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Biochemistry Acts by inhibition of protein synthesis and root elongation. Maize tolerance is attributed to rapid detoxification by glutathione transferases.
Mode of action Selective systemic herbicide, absorbed principally by germinating shoots, but also by the roots, with translocation throughout the plant, and accumulation mainly in vegetative parts rather than in reproductive parts. 
Uses  Alachlor is an aniline herbicide used to control annual grasses and broadleaf weeds in field corn, soybeans, and peanuts. It is a selective systemic herbicide, absorbed by germinating shoots and by roots. It works by interfering with a plant's ability to produce protein and by interfering with root elongation.

This compound is one of the most highly used herbicides in the U.S. Over 50 million pounds were applied annually in 1990. It is available as granules or emulsifiable concentrate.

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