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Monosodium methyl arsenate
Some of its trade names are Ansar 170, Ansar 170L, Ansar 529, Ansar 529 HC, Ansar 6.6, Asazol, Bueno, Bueno 6, CCRIS 4676, Caswell No. 582, Daconate, Daconate 6, Dal-E-Rad, Dal-E-Rad 120, Drexar, EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 013803, Gepiron, HSDB 754, Herb-All, Herban M, Merge, Merge 823, Mesamate, Mesamate H.C., Mesamate-400, Mesamate-600, and Sodium methylarsonate.
Additional recommended knowledge
It is one of the most common herbicides used on golf courses. It is typically used for control of grassy weeds such as crabgrass.
It is a less toxic organic form of arsenic, which has replaced the lead hydrogen arsenate's role in agriculture.
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