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In the earthworm study performed by Robidoux et al (1999), sublethal toxicity (growth inhibition) as well as reproduction effects can be found at the lowest tested concentration (280.0±12.3 mg/kg) of the test substance, whereas lethality was not found at concentrations up to 2502.9±230.0 mg/kg dry weight soil.

The test substance had no effects on rye grass growth, alfalfa, Japanese millet and ryegrass plant emergence and biomass at doses of >= 1866 mg/kg dry weight soil.

The test substance had no effects on soil microflora after 12 weeks exposure to 12500 mg/kg dry weight soil.