29th Symposium on Pesticide Formulations and Delivery Systems

    Zollinger Richard, Rohde Arlean
    Published: 2009

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    The latest in this continuing series provides 13 peer-reviewed papers covering the latest advances in crop protection technologies and updates on regulatory issues related to the use of pesticides and drift reduction technology.

    13 peer-reviewed papers discuss:
    Adjuvants—evaluates the effectiveness of various adjuvants on tembotrione; ammonium sulfate and various water conditioning agents with glyphosate; slow release technology, and much more.
    Formulations—deals with processing shear time on EW formulations; alternative solvents and affect of chelating agents on the stabilization of formulations, and stabilization of suspension concentrates by double-comb polymers.
    Methods/Regulatory—encompasses antifoaming and defoaming in spray tank mixes; the status of pesticides in Germany; and the method review process within CIPAC.
    Applications—presents information on adjuvants for optimizing application and surfactant modeling.
    Drift Reduction Technology—includes information on the drift reduction technology program.
    Drift/Application—covers spray particle size and distribution as affected by various application parameters and using metal cations as tracers for spray deposits.

    Table of Contents

    The Influence of Tank Mix Additives While Making Low Volume Aerial Fungicide Applications
    Baxter L., Bretthaurer S., Gardisser D., Mauromoustakos A., Wolf R.

    Glyphosate Weed Control Enhancement with Ammonium Sulfate and Commercial Water Conditioning Agents
    Peterson D., Thompson C.

    The Effect of Adjuvants, Pesticide Formulation, and Spray Nozzle Tips on Spray Droplet Size
    Golus J., Klein R., Nelms K.

    Imazapyr Absorption and Translocation in Northern Red Oak and Red Maple as Affected by Herbicide Formulation and the Adjuvant Methylated Seed Oil
    Bernards M., Michael J., Penner D.

    Selection of Sequestering Agents Having Affinity for Calcium Ion for Stabilization of the Emulsifiable Concentrate Formulations
    Kozuki Y., Ohtsubo T., Sasaki M.

    A Predictive Solubility Tool for Pesticide Emulsifiable Concentrate Formulations
    Kozuki Y., Ohtsubo T.

    Stabilization of Suspension Concentrate Formulations via Specialized Double-Comb Polymers
    Bergström K., Hazen J.

    Effect of Processing Shear Time on EW Formulations
    Costello L.

    Antifoaming and Defoaming in Agricultural Tank Mixes: Revisiting, Revising, and Reviving a Method
    O'Connell T., Ruscko L.

    Evaluation of a Proposed Drift Reduction Technology High-Speed Wind Tunnel Testing Protocol
    Fritz B., Hoffmann W., Lan Y.

    Development and Testing of a Laboratory Spray Table Methodology to Bioassay Simulated Levels of Aerial Spray Drift
    Fritz B., Hoffmann W., López J., Parker C.

    Evaluation of the EPA Drift Reduction Technology (DRT) Low-Speed Wind Tunnel Protocol
    Fritz B., Hoffmann W., Lan Y.

    Multiple Metal Cations as Spray Deposit Tracers and Evaluation of the AGDISP Ground Boom Spray Drift Model
    Connell R., Steele K., Zabkiewicz J.

    Committee: E35

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1520-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-8397-1

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7506-8

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