STP1470

    Pesticide Formulations and Delivery Systems, 25th Volume: Advances in Crop Protection Technologies

    Salyani M, Lindner G

    Pages: 212

    Published: 2006

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    Twenty peer-reviewed papers provide the latest advances in crop protection technologies and updates on regulatory issues related to the use of pesticides.

    Topics cover:

    Developments in Pesticide Formulations—formulating unstable active ingredients in liquid delivery systems; techniques for overcoming herbicide antagonism; a technique for evaluating compatibility of pesticides and fertilizers in spray tank mixes, and much more.

    Innovations in Adjuvant Chemistry—a new application for fatty amine alkoxylates; efficacy enhancement of tribenuron herbicide; and the effects of formulations containing alkyl glucosides and ethylene oxide-propylene oxide block copolymers, and additional information.

    Advances in Application Technology Research—interactions of spray liquid properties, air temperature, and nozzle performance; nozzle/formulation interactions in terms of rebound characteristics of spray droplets; comparison of field-collected data and the AGDISP model predictions of spray flux in aerial applications; variation of droplet size distribution along the flight line of rotary atomizers and more.


    Table of Contents

    The E35.22 Symposium at 25 Years, Still Growing?
    Lindsay A.

    Development of a Dry Applied Dispersible Granular Pesticide Carrier
    Anderson C., Birthisel T., Lynch J.

    Surfactant-Enhanced Release of Permethrin from a Cellulosic Granular Carrier
    Stern A.

    Use of Carbodiimides as Stabilizing Agents to Deliver Water—Labile Active Ingredients in Liquid Systems Including Aqueous Medium—Amitraz as a Case Study
    Beestman G., Jon D., Narayanan K.

    Dearomatized Fluids Used in Phenoxy Herbicides for Right-of-Way Sprays
    Krevalis M.

    Investigation into the Use of Hydroxy-Containing Amides for Oil Flowable Formulations
    Chokshi K., Kowalik R., Krevalis M., Kuo K.

    Increasing the Biological Activity of Weak Acid Herbicides by Increasing and Decreasing the pH of the Spray Mixture
    Green J., Hale T.

    Influence of Clethodim Formulation and Oil Adjuvants on Weed Control and Overcoming Herbicide Antagonism
    Howatt K., Zollinger R.

    Characterization of Sulfonated Lignin Dispersants by Hydrophobic Interactive Chromatography
    Gretland K., Gustafsson J., Lebo S., Winowiski T.

    Fatty Amine Alkoxylates as Effective Adjuvants for Strobilurin Fungicide Applications on Field and Orchard Crops
    Hazen J.

    Ethylenediamine Alkoxylates and Their Use as Adjuvants in Glypliosate Formulations
    Elsik C., Stridde H.

    Suitable Adjuvant to Maximize Trifloxysulfuron Efficacy and Early Assessment of Herbicide Efficacy Using Chlorophyll Fluorescence
    Singh M., Singh S.

    Influence of Adjuvants on Weed Control from Tribenuron
    Zollinger R.

    Improving the Infiltration of Water through Repellent Soils Using Synergistic Surfactant Blends Based on Alkyl Glucosides and Ethylene Oxide-Propylene Oxide Block Copolymers
    Bially P., Buckman R., Kostka S.

    Factors Influencing the Performance of Spray Delivery Systems: A Review of Recent Developments
    Miller P., Tuck C.

    Nozzle Formulation Interactions: Consequences for Spray Droplet Adhesion to Plant Surfaces
    Downer R., Ebert R., Hacker J.

    Field-Collected and AGDISP-Predicted Spray Flux from an Aerial Application
    Hoffmann W.

    Flight Line Variability in Rotary Atomizer Drop Size Distribution
    Cameron R., Cormier G., Davies D., Karipot A., LeClerc M., Reardon R., Teske M., Thistle H.

    Comparisons of Drift Reducing/Deposition Aid Tank Mixes for Fixed Wing Aerial Applications
    Gardisser D., Loughin T., Wolf R.

    Fluorescent Intensity of Dye Solutions under Different pH Conditions
    Brazee R., Derksen R., Fox R., Krause C., Ozkan H., Zhu H.

    Development and Testing of a Recommendation System to Schedule Copper Sprays for Citrus Disease Control
    Albrigo L., Beck H., Stover E., Timmer L.

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    Committee: E35

    Paper ID: STP1470-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1470-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5510-7

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-3496-6

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