Pre-Grant Publication Number: 20110028322
Filing Date: March 24, 2009Priority Date: March 25, 2008
Inventors: Keisuke Sekino, Keijitsu Tanaka, Yousuke Kaneyasu, Daisuke Sato
Assignee(s): SDS Biotech K.K.
Current U.S. Classification: 504, 504/123000, 504/118000
View Prior Art for Claim 00036
The weed control method as claimed in Claim 32, wherein a preparation or stock solution containing an oily extract as an active ingredient in an amount of 1 to 100% to the spray solution or atomizing solution is used by application to the foliar parts or roots of the target weeds, incorporation of the formulation or stock solution into the soil in pre-emergence of the target weeds and/or application to the soil surface in pre-emergence of the target weeds for the target weed control. Annotations(0) #1001GEL-FORM MOLDED RESIN COMPOSITION, PACKAGED VOLATILE GEL-FORM CHEMICAL, AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME Applies to Claims 19,20,21,22,23,25,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,34,36 Submitted by: Ryan O'QuinnLast updated: about 2 years ago
Patent/Application # EP1142959
European patent application where the invention comprises a "repellent" (of various types). Claim #40 claims "repellents" that in the disclosure are suggested to include the oil of the Japanese cypress and the oil of Thujopsis dolabrata, both of which are covered by the current application
Annotations(0) #1002The Study of Advanced Taxonomic and Conservation Techniques... Applies to Claims 19,20,21,22,23,25,26,27,28,29,31,32,33,34,36 Submitted by: Ryan O'QuinnLast updated: about 2 years ago
Title The Study of Advanced Taxonomic and Conservation Techniques Applying on Plant Species with Toxic or
This is a dissertation-like document apparently produced as a final report for a postdoctoral fellowship. As part of the study, the author evaluated plants in Pakistan and Japan that have allelopathic effects, i.e. natural herbicidal effects. Two of the plants studied that appear to have high value are in the family Cupressaceae claimed in this patent.
Annotations(0) #1003Applications of microencapsulated essential oils Applies to Claims 19,20,21,22,23,25,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,34,36,37 Submitted by: Ryan O'QuinnLast updated: about 2 years ago
Patent/Application # 12/222,741
Published US patent application disclosing insecticidal, herbicidal, anti-microbial, and anti-fungal applications of various plant essential oils, specifically pine needle oil and derivative oils of Thujopsis dolabrata. The pine oils are not explicitly claimed, however, Chamaecyparis obtusa essential oil is claimed as is Hiba essential oil, which is a derivative of Thujopsis dolabrata. Thujopsis and Chamaecyparis oils are claimed in the current patent application under review.