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In soil, the substance is not volatile and is of low to medium mobility, but will undergo rapid primary degradation under aerobic conditions, with the endpoint of the pathway being mineralisation to carbon dioxide or incorporation into residues bound to the soil.

In water, the substance is hydrolytically stable, and undergoes only slow primary degradation in sediment and water under anaerobic conditions in the dark, but is susceptible to solution photolysis throughout the environmentally relevant range of pH 5 to pH 9.

In water, the substance is expected to be not “not readily biodegradable” based on the results on the read-across substances atrazine e propazine.

The substance is expected to have a low potential for aquatic / sediment bioaccumulation as its measured bioconcentration factor in fish is BCF <100.

The substance is not expected to bioaccumulate or persist in the environment.