STP1537

    Pesticide Formulations and Delivery Systems, 31st Volume: Innovative Green Chemistries for the 21st Century

    Devisetty Bala
    Published: 2011


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    Thirteen peer-reviewed papers touch upon critical aspects in pesticide formulations and delivery systems.

    Topics cover:

    Advances in Green Formulation Technology—covers design of green matrices, environmentally friendly solvents, botanical pesticides for public health, organic herbicides, and more

    Adjuvants and Test Methods—deals with novel surfactant derivatives for improving the infiltration of irrigation water into repellent soil, development of an ASTM test method for adjuvants in spray drift reduction programs, a florescent tracer method for evaluating spray transport and fate, and a test method for evaluating water condition adjuvants

    Drift Reduction—Formulation and Application Technologies focuses on formulation development and application technologies


    Table of Contents

    Approaches Towards Design of Green Matrices to Formulate Agricultural and Bio-active Materials and Provide Improved Efficacy

    31th Symposium on Pesticide Formulations and Delivery Systems: Innovative Green Chemistries for the 21st Century on 12 October 2010 in San Antonio, TX.


    Jon D., Narayanan K., Patel J., Qu X., Zhang T.

    Emulsification Performance Used for NPE Replacement in Solvent-Based Formulations
    Coleman R., Lowe E., Michael J., Milbradt R., Penner D.

    A New Environmentally Friendly Solvent of Low Toxicity for Crop Protection Formulations

    31st Symposium on Pesticide Formulations and Delivery Systems: Innovative Green Chemistries for the 21st Century on 12 October 2010 in San Antonio, TX.


    Abribat B., Bramati V., Murthy K., Vidal T.

    Development of Botanical Pesticides for Public Health
    Bessette S., Bradbury R., Paluch G.

    Novel Formulations of an Organic Acid Herbicide
    Coleman R., Lowe E., Michael J., Milbradt R., Penner D.

    WG and WP Formulations of Captan with Polymeric Surfactants
    Hu Q.

    Novel Alkyl Polyglucoside Surfactant Derivatives for Improving the Infiltration of Irrigation Water into Repellent Soil
    Bially P.

    Round-Robin Evaluation of ASTM Standard Test Method E2798 for Spray Drift Reduction Adjuvants
    Elsik C.

    A Fluorescent Tracer Method for Evaluating Spray Transport and Fate of Field and Laboratory Spray Applications
    Fritz B., Hoffmann W., Jank P.

    A Test Method for Evaluating Water Conditioning Adjuvants
    Bernards M., Dahl G., Gednalski J., Peterson D., Young B., Zollinger R.

    Evaluation of a Modified Guar OD Formulation for Spray Drift Mitigation

    31st Symposium Pesticide Formulations and Delivery Systems: Innovative Green Chemistries for the 21st Century, Sponsoredby E35.


    Baker T., Halecky A., Penfield K., Roberts J.

    Effects of Air Speed and Liquid Temperature on Droplet Size
    Bagley W., Fritz B., Hoffmann W., Lan Y.

    Field Scale Evaluation of Spray Drift Reduction Technologies from Ground and Aerial Application Systems
    Bagley W., Fritz B., Hewitt A., Hoffmann W.

    Author and Subject Index


    Committee: E35

    Paper ID: STP1537-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1537-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-9013-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7523-5

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    978-0-8031-7523-5
    STP1537-EB