 g ke/ha
770W2X67,568,877,587,5and 88.8
UltraMax63,867,573,882,5is 83.8

Composition 770W2 had a slightly higher inhibition efficiency than the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

Example 89

Field trials to assess the validity of the compositions 483Y9R and 769R5V against cynodon dactylon (CYNDA) in comparison with a standard composition AMM GLY3S spent Pergamino, Argentina. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition CYNDA 14 days after processing
Track720 g ke/ha1080 g ke/ha1440 g ke/ha1800 ke/ha
483Y9R43,8 52,568,576,3
769R5V31,355,067,580,0
AMM-GLY3S28,845,051,363,8

Composition 483Y9R and 769R5V containing system cationogenic:nonionic surfactants and ammonium oxalate or oxalic acid had a significantly higher inhibition efficiency than the composition AMM GLY3S when all the rules are made. Composition 483Y9R and 769R5V gave a similar effect when all the rules are made.

Example 90

Field trials to assess the validity of the compositions 483Y9R and 769R5V against white clover (MEUSS) in comparison with a standard composition AMM GLY3S spent Pergamino, Argentina. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition MEUSS 17 days after processing
Track1080 g ke/ha1440 g ke/ha1880 ke/ha
483Y9R43,355,071,3
769R5Vto 33.850,048,3
AMM-GLY3S35,055,065

483Y9R had a higher efficiency of inhibition, than the composition AMM GLY3S when all the rules are made. Composition 769R5V was less effective than the composition 483Y9R and standard composition AMM GLY3S.

Example 91

Field trials to assess the validity of the compositions 483Y9R and 769R5V against amaranth (AMAQU) in comparison with a standard composition AMM GLY3S spent Algo Ledesma (Alejo Ledesma), Argentina. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition AMAQU 14 days after processing
Track748 g ke/ha960 g ke/ha1156 ke/ha1564 ke/ha
483Y9R46,773,875,0and 88.8
769R5V25,053,868,881,3
AMM-GLY3S33,368,875,080,0

Composition 483Y9R had higher inhibition efficiency than the composition AMM GLY3S when all the rules are made. Composition 769R5V was less effective than the composition 483Y9R and standard composition AMM GLY3S.

Example 92

Field tests for evaluating the effect of the composition 483Y9R against camelina (COMSS) in comparison with a standard composition AMM GLY3S Provo is or Pergamino, Argentina. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition COMSS 17 days after processing
Track2160 g ke/ha2640 g ke/ha2880 g ke/ha
483Y9R70,070,073,8
AMM-GLY3S67,574,573,0

Composition 483Y9R had the efficiency of inhibition, similar to the effectiveness of the composition AMM GLY3S when all the rules are made.

% Inhibition COMSS after 28 days of treatment
Track2160 g ke/ha2640 g ke/ha2880 g ke/ha
483Y9R81,385,389,8
AMM-GLY3S80,085,086,0

Composition 483Y9R had a slightly higher inhibition efficiency than the composition AMM GLY3S when all the rules are made.

Example 93

Field trials to assess the validity of the compositions 942G6E, 944R5W and 948U2P against asnode (LAMAM) in comparison with a standard composition 540KS conducted in FREDERICKSBURG, Texas. Re ulitity, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition LAMAM 23 days after processing
Track315 g ke/ha473 g ke/ha631 g ke/ha788 g ke/ha946 g ke/ha
942G6E60,874,072,569,576,3
944R5W66,572,571,374,574,5
948U2P67,563,066,874,379,8
540KS65,561,872,869,874,3

Composition 942G6E, 944R5W and 948U2P, each of which contain glyphosate and system cationogenic:nonionic surfactants, had a slightly higher inhibition efficiency than the composition 540KS when all the rules are made.

Example 94

Field trials to assess the validity of the compositions 942G6E, 944R5W and 948U2P against asnode (LAMAM) in comparison with a standard composition 540KS held in Thrall, Texas. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition LAMAM after 22 days after processing
Track315 g ke/ha473 g ke/ha631 g ke/ha788 g ke/ha946 g ke/ha
942G6E70,379,076,5-88,3
944R5W76,075,872,584,387,5
948U2P73,077,577,585,091,5
540KS70,074,072,8to 83.5and 88.8

Composition 942G6E, 944R5W and 948U2P, each of which contain glyphosate and system cationogenic:nonionic surfactants, found a slightly higher inhibition efficiency than the composition 540KS when all the rules are made.

Example 95

Field trials to assess the validity of the compositions 760Q3N and 761W0M against cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH) in comparison with a standard composition Roundup UltraMax held in Monmouth, PCs Illinois. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition ABUTH 23 days after treatment and
Track210 g ke/ha368 g ke/ha526 g ke/ha683 g ke/ha840 g ke/ha
760Q3N58,877,884,588,598,8
761W0M54,070,083,088,596,3
UltraMax43,367,081,587,5to 89.5

Composition 760Q3N and 761W0M, each of which contain glyphosate, cationogenic surfactant and oxalic acid had a slightly higher inhibition efficiency than the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

Example 96

Field trials to assess the validity of the compositions 760Q3N and 761W0M against cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH) in comparison with a standard composition Roundup UltraMax held in Monmouth, PCs Illinois. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition ABUTH 21 days after processing
Track158 g ke/ha263 g ke/ha420 g ke/ha578 g ke/ha736 g ke/ha
760Q3N 40,070,885,091,895,5
761W0M44,573,885,389,392,5
UltraMax33,364,882,885,390,0

Composition 760Q3N and 761W0M, each of which contain glyphosate, cationogenic surfactant and oxalic acid had a slightly higher inhibition efficiency than the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

Example 97

Field trials to assess the validity of the compositions 760Q3N and 761W0M against cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH), sesbania the Konoplyova (SEBEX), ipomea angustifolia (IPOLA), breast barbed (SIDSP) and Astragalus sickle (CASOB) in comparison with a standard composition Roundup UltraMax were carried out in Loxley, PCs Alabama. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition ABUTH 21 days after processing
Track420 g ke/ha631 g ke/ha840 g ke/ha1051 ke/ha1261 ke/ha
760Q3N97,398,310099,5100
761W0M98,010010099,5100
UltraMax94,810010099,898,0

Composition 760Q3N and 761W0M had the efficiency of inhibition, similar to the effectiveness of the composition UltraMax, when all the rules are made.

% Inhibition SEBEX 21 days after processing
Track420 g ke/ha631 g ke/ha840 g ke/ha1051 ke/ha1261 ke/ha
760Q3N63,073,880,083,086,8
761W0M62,577,878,082,886,3
UltraMax62,574,5to 83.586,891,5

Composition 760Q3N and 761W0M had a somewhat lower efficiency of inhibition than the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

% Inhibition IPOLA 21 days after processing
Track420 g ke/ha631 g ke/ha840 g ke/ha1051 Kaha 1261 ke/ha
760Q3N47,058,862,578,870,5
761W0M46,358,867,075,872,5
UltraMax47,057,061,375,374,3

Composition 760Q3N and 761W0M had a slightly higher inhibition efficiency than the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

% Inhibition SIDSP 21 days after processing
Track420 g ke/ha631 g ke/ha840 g ke/ha1051 ke/ha1261 ke/ha
760Q3Nand 88.895,898,099,098,0
761W0M90,094,899,098,094,8
UltraMax82,893,393,098,098,0

Composition 760Q3N and 761W0M had higher inhibition efficiency than the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

% Inhibition CASOB 21 days p the following processing
Track420 g ke/ha631 g ke/ha840 g ke/ha1051 ke/ha1261 ke/ha
760Q3Nof 87.3of 87.0of 87.3of 87.8of 87.8
761W0M88,588,5of 87.388,0of 87.3
UltraMax86,8of 87.3of 87.389,0of 87.3

Composition 760Q3N and 761W0M had the efficiency of inhibition, similar to the effectiveness of the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made.

Example 98

Field trials to assess the validity of the compositions 760Q3N and 761W0M against cantica Theophrastus (ABUTH), sesbania the Konoplyova (SEBEX), ipomea angustifolia (IPOLA) and Astragalus sickle (CASOB) in comparison with a standard composition Roundup UltraMax were carried out in Stanville, PCs Mississippi. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition ABUTH 21 days after processing
Track390 g ke/ha520 g ke/ha650 g ke/ha780 g ke/ha910 g ke/ha
760Q3N81,386,3 87,587,593,8
761W0M78,881,387,586,393,8
UltraMax65,071,372,586,3and 88.8

Composition 760Q3N and 761W0M had a significantly higher inhibition efficiency than the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made. Composition 760Q3N had a slightly higher performance than the composition 761W0M when all the rules are made.

% Inhibition SEBEX 21 days after processing
Track390 g ke/ha520 g ke/ha650 g ke/ha780 g ke/ha910 g ke/ha
760Q3N51,353,865,067,573,8
761W0M55,0to 66.3to 66.368,876,3
UltraMax58,853,868,877,581,3

Composition 760Q3N and 761W0M had a lower efficiency of inhibition than the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made. Composition 761W0M had a slightly higher performance than the composition 760Q3N, what all the regulations are made.

% Inhibition IPOLA 21 days after processing
Track390 g ke/ha520 g ke/ha650 g ke/ha780 g ke/ha910 g ke/ha
760Q3N62,572,575,072,582,5
761W0M58,872,575,071,386,3
UltraMax48,8to 66.370,072,580,0

Composition 760Q3N and 761W0M had increased the efficiency of inhibition compared with the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made. Composition 761W0M and 760Q3N had a similar efficiency.

% Inhibition CASOB 21 days after processing
Track390 g ke/ha520 g ke/ha650 g ke/ha780 g ke/ha910 g ke/ha
760Q3N76,375,0is 83.881,387,5
761W0M72,581,3is 83.882,590,0
UltraMax73,8 70,081,382,586,3

Composition 760Q3N and 761W0M had increased the efficiency of inhibition compared with the composition UltraMax when all the rules are made. Composition 761W0M and 760Q3N had a similar efficiency.

Example 99

Field tests for evaluating the effect of the composition 769R5V against knotweed (POLAV) in comparison with a standard composition AMM GLY3S conducted in Fontenelle, Argentina. The results, the average over all repetitions of the experiments for each treatment are presented in the table below.

% Inhibition POLAV after 22 days after processing
Track630 g ke/ha945 g ke/ha1260 g ke/ha
769R5V25,035,048,8
AMM-GLY3Sof 17.525,040,0

Composition 769R5V had a significantly higher inhibition efficiency than the composition AMM GLY3S when all the rules are made.

The present invention is not limited to the above embodiments and may have various modifications. The above description of preferred embodiments of the invention are presented only in order to familiarize the experts with his ideas and practical application, in order any person could use the present invention in its many forms and the best way to adapt this invention for a particular purpose of practical application.

With regard to the words "include" or "include", "includes" or "contains", "comprising" or "containing"used in this description and in the following claims, in this regard, applicants note that in the context of describing the invention, these words, unless specifically indicated, are used in its primary meaning and should be interpreted as "containing inclusive"and not "exclusively", and throughout the description of the invention the applicants put just such a meaning in these words.

1. The water composition herbicide concentrate containing:

glyphosate or its salt dissolved in the water environment, where the specified glyphosate is present in a concentration that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable volume of water, with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action, and applying this mixture on the leaves sensitive to the herbicide (susceptible to its action) plants; surfactant component in solution or stable suspension, emulsion or dispersion in such an environment containing one or more surface is about-active substances; and

oxalic acid or its salt, when applied which plant growth is inhibited to a greater extent compared to a plant treated with the standard mixture for the application, not containing oxalic acid or its salt but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action,

where specified surface-active component and oxalic acid or its salt are present in a mass ratio of 5:1 to 40:1,

where glyphosate or its salt of the acid equivalent and oxalic acid or its salt are present in a mass ratio of about 2:1 to 125:1, and

where a surface-active component comprises one or more surfactants selected from the group consisting of:

(a) aminirovaniya alkoxysilane alcohols having the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from about 8 to about 25 carbon atoms; R2in each of the (R2O)xgroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene; R3represents a linear or branched alkylene containing from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms; R4and R5independently represent hydrogen, hydroxyethyl, and linear and branched alkyl, containing from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms, and x is equal to the average number from 1 to about 30;

(b) a secondary or tertiary amines having the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from about 8 to 20 carbon atoms, R2and R3independently represent hydrogen or alkyl containing from 1 to about 6 carbon atoms;

(c) monoalkylated amines having the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the (R2O)xgroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene; R represents hydrogen, R4represents methyl and x is equal to the average number of from 5 to 13;

(d) salts dialkoxybenzene Quaternary ammonium of the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the (R2O)xand (R2O)ygroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen, R4represents hydrogen or a linear or branched alkyl, containing the s from 1 to 6 carbon atoms, the sum of x and y is an average number from 2 to 20, and X-is an agricultural-acceptable anion;

(e) Quaternary ammonium salts having the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 4 to 16 carbon atoms, R2, R3and R4independently represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 1 to 6 carbon atoms, and X-is an agricultural-acceptable anion;

(f) the amino esters of the formula:

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R2represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 2 to 6 carbon atoms, R3and R4independently represent hydrogen or (R5O)xR6where R5in each of -(R5O)xgroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene, R6represents hydrogen, and x is equal to the average number from 1 to 30;

(g) diamines of the formula:

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R4represents hydrogen, a linear or OSVETLENIE alkyl, containing from 1 to 6 carbon atoms, or

-(R6O)mH, R3and R5represent hydrogen or linear or branched alkyl containing from 1 to 6 carbon atoms, R2and R8independently represent alkylene containing from 2 to 6 carbon atoms, R6in each of the (R6O)mgroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene, X represents-C(O)-, m is an average number from 1 to 20, z is 0 or 1, and n, y, 0;

(h) dialkoxybenzene amines having the formula:

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the (R2O)xand(R2O)ygroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene, R3represents hydrogen, and x and y independently equal to the average number from 1 to 20;

(i) alkoxycarbonyl alcohols having the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 30 carbon atoms, R2each (R2O)xgroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene, R3represents hydrogen, and x is equal to the average number of from 5 to 40;

(j) glycosides of the formula

where n denotes the degree of polymerization of from 1 to 5, or the number of glycosidic groups, and R represents an alkyl branched or straight chain, preferably containing from 4 to 18 carbon atoms, or a mixture of alkyl groups having an average length within a specified interval;

(k) polysiloxane formula

where R1represents a CnH2nO (CH2CH2O)m(CH2CH(CH3)O)gX, n is 0-4, and equal to the number of from 0 to 30, b is equal to the number from 0 to 10, m is from 4 to 15, q is equal to the number from 0 to 4, X represents hydrogen, methyl or RHO3H2and R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, R8, R9, R10groups are methyl; and

(1) esters of phosphoric acid of the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 20 carbon atoms, R2in each of the (R2O)mgroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene, and m is a number from 1 to 10.

2. The composition according to claim 1, where the specified oxalic acid include alkali metal salt of oxalic acid.

3. The composition according to claim 1, where the specified glyphosate is predominantly the form of its potassium, monoammonium, diammonium or Isopropylamine salt.

4. The composition according to claim 3, where the glyphosate is predominantly in the form of its potassium, monoammonium or diammonium salt.

5. The composition according to claim 1, where the mass ratio of acid equivalent of glyphosate to surfactant is between 6:1 to 2:1.

6. The composition according to claim 1, where the surface-active component and oxalic acid or its salt are present in a weight ratio of from 5:1 to 20:1.

7. The composition according to claim 1 where the concentration of the specified glyphosate exceeds 400 grams acid equivalent (ke) of glyphosate per litre.

8. The composition according to claim 7, where the concentration of the specified glyphosate in excess of 500 grams of acid equivalent (ke) of glyphosate per litre.

9. The composition of claim 8 where the concentration of the specified glyphosate exceeds 540 grams acid equivalent (ke) of glyphosate per litre.

10. The method of reducing the content of surface-active component in aqueous herbicide composition of concentrate required to achieve the specified degree of suppression of growth, including the dilution of the composition according to claim 1 with water and applying the diluted composition to the leaves of plants.

11. The method according to claim 10, where the specified mass ratio of acid equivalent of glyphosate to the specified oxalic acid or its salts is between the t 2:1 to 50:1.

12. The method of suppressing the growth of ipomea, including the application of the aqueous composition according to claim 1 on the leaves of the specified ipomea.

13. The method according to item 12, where the specified mass ratio of acid equivalent of glyphosate to the specified oxalic acid or a salt thereof is between 3:1 to 30:1.

14. The water composition herbicide concentrate containing:

glyphosate or its salt dissolved in the water environment, where the specified glyphosate is present in a concentration that is biologically effective when the breeding of specified composition in a suitable volume of water, with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action, and applying this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants;

surfactant component in solution or stable suspension, emulsion or dispersion in such an environment containing one or more cationic surfactants and one or more nonionic surfactants; and

oxalic acid or its salt, when applied which plant growth is inhibited to a greater extent compared to a plant treated with the standard mixture for the application does not contain the specified oxalic acid and its salts of the compound but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture for the application of enhanced action,

where the specified surface of the but active ingredient and the said oxalic acid or its salt are present in a molar ratio, average of from 2:1 to 50:1, and

where glyphosate or its salt of the acid equivalent and oxalic acid or its salt are present in a mass ratio of 2:1 to 125:1, and

where the cationic surfactant component comprises one or more surfactants selected from the group consisting of:

(a) aminirovaniya alkoxysilane alcohols having the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 25 carbon atoms; R2in each of the (R2O)xgroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene; R3represents a linear or branched alkylene containing from 1 to 6 carbon atoms; R4and R5independently represent hydrogen, hydroxyethyl, linear or branched alkyl containing from 1 to 6 carbon atoms, and x is equal to the average number from 1 to 30;

(b) diamines of the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R4represents hydrogen, a linear or branched alkyl containing from 1 to 6 carbon atoms, or

-(R6O)mH, R3and R5represent water is a genus, or a linear or branched alkyl, containing from 1 to 6 carbon atoms, R2and R8independently represent alkylene containing from 2 to 6 carbon atoms, R6in each of the (R6O)mgroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene, X represents-C(O)-, m is an average number from 1 to 20, z is 0 or 1, and n, y, 0;

(c) monoalkylated amines having the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the (R2O)xgroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene; R3represents hydrogen, R4represents methyl and x is equal to the average number of from 5 to 13;

(d) Quaternary ammonium salts having the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 4 to 16 carbon atoms, R2, R3and R4independently represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 1 to 6 carbon atoms, and X-is an agricultural-acceptable anion;

(e) dialkoxybenzene amines of the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched al the sludge, containing from 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R in each of the (R2O)xand (R2O)ygroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene, R represents hydrogen, and x and y independently equal to the average number from 1 to 20; and

where the nonionic surfactant component comprises one or more surfactants selected from the group consisting of:

(f) alkoxycarbonyl alcohols of the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 30 carbon atoms, R2each (R2O)xgroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene, R3represents hydrogen, and x is equal to the average number of from 5 to 40;

(g) glycosides of the formula

where n denotes the degree of polymerization of from 1 to about 5, or the number of glycosidic groups, and R represents an alkyl branched or straight chain, preferably containing from 4 to about 18 carbon atoms, or a mixture of alkyl groups having an average length within the specified interval.

15. The composition according to 14, where the glyphosate is predominantly in the form of its potassium, monoammonium, diammonium or Isopropylamine salt.

16. The composition according to claim 1, where specified glyphosate is predominantly in the form of its potassium, monoammonium or diammonium salt.

17. The composition according to 14, where the specified surface-active component and the specified oxalic acid or its salt are present in a mass ratio of about 3:1 to 50:1.

18. The composition according to 14, where the specified concentration of glyphosate more than 400 grams of acid equivalent of glyphosate per liter.

19. The composition according to p where the specified concentration of glyphosate in excess of 500 grams of acid equivalent of glyphosate per liter.

20. The composition according to claim 19, where the specified concentration of glyphosate exceeds 540 grams acid equivalent of glyphosate per liter.

21. Solid composition herbicide concentrate containing:

ammonium salt of glyphosate present in a concentration that is biologically effective when breeding this composition in a suitable volume of water, with formation of a mixture for applying enhanced action, and applying this mixture on the leaves of susceptible plants; and

oxalic acid or its salt, when applied which plant growth is inhibited to a greater extent compared to a plant treated with a standard mixture for application that does not contain the specified oxalic acid and its salts, but otherwise having the same composition as the mixture shown for applying enhanced action, or

surfactant component that includes one or more surfactants selected from the group consisting of:

(a) aminirovaniya alkoxysilane alcohols having the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 25 carbon atoms; R2in each of the (R2O)xgroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene; R3represents a linear or branched alkylene containing from 1 to 6 carbon atoms; R4and R5independently represent hydrogen, hydroxyethyl, linear or branched alkyl containing from 1 to 6 carbon atoms, and x is equal to the average number from 1 to 30;

(b) diamines of the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R4represents hydrogen, a linear or branched alkyl having from 1 to 6 carbon atoms,

R3and R5represent hydrogen or linear or branched alkyl containing from 1 to 6 carbon atoms, R2and R8independently represent alkylene containing from 2 to 6 carbon atoms, R6in each of the (R6O)m groups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene, X represents-C(O)-, m is an average number from 1 to 20, z is 0 or 1, and n, y, 0;

(c) dialkoxybenzene amines of the formula:

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 22 carbon atoms, R2in each of the (R2O)xand (R2O)ygroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene, R represents hydrogen, and x and y independently equal to the average number from 1 to 20; and

(d) alkoxycarbonyl alcohols of the formula

where R1represents a linear or branched alkyl containing from 8 to 30 carbon atoms, R2in each of the (R2O)xgroups independently represents a C2-C4alkylene, R3represents hydrogen, and x is equal to the average number of from 5 to 40;

where the mass ratio of acid equivalent of glyphosate to the specified oxalic acid or a salt thereof is between 2:1 to 100:1 and the mass ratio of surfactant to oxalic acid or a salt thereof is between 1:1 to 20:1.



 

Same patents:

FIELD: organic chemistry, pesticides.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to concentrated pesticide solution, containing 0.5-50 mass/vol.% one or more water insoluble pesticides and lignin in mass ratio lignin/pesticide of 1:10-1:1, dissolved in polar solvent mixable with water in amount to adjust total volume to 100 %. Dispersed in water concentrated pesticide solution is applied onto pests or locus thereof.

EFFECT: storage stable products.

9 cl, 7 tbl, 2 ex

FIELD: organic chemistry, pesticides.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to concentrated pesticide solution, containing 0.5-50 mass/vol.% one or more water insoluble pesticides and lignin in mass ratio lignin/pesticide of 1:10-1:1, dissolved in polar solvent mixable with water in amount to adjust total volume to 100 %. Dispersed in water concentrated pesticide solution is applied onto pests or locus thereof.

EFFECT: storage stable products.

9 cl, 7 tbl, 2 ex

FIELD: organic chemistry, pesticides.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to concentrated pesticide solution, containing 0.5-50 mass/vol.% one or more water insoluble pesticides and lignin in mass ratio lignin/pesticide of 1:10-1:1, dissolved in polar solvent mixable with water in amount to adjust total volume to 100 %. Dispersed in water concentrated pesticide solution is applied onto pests or locus thereof.

EFFECT: storage stable products.

9 cl, 7 tbl, 2 ex

FIELD: organic chemistry, pesticides.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to concentrated pesticide solution, containing 0.5-50 mass/vol.% one or more water insoluble pesticides and lignin in mass ratio lignin/pesticide of 1:10-1:1, dissolved in polar solvent mixable with water in amount to adjust total volume to 100 %. Dispersed in water concentrated pesticide solution is applied onto pests or locus thereof.

EFFECT: storage stable products.

9 cl, 7 tbl, 2 ex

FIELD: organic chemistry, pesticides.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to concentrated pesticide solution, containing 0.5-50 mass/vol.% one or more water insoluble pesticides and lignin in mass ratio lignin/pesticide of 1:10-1:1, dissolved in polar solvent mixable with water in amount to adjust total volume to 100 %. Dispersed in water concentrated pesticide solution is applied onto pests or locus thereof.

EFFECT: storage stable products.

9 cl, 7 tbl, 2 ex

FIELD: organic chemistry, pesticides.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to concentrated pesticide solution, containing 0.5-50 mass/vol.% one or more water insoluble pesticides and lignin in mass ratio lignin/pesticide of 1:10-1:1, dissolved in polar solvent mixable with water in amount to adjust total volume to 100 %. Dispersed in water concentrated pesticide solution is applied onto pests or locus thereof.

EFFECT: storage stable products.

9 cl, 7 tbl, 2 ex

FIELD: organic chemistry, pesticides.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to concentrated pesticide solution, containing 0.5-50 mass/vol.% one or more water insoluble pesticides and lignin in mass ratio lignin/pesticide of 1:10-1:1, dissolved in polar solvent mixable with water in amount to adjust total volume to 100 %. Dispersed in water concentrated pesticide solution is applied onto pests or locus thereof.

EFFECT: storage stable products.

9 cl, 7 tbl, 2 ex

FIELD: organic chemistry, pesticides.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to concentrated pesticide solution, containing 0.5-50 mass/vol.% one or more water insoluble pesticides and lignin in mass ratio lignin/pesticide of 1:10-1:1, dissolved in polar solvent mixable with water in amount to adjust total volume to 100 %. Dispersed in water concentrated pesticide solution is applied onto pests or locus thereof.

EFFECT: storage stable products.

9 cl, 7 tbl, 2 ex

FIELD: agriculture, organic chemistry.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to agent for pest and acaridae controlling containing mixture of a) compound of formula I , wherein X represents C1-C4-alkyl; W, Y, and Z are independently hydrogen or C1-C4-alkyl; A and B together with the hydrogen atom to which they are attached form saturated C3-C6-cycloalkyl monosubstituted with (C1-C4-alkoxyl; D represents hydrogen; G represents hydrogen or group , wherein M is oxygen; R2 is C1-C8-alkyl; and b) compound selected from group containing acrinatrin, cypermetrin, alpha-cypermetrin, zeta-cypermetrin, cyflutrin, beta-cyflutrin,, deltametrin, lambda-cyhalotrin, phempropatrin, and biphentrin, wherein a) and b) mass ratio is from 25:1 to 1:1.

EFFECT: agent with synergic effect and increased activity.

3 cl, 12 tbl, 5 ex

FIELD: agriculture, organic chemistry.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to agent for pest and acaridae controlling containing mixture of a) compound of formula I , wherein X represents C1-C4-alkyl; W, Y, and Z are independently hydrogen or C1-C4-alkyl; A and B together with the hydrogen atom to which they are attached form saturated C3-C6-cycloalkyl monosubstituted with (C1-C4-alkoxyl; D represents hydrogen; G represents hydrogen or group , wherein M is oxygen; R2 is C1-C8-alkyl; and b) compound selected from group containing acrinatrin, cypermetrin, alpha-cypermetrin, zeta-cypermetrin, cyflutrin, beta-cyflutrin,, deltametrin, lambda-cyhalotrin, phempropatrin, and biphentrin, wherein a) and b) mass ratio is from 25:1 to 1:1.

EFFECT: agent with synergic effect and increased activity.

3 cl, 12 tbl, 5 ex

FIELD: herbicides, agriculture.

SUBSTANCE: herbicide composition is prepared as emulsion concentrate that is characterized by the presence of carfetrazon-ethyl, 2,4-D 2-ethylhexyl ester and organic solvent in the following content of components per 1 l of solvent: carfetrazon-ethyl, 2-50 g/l; 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) 2-ethylhexyl ester, 400-700 g/l. Xylene is used as an organic solvent. For control of weeds the above said composition is taken in the dose 0.5-0.6 l/ha that is diluted and cereal crops are sprayed in bushing out phase and maize - in phase of 3-5 leaves. Invention provides decreasing consumption dose of herbicides.

EFFECT: valuable properties of herbicide.

2 cl, 2 tbl

Herbicidal agent // 2271659

FIELD: organic chemistry, agriculture, herbicides.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to herbicidal agent containing compound of general formula I wherein X represents residue X1 or X2 and Z, R1 and R2 are as defined in claim of invention, and additional active substance selected from group containing bromoxynil, dicamba, flufenacete, metolachlor, atrazine, pendimethaline, imazetapir, iodosulfuron, nicosulfuron, 2-amino-4-(1-fluoro-1-methyl)-6-(3-phenyl-1-cyclobuthyl-1-propylamino)-1,3,5-triazine and N-[(4,6-dimethoxy-pyrimidine-2-yl)-aminocarbonyl]-2-dimethylamino-carbonyl-5-formyl-benzenesulfonamide. Compound of formula I and additional active substance are taken in mass ratio of 1:20-10:1, respectively.

EFFECT: agent of high herbicidal activity.

6 cl, 15 ex

FIELD: organic chemistry, agriculture.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to herbicidal composition containing synergetically effective amounts of (A) and (B) components, wherein (A) has formula II (R1 is C1-C6-alkyl, substituted with halogen; R2, R3 and R4 are hydrogen; R5 is rest of formula -B1-Y1, wherein B1 is direct bond and Y1 is acyclic C1-C6-hydrocarbon or cyclic C3-C6-hydrocarbon; F is -CH2-CH2-, -CH2-CH2-CH2- and CH2-O-; X are independently halogen or C1-C4-alkoxy; n = 0-2; and (B) represents one or more herbicides, selected from group containing isoprothuron, flufenacet, anylophos, ethoxysulphuron, mecoprop-(P), ioxinyl, florazulam, pendimethalin, MV 100, etc. Also disclosed is method for weed controlling using abovementioned composition.

EFFECT: composition with improved herbicidal action.

12 cl, 23 ex, 23 tbl

FIELD: organic chemistry, agriculture.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to selective herbicidal compositions, containing customary auxiliary substances, as well as: a) herbicidal effective amount of compound of formula I or agriculture acceptable salt thereof wherein R are independently C1-C6-alkyl, C1-C6-haloalkyl, C1-C4-alcoxy-C1-C4-alkyl, or C1-C4-alcoxy-C1-C4-alcoxy-C1-C4-alkyl; m = 2; Q is group of formula wherein R23 is hydroxyl and Y is C1-C4-alkylen bridge; and b) synergetically effective amount of one or more herbicides; and methods for controlling of undesired plants in tame cultures using the said composition. Also disclosed is composition containing customary auxiliary substances, as well as herbicidal and synergetically effective amount of 4-hydroxy-3-(2-methyl-6-trifluoromethylpyridine-3-carbonyl)bicyclo[3.2.1]octo-3-ene-2-one of formula 2.2 and herbicidal antagonistically effective amount of antidote of formula 3.1. Compositions based on 4-hydroxy-3-(2-methyl-6-trifluoromethylpyridine-3-carbonyl)bicyclo[3.2.1]octo-3-ene-2-one and herbicidal antagonistically effective amount of antidote, as well as methods for controlling of weeds and cereal grasses in tame cultures also are described.

EFFECT: compositions useful in effective controlling of many weeds both in pre-spring and post-spring phases.

5 cl, 63 tbl, 12 ex

FIELD: agrochemistry.

SUBSTANCE: invention provides a stable aqueous formulation of hydrophobic pesticide by emulsifying aqueous phase and a water-immiscible phase, the former containing poly(alkylene glycol) ether and the latter hydrophobic pesticide and one or several emulsifiers selected from group including carboxylate, sulfate, sulfonate, alcohol solutions of ethoxylated and alkylphenolethoxylate, fatty acid ethyl ester, sorbitol ester, ethoxylated fat or oil, aminoethoxylate, ethylene oxide/propylene oxide copolymer, fluorocarbon, and siliceous polymer.

EFFECT: increased stability of formulations.

38 cl, 1 tbl, 12 ex

FIELD: agriculture, in particular herbicide compositions.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to weed controlling method for tolerant cotton crops using (A) road spectrum herbicides selected from group (A1) glufosinate (salt) and related compounds; (A2) glyphosate (salt) and related compounds; and (B) herbicides selected from group containing diurone, trifluraeline, linuron, and pendimethalin; lactofen, oxyfluoren, bispiribac and salts thereof, pyrithiobac and salts thereof; setoxydim, cyclosidim, and cletodim; wherein components (A) and (B) are used in synergistically effective ratio. Also are described herbicide compositions containing compound from group (A1) or (A2) and herbicide from group (B).

EFFECT: effective controlling of weeds in cotton crops.

9 cl, 12 tbl, 3 ex

FIELD: agriculture, in particular method for controlling of weeds.

SUBSTANCE: claimed method for controlling of weeds in tolerant maize cultures includes application of composition comprising (A) road spectrum herbicide from group (A1) glufosinate (salt) and analogs, (A2) glyfosate (salt) and analogs; (B) one or more herbicides from group (B1) cyanazin, alachlor, nicosulfurone, rimsulfurone, sulkotrion, mesotrion, and penthoxamid; (B2) pendimethalyne, methosulam, isoxaflutol, metribuzin, chloransulam, flumetsulam, linuron, florasulam, and isoxachlorotol; and (B3) bromoxinyl, chlorpyralid, tifensulfuron, MCPA (2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic acid), halosulfuron, and sulfosulfuron, wherein (A) and (B) components are in synergic effective ration. Also disclosed are herbicidal compositions including compound from group (A1) or )F2) and herbicide from group (B).

EFFECT: effective controlling of weeds in tolerant maize cultures.

6 cl, 55 tbl, 3 ex

FIELD: agriculture, in particular herbicide compositions.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to weed controlling method for tolerant grain crops using (A) road spectrum herbicides selected from group (A1) glufosinate (salt) and related compounds; (A2) glyphosate (salt) and related compounds; and (B) one or more herbicides selected from group containing (B1) herbicides selectively effecting in grain crops especially against monocotyledonous weeds effecting on folia and/or soil (residual benefit); or (B2) herbicides selectively effecting in grain crops against monocotyledonous or dicot weeds effecting especially on folia; or (B3) herbicides selectively effecting in grain crops against monocotyledonous or dicot weeds effecting on folia or soil; or (B4) herbicides selectively effecting in grain crops against monocotyledonous or dicot weeds effecting on folia; wherein components (A) and (B) are used in synergic ration. Also are described herbicide compositions containing (A1) ) glufosinate (salt) and related compounds and herbicide from group (B); as well as herbicide compositions containing(A2) glyphosate (salt) and related compounds and herbicide from group (B); wherein components (A) and (B) are used in synergically effective ration.

EFFECT: effective controlling of weeds in grain crops.

6 cl, 70 tbl, 3 ex

FIELD: organic chemistry, herbicides, agriculture.

SUBSTANCE: invention describes a synergistic composition of herbicides comprising components (A) and (B) wherein (A) represents herbicide taken among the group of the formula (I):

wherein R1 means (C1-C4)-alkyl; R2 means (C1-C4)-alkyl; R3 means hydrogen atom; X and Y mean (C1-C4)-alkoxy-group; (B) represents one or two herbicides taken among the group of compounds or their acceptable forms: alachlor, metolachlor, acetochlor, dimetenamide, atrazine, cyanasin, metribusin, fluthiamide, nicosulfuron, rimsulfuron, primisulfuron, pendimetalin, sulcotrion, dicamba, mesotrion, isoxachlortol, metosulam, anilofos, fenoxaprop-ethyl, setoxydim, diclofop-methyl, MCPA, bromoxynil, pyridat, clopyralid, iodosulfuron-methyl, ethoxysulfuron, amidosulfuron, gluphosinat-amminium, isopropylammonium-glyphosate, imasetapir wherein components (A) and (B) are taken in the effective doses. Also, invention describes a method for control of weeds by using above indicated herbicide composition. Invention provides the development of the synergistic herbicide composition eliciting high activity.

EFFECT: improved method for control, valuable properties of composition.

6 cl, 26 tbl, 3 ex

The invention relates to the field of plant protection products that can be used against weeds in tolerant or resistant crops sugar beet and which as a herbicide biologically active substances contain a combination of two or more herbicides

FIELD: agriculture.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to application of ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid disodium salt (Trilon B) as plant growth stimulator and method for plant growth stimulation. Trilon B has high plant growth stimulating activity and may be used at ultralow concentrations.

EFFECT: new method for application of ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid disodium salt.

2 cl, 1 tbl, 3 ex, 1 dwg

Up!