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    Pesticide Formulations and Application Systems: 10th Volume

    Bode LE, Hazen JL, Chasin DG
    Published: 1990

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    Provides the most up-to-date information on pesticide formulations and techniques for applying pesticides. 21 papers are organized into 3 categories:

    • Perspectives on Pesticide Risks

    • Formulation Technology and Characteristics of Uptake

    • Application Systems

    Table of Contents

    The Role of Risk Assessment in the Regulation of Pesticides

    Recent Progress and Issues on Inerts Testing

    Starch-Encapsulated Herbicides: Approach to Reduce Groundwater Contamination

    Evaluation of Cyclodextrin Complexes of Pesticides for Use in Minimization of Groundwater Contamination

    Development and Properties of Transport -- a New Inert Granular Carrier

    Evaluation of Airborne Dust Measurement Methods for Agricultural Chemical Carriers

    Effect of Spray Deposit Characteristics on Insecticide Efficacy

    Cuticular Wax Solubility and Leaf-Cell Membrane Permeability of Petroleum Solvents

    Effects of Spray Oils on Temperature, Net Gas Exchange, and Phytotoxicity of Citrus Leaves

    Influence of Two Polymeric Adjuvants on Physical Properties, Droplet Spreading and Drying Rates, and Foliar Uptake and Translocation of Glypkosate in Vision® Formulation

    Soil Organic Matter Sensing for Precision Herbicide Application

    Direct Injection of Dry Flow Able Agricultural Pesticides

    On-the-Go Application of Dry and Liquid Herbicides with Granular Fertilizer

    Droplet Dynamics in Hydraulic Nozzle Spray Clouds

    Droplet Spectra for Some Agricultural Fan Nozzles, with Respect to Drift and Biological Efficiency

    Pesticide Drop Size as a Function of Spray Atomizers and Liquid Formulations

    Pesticide Delivery Systems: Spray Distribution and Partitioning in Plant Canopies

    Off Target Pesticide Losses Resulting from the Use of an Air-assisted Orchard Sprayer

    Effect of Sprayer Bounce and Wind Condition on Spray Pattern Displacement of Two Agricultural Nozzles

    Subsurface Injection of Turfgrass Insecticides

    Individual Mound Treatment for Rapid Control of Fire Ants

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E35

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1078-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5136-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1388-6