STP1527

    Pesticide Formulations and Delivery Systems, 30th Volume: Regulations and Innovation

    Lindsay David, Zollinger Richard
    Published: 2011


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    Nineteen peer-reviewed papers cover the latest research on:
    • Regulatory Issues—progress of the Joint Industry Task Force (JITF) and the concept of chemical substance clustering
    • Formulations—herbicidal efficacy and new research
    • Biological Efficacy—biopesticides, spray solution pH, and glyphosate activity
    • Drift Reduction Testing, Detection, and Modelingvlatest research on regulating spray drift


    Table of Contents

    Joint Inerts Task Force: Partnership of Suppliers and Registrants to Defend Inert Ingredients within United States Regulatory System
    Cleveland C., Swayze K.

    Chemical Clustering for Risk Assessment: Fatty Alcohol Alkoxylates
    Lindner G.

    Granular Formulations and Active Ingredient Distribution from a Rotary Spreader
    Bernal Y., Goss G., Henderson R., Johnsonbaugh A.

    Assessment of Oil Dispersion Pesticide Formulations Using Rheology and Near Infrared Centrifugation Techniques
    Keeney F., Oliver M., Qin K.

    OD Formulations Structured with Self-Activating Organically Modified Clays
    Halecky A., Lindner G.

    EW Formulations Using Polymeric Surfactants
    Hu Q., Lindner G.

    Application of New Solid Polymeric Dispersant, Easy-Sperse® P-20 (Spray-Dried Polymer Composites) in Suspension Concentrates and Water Dispersible Granule Formulations—Improvement in Suspensibility and Rain-fastnesss
    Jon D., Narayanan K., Patel J., Qu X., Zhang W.

    Development of a Novel Solvent-Based Formulation for Pesticides That Are Prone to Crystallization
    Leming D., Moreno V., Paganini G.

    Effect of Hard Water and Ammonium Sulfate on Weak Acid Herbicide Activity
    Nalewaja J., Peterson D., Young B., Zollinger R.

    Spray Solution pH and Glyphosate Activity
    Michael J., Penner D.

    Improving Formulations for Biopesticides: Enhanced UV Protection for Beneficial Microbes
    Behle R., Compton D., Kenar J., Shapiro-Ilan D.

    Spray Drift Reduction Technology Adjuvant Evaluation
    Elsik C., Schweiner T., Stridde H.

    Modeling the Spray Atomization of Emulsion Embedded Agricultural Solutions
    Cloeter M., Liu L., Qin K., Tank H., Wilson S., Yin D.

    Simulating and Characterizing Agricultural Ground Applications for Soil VOC Deposition Studies
    Faulkner W., Fritz B., Hoffmann W., Rohde A., Warren C.

    Analysis of Impact of Various Factors on Downwind Deposition Using a Simulation Method
    Fang A., Fritz B., Huang Y., Thomson S., Zhan W.

    Validation Testing of Drift Reduction Technology Testing Protocol
    Birchfield N., Ellenberger J., Khan F., Kosusko M., Rothman G.

    Spray Drift Reduction Evaluations of Spray Nozzles Using a Standardized Testing Protocol
    Bagley W., Birchfield N., Ellenberger J., Fritz B., Hoffmann W., Thornburg J.

    Evaluation of Spray Drift Using Low-Speed Wind Tunnel Measurements and Dispersion Modeling
    Bagley W., Birchfield N., Ellenberger J., Fritz B., Hewitt A., Hoffmann W., Khan F., Thornburg J.

    After 30 Years, How ASTM E35.22 and Gandy Company Have Survived Change
    Gandrud D.

    Author and Subject Index


    Committee: E35

    Paper ID: STP1527-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1527-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7513-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7513-6

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    STP1527-EB