STP968

    Pesticide Formulations and Application Systems: Seventh Volume

    Beestman GB, Vander Hooven DIB

    Pages: 229

    Published: 1987

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    Papers provide technical information on closed mixing and handling transfer systems, formulations, application research, application methods, granules, and registration.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Beestman G., Vander Hooven D.

    ASTM Committee E-35 on Pesticides: Past, Present, and Future
    Butler B.

    Introduction to Session on Closed Mixing, Handling, and Application Systems
    Akesson N.

    Principles of Closed Systems for Handling of Agricultural Pesticides
    Akesson N., Brazelton R.

    Closed System Acceptance and Use in California
    Rutz R.

    Development of Devices Designed to Increase Safety During Field Handling of Pesticides
    Anderson D.

    The Universal Closed System for Liquids
    Reynolds R.

    Risk Reduction Through Use of Closed Systems: An Attainable Goal?
    Jacobs W.

    Farm Chemical Handling, Mixing, and Loading: Worker Safety and Environmental Concerns
    Spurrier E.

    Nonionic Emulsifier Selection for Liquid Formulations to Obtain Compatibility with Solid Formulations
    Keim W.

    Methyl Esters of Fatty Acids as Pesticide Formulation and Application Aids
    Hickey F.

    Development of SCEPTER® 1.5 ASU Formulation by Evaluation of Liquid Handling Properties
    Cross B., Keintz R., Kovacs G.

    A System for Examination of the Pesticide Dose Transfer Process
    Alm S., Hall F., Reichard D.

    Spray Drift Deposits from Low Volume Application Using Oil and Water Carriers
    Bode L., Zain S.

    Effect of Application Rate on Droplet Size Spectra and Deposit Characteristics of Dimilin® Spray Mixtures in an Aerial Spray Trial
    Raske A., Retnakaran A., Sundaram A., West R.

    Characteristics of an Electrostatically Charged Air-Atomized Spray for Pesticide Application
    Lehtinen J., Simmons H.

    Economical Pesticide Application: The Reasons for Controlled Droplet Application
    Bals T.

    Role of Formulation Ingredients and Physical Properties on Droplet Size Spectra, Deposition, and Persistence of Aerially Sprayed Aminocarb and Mexacarbate in Forest Litter and Soil Samples
    Sundaram A., Sundaram K.

    Sources of Error in Estimating Efficacy of a Microbial Pesticide Against Aquatic Pests
    Vorgetts J.

    Method for Determining Spray Penetration into Carpet
    Byron D., Robinson W.

    Unique Methods of Herbicide Application
    Larsen T.

    Dry Application of Water-Dispersible Granules: A Three-Year Update
    Gandrud D., Skoglund J.

    Herbicidal Root Control in Sewer Lines Requires Unique Application Techniques
    Cummings G.

    A New Pediculicide Application System for Human Mass Delousing: Analysis of Operational Characteristics and Limitations
    Boobar L., Brown W., Bunner B., Darby W., Nelson J.

    Production of Granular Products by Roll Compaction
    Johnson C.

    Comparison of Results from ASTM Steel Ball Test (E 728) and Attrition in a Granular Applicator
    Gandrud D., Skoglund J.

    Registration Considerations for Pesticide Formulations
    Landis W.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E35

    Paper ID: STP968-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP968-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5024-9

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-0970-4

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