STP Published: 2018

Pesticide Formulation and Delivery Systems: 38th Volume, Innovative Application, Formulation, and Adjuvant Technologies

Editor(s): Bradley K. Fritz, Thomas R. Butts

Get 12 peer-reviewed papers that cover all aspects of technologies and methods that support the application of agrochemical products. Topics include:

– Dicamba and the rising concerns around particle and vapor drift damage and potential causes and solutions
– The relationship between nozzle type and operational settings and the resulting droplet size for multiple herbicide products
– How plugged air induction nozzle ports impact the atomization process and change the droplet size produced
– A method for determining mass balance and swath offset from spray drift trials
– The role of interfacial rheology in agricultural drift control
– Validation of standard water-conditioning testing

The featured papers were presented at the 38th Symposium on Pesticide Formulation and Delivery Systems: Innovative Application, Formulation, and Adjuvant Technologies held October 2017 in New Orleans, LA.

Table of Contents

Ulisses R. Antuniassi, Caio A. F. Moreira, Rodolfo G. Chechetto, Ana Cristina T. C. Pinheiro, Felipe R. Lucio

Bradley K. Fritz, W. Clint Hoffmann, Daniel E. Martin

Thomas R. Butts, W. Clint Hoffmann, Joe D. Luck, Greg R. Kruger

Scott C. Wilde, W. Clint Hoffmann, Bradley K. Fritz

Andre O. Rodrigues, Lucas G. Campos, Cody F. Creech, Bradley K. Fritz, Ulisses R. Antuniassi, Greg R. Kruger

Thomas R. Butts, Jesaelen G. Moraes, Greg R. Kruger

Richard K. Zollinger, Mark L. Bernards, Bryan G. Young, Dallas E. Peterson, Greg R. Kruger

Jason W. Adams, Richard K. Zollinger

Fernanda Costa, W. Alison Forster, Cíntia Fávaro, Vanessa R. Golfetti da Silva, Andrew Hewitt

Daniel C. Bissell, Danny Brown, Lillian C. Magidow, Joe V. Gednalske

Kevin Penfield, Logan Dempsey, Jason Wall, Susan Sun

Shawn Zhu, John Thomaides, Andrew Boracci, Qiwei(David) He, Damien Vadillo

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Developed by Committee: E35
Pages: 150
DOI: 10.1520/STP1610-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7666-9
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7665-2