Pesticide Formulations and Application Systems: Eighth Volume

    Hovde DA, Beestman GB
    Published: 1989

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    Based on the Eighth Symposium on Pesticides Formulations and Application Systems. Papers illustrate latest in the field in both scientific and applied technology. 21 papers divided into 2 categories: Pesticide Formulation Technology and Technological Advances in Pesticide Application Systems.

    Table of Contents

    Beestman G., Hovde D.

    Formulations — Past, Present, and Future
    Corty C.

    Philosophy of Formulation
    Becher P.

    Developments in Microencapsulation, High Concentration
    Beestman G., Deming J.

    Formulation of Pesticide Microemulsions
    Collins H., Munk B., Skelton P.

    Microbial Formulations — Opportunities and Challenges
    Devisetty B.

    Selecting the Ideal Preservative for Aqueous Pesticide Formulations
    Chasin D.

    Using the Predictive Powers of Triangular Co-Ordinate Plots for Designing Agricultural Formulations
    Botts M.

    Quality Control of Surfactants for Pesticide Formulations
    Chasin D., Vandegrift K.

    A Technique for Dust Measurement
    Goss G., Reisch F.

    An Overview — Solvents for Agricultural Chemicals
    Krenek M., Rohde W.

    Compacting and Granulating Systems for Agricultural Chemicals
    Holley C.

    Effect of Formulation, Droplet Size, and Spatial Distribution on Dose Transfer of Pesticides
    Hall F.

    Effect of Interaction Between Nozzle Orientation and Crop Canopy Architecture Upon Distribution of Charged and Uncharged Spray Droplets
    Adams A., Hall F., Reichard D.

    Calibrating Light Imaging and Light Scattering Probes for Atomizer Spray Characterization
    Picot J., van Vliet M.

    Charged Drop Application of Antisapstain Formulations to Lumber
    Smith R.

    Assessment of Foliar and Ground Deposits of Aminocarb After Aerial Spraying Over Conifer Forests Using Two Types of Application Parameters
    Sundaram A., Sundaram K.

    Droplet and Deposit Patterns of One Pseudoplastic and Three Newtonian Spray Mixtures Following Spray Application Under Laboratory Conditions
    Sundaram A.

    Shrouded Sprayer: Advantages in Field Application Systems
    Rogers R.

    Spray Volume Effects on Deposition and Citrus Rust Mite Control
    Hedden S., McCoy C., Salyani M.

    An Invert Emulsion Replaces Dew in Biocontrol of Sicklepod — a Preliminary Study
    Boyette C., Connick W., Fulgham F., Quimby P.

    Plant and Mineral Oils as Insecticide Adjuvants: Effects on Residues and Toxicity
    Plapp F.

    Test Methods for Pest Control in the Telecommunications Industry
    Appel A., Woody L.

    Aerial Application of a Granular Herbicide
    Boring L., Cochran R.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E35

    DOI: 10.1520/STP980-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5106-2

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0979-7

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