The ISO Technical Committee on Common Names for Pesticides has provisionally approved 14 new active ingredient names. Those include seven herbicides, five fungicides, one insecticide, and one plant growth regulator.">

ISO approves 14 new pesticide names

19:29 PM | April 7, 2021 | Sanjiv Rana

The ISO Technical Committee on Common Names for Pesticides has provisionally approved 14 new active ingredient names. Those include seven herbicides, five fungicides, one insecticide, and one plant growth regulator.

The herbicides are: Chinese company Shandong Cynda’s aroylcyclohexanedione herbicide, benquitrione, under development code Y13161; Chinese company KingAgroot’s benzoylpyrazole herbicides, bipyrazone, cypyrafluone, fenpyrazone and tripyrasulfone (development code QYR301); Syngenta Crop Protection’s aroylcyclohexanedione herbicide, dioxopyritrione; and FMC’s oxazole herbicide, rimisoxafen.

The fungicides include: BASF’s benzanilide fungicide, flufenoxadiazam; Adama’s pyrimidine fungicide, flumetylsulforim, under development codes ADF-16 and DAS-609; Corteva Agriscience’s conazole fungicide, fluoxytioconazole, being developed under the codes X12499481, XR-481 and XDE-481; Corteva’s picolinamide fungicide, metarylpicoxamid, under development codes X12690747, XDE-747 and XR-747; and Chinese company Siricit’s aliphatic nitrogen fungicide, seboctylamine (Chinese common name xinjunan).

The insecticide is Bayer’s tetramic acid active ingredient, spidoxamat, under development code BCS-AA10147.
The 14th is Syngenta Crop Protection’s cytokinin plant growth regulator, anisiflupurin.