Pesticide Formulations and Application Systems: 13th Volume

    Berger PD, Devisetty BN, Hall FR
    Published: 1993

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    Covers a wide range of disciplines of interest to formulators, basic pesticide manufacturers, applicators, and suppliers to the agrochemical industry. 30 papers in sections of:

    • Formulation Technology

    • Spray Droplet Characteristics and Application Technology

    • Controlled Release Technology

    • Water Dispersible Granules.

    Many of the papers relate to safer and more efficient uses of pesticides.

    Table of Contents

    Surfynol Surfactants as Defoamers for Glyphosate Formulations with Alkyl Glycoside Surfactants
    Kassebaum J.

    Influence of Two Adjuvants on Rain-Washing Characteristics of Glyphosate Deposits from Trembling Aspen Foliage, Following a Field Spray Application
    Leung J., Webster G.

    Pyrethroid Microemulsions
    Fiquet L., Rebmann V.

    Use of Pregelatinized Starch and Other Polysaccharides for Improved Storage and Efficacy of Biocontrol Agents
    Bothast R., Jackson M., Schisler D., Slininger P., VanCauwenberge J.

    The Reduction of Herbicide Leaching Using Vinyl Pyrrolidone Copolymers and Methyl Vinyl Ether Maleic Acid Ester Copolymers
    Chaudhuri R., Narayanan K., Singh M.

    Processed Guar Gum in Agricultural Applications: New Interest for an Old “Inert”
    Hazen J.

    The Relation of the Pourability of Suspension Concentrates to their Viscoelasticity
    Dexter R., Szamosi J.

    Effect of Polyethylene Glycol on the Adsorption of Polymeric Surface Active Agent and the Stability of Concentrated Suspensions
    Berger C., Jimenez A., Memula S.

    Pesticide Microemulsion Concentrate Formulations Utilizing Fatty Acid Methyl Esters as Solvent Alternatives
    Skelton P.

    Effects of Solvents on Polymeric and Elastomeric Materials in Agricultural Chemical Systems
    Sandler R., Verbelen R.

    Formulation Test Methods and Statistical Experimental Design
    Becher D.

    Effect of Surfactant Type and Order of Addition on Droplet Size and Dynamic Interfacial Properties
    Berger C., Berger P.

    Effect of Drift Retardant Chemicals on Spray Drift, Droplet Size and Spray Pattern
    Ackerman K., Ozkan H., Reichard D., Zhu H.

    Physico-Chemical Properties, In-Flight Evaporation and Spread of Spray Droplets Containing Pesticide Adjuvants
    Downer R., Hall F., Thacker J.

    The Effect of Diluent Oils on the Electrostatic Atomization of Some Insecticides
    Chapple A., Downer R., Escallon E., Hall F.

    Degradation of Fluorescent Tracer Dyes Used in Spray Applications
    Salyani M.

    Rain-Fastness of Bacillus Thuringiensis Deposits on Conifer Foliage
    Devisetty B., Leung J., Sundaram A.

    A Simulation Model of the Dose Transfer of Foliar Applied Insecticides
    Chapple A., Hall F., Taylor R.

    Droplet Size Spectra of Dipel™ Sprayed Through Different Atomizers
    Devisetty B., Hewitt A., Huddleston E., Melchoir G., Ross J., Sanderson R.

    Measurement of Spray Distribution Uniformity for Agricultural Nozzles Using Spectral Analysis
    Kuhlman D., Slocombe J., Wang L., Zhang N.

    Development of Process Control Charts ( and R) for Evaluating Performance of 8004 Fan Nozzles
    Gottfried S., Kemble L., Krishnan P., Seemans D.

    Continuous Process for Starch Encapsulated Herbicides
    Carr M., Doane W., Wing R.

    Efficacy of Polymeric Controlled Release Formulations of Sulprofos Against Tobacco Budworm, Heliothis virescens (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) on Cotton
    Dailey O., Franz E., Latheef M.

    Comparative Performance of Culigel® Superabsorbent Polymer-Based Pesticide Formulations
    Levy R., Miller T., Nichols M.

    Use of Intelimer® Microcapsules to Control the Release of Agricultural Products and Reduce Leaching
    Greene C., Meyers P., Springer J.

    A Screening Test for Water Dispersible Granules Produced by Spray Drying
    Delli Coll H.

    New Manufacturing Processes for Making WDG Pesticides
    Gerety P.

    Recent Advances in Water Dispersible Granule Formulation Technologies Dealing with Non-Traditional Technicals
    Munie L.

    Measurement of Dynamic Granule Dispersibility Using Particle Size Analysis
    Haggard D.

    Grafted Polymers and Copolymers of Vinyl Pyrrolidone for Improved Water Dispersible Granules
    Chaudhuri R., Fu E., Narayanan K.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E35

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1183-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5238-0

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1888-1

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