STP Published: 2008

Pesticide Formulations & Delivery Systems, 26th Volume: Reassessing Pesticide Technologies

Editor(s): G. Lindner, M. Salvani, C. Martin

Ten peer-reviewed papers address the latest information on pest control technologies, including:
• Development of ASTM method for measurement of extensional viscosity of dilute polymer solutions
• Development of new cationic surfactant based emulsifiable oil adjuvant that exhibits improved properties upon dilution in high electrolyte spray mixtures
• Review of attapulgite clays as rheology modifiers in aqueous suspension products
• Use of ammonium sulfate adjuvants containing high molecular weight polymers as deposition aids for glyphosate spray solutions
• Interaction of certain soluble micronutrients and water conditioners with glyphosate to induce antagonism in spray mixtures.
• Interaction between adjuvants and spray nozzles and the resulting impact on herbicide efficacy
• Droplet spreading behavior on synthetic and natural surfaces
• Construction of more strongly predictive mathematical spray retention models for plant foliage
• Correlation established between three different laser-based droplet measurement techniques
• Interactions between air induction nozzles, low pressure nozzles, and drift reduction adjuvants

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Developed by Committee: E35
Pages: 85
DOI: 10.1520/STP1478-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-6734-6
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-3403-4