STP1569

    Pesticide Formulation and Delivery Systems: 33rd Volume, “Sustainability: Contributions from Formulation Technology”

    Sesa Carmine
    Published: 2014


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    Fourteen peer-reviewed papers cover the latest on sustainability in pesticide formulation and delivery systems, including agronomic inputs, equipment, processes, and practices, which maximize efficiencies and minimizes the amount of resources required.

    Topics cover:
    • Nano Technology in Agricultural Formulations: Benefits and Regulatory Perspectives
    • Drift Reduction Technology
    • Innovation in Application Technology
    • Innovation in the Formulation of Active Ingredients
    • Innovation Considering Soil Composition
    • Innovation with Inert Ingredients and Adjuvant Formulations
    • Pertinent Global Regulatory Presentations
    • Water Use Efficiency – Evaluation Techniques and Application Results
    • Drift Reduction Methodology
    • Water Use Efficiency: Soil Amendments


    Table of Contents


    Drift Control Adjuvant Benchmarking in Agricultural Spray Applications
    Halecky A., Penfield K.

    Effect of Application Carrier Volume on a Conventional Sprayer System and an Ultra-Low Volume Sprayer
    Eastin J., Ferguson J., Gaussoin R., Henry R., Kruger G.

    Comparison of Herbicide Efficacy and Adjuvants Using a Conventional Sprayer and an Ultra-Low Volume Sprayer
    Eastin J., Ferguson J., Gaussoin R., Henry R., Kruger G.

    Bioassay for Evaluating Herbicide Volatility from Soil and Plants
    Michael J., Penner D.

    Improving Reseeding Success after Catastrophic Wildfire with Surfactant Seed Coating Technology
    Kostka S., Madsen M., Roundy B., Zvirzdin D.

    Design of Novel Solvents for Agrochemical Formulations via Solvatochromic Methods using N-Alkyl substituted Amides as Example
    Andersson M., Bergström K., Hazen J., Westbye P.

    Formulation Matrices Using Polymer Surfactant Interaction to Formulate Water-Based Compositions and Additives to Provide Enhanced Bio-Activity
    Liu X., Narayanan K., Qu X.

    Novel Adjuvant Blend for In-Can and Tank-Mix Application Potential Combining Sustainability and Performance as Versatile Penetration Enhancer
    Baur P., Bodelon L., Lowe B.

    Impact of Inerts Regulatory Issues on Agrochemical Formulation Activities
    Henriet M.

    Root Growth in 2D Wet Granular Media Modified by Intrusions
    Castaing J., Cejas C., Dreyfus R., Frétigny C., Hough L.

    Measuring the Effect of Spray Plume Angle on the Accuracy of Droplet Size Data
    Bagley W., Fritz B., Henry R., Hoffmann W., Kruger G.

    Effects of Nozzle Spray Angle on Droplet Size and Velocity
    Bagley W., Clint Hoffmann W., Czaczyk Z., Fritz B., Henry R., Kruger G.

    Influence of Air Shear and Adjuvants on Spray Atomization
    Bagley W., Czaczyk Z., Fritz B., Henry R., Hoffmann W., Kruger G.

    Investigation of Critical Factors for Effective Foliar Spray of Agricultural Chemicals
    Camp J., Liu L., Zhao M.


    Committee: E35

    Paper ID: STP1569-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1569-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7579-2

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7578-5

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    978-0-8031-7578-5
    STP1569-EB