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... . Ecological Effects: Effects on birds: Several dietary feeding tests indicate that 2,4-DB is practically nontoxic (LC50 values in excess of 5000 ppm) to waterfowl and upland game birds [33]. Effects ... the compound to freshwater or marine invertebrates. Effects on other organisms: 2,4-DB is nontoxic to bees [7]. Environmental Fate: Breakdown in soil and groundwater: In soil, 2,4-DB ...

... Use Pesticide (GUP). The U.S. EPA classifies it as toxicity class IV - practically nontoxic. Products containing DCPA bear the Signal Word CAUTION. Its only restrictions apply in ... is slightly toxic to practically nontoxic to fish depending on the species. It is practically nontoxic to bluegill sunfish and slightly toxic to rainbow trout. The compound is practically nontoxic to estuarine and ...
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Maclura pomifera (Raf
... protect the new sprouts from browsing livestock. Pole-sized and larger Osage-orange trees are practically immune to browsing, but seedlings and tender sprouts are highly susceptible. Recommended practice is to ... obtained from various parts of the tree (16,44,57). An antifungal agent and a nontoxic antibiotic useful as a food preservative have been extracted from the heartwood (5,24). Osage ...

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