Pesticide formulations and application systems

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Publisher: American Society for Testing and Materials in Philadelphia, Pa

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Edition Notes

StatementK.G. Seymour, editor.
SeriesASTM special technical publication -- 795., ASTM special technical publication -- no. 795.
ContributionsSeymour, K. G., ASTM Committee E-35 on Pesticides.
The Physical Object
Pagination[7], 111 p. :
Number of Pages111
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Open LibraryOL17905311M
LC Control Number82072891

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Application Technology -- Innovations in pesticide spray applications; influence of species, spray volume, droplet size, adjuvant type and amount of spray retained; closed systems for spray application; spray distribution patterns; mechanism of spray droplet wetting and spreading; and surface tension affects on droplet spectrum.

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Pesticide Formulation and Delivery Systems: 39th Volume, Innovative Formulation, Application and Adjuvant Technologies for Agriculture. Linscott Douglas Published: Format: This book is a valuable resource for pesticide producers, suppliers, governmental agencies, technology businesses, equipment suppliers, dealer/distributor.

The 22 papers discuss the use of pesticides, in sections on safety and environmental impacts, characteristics of formulations and adjuvants, and application techniques and pest control.

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A pesticide formulation is a mixture of chemicals which effectively controls a pest. Formulating a pesticide involves processing it to improve its storage, handling, safety, application, or effectiveness.

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A liquid homogeneous formulation to be applied as a solid dispersion after dilution in water. (Note: there are some formulations which have characteristics intermediate be-tween DC and EC).

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adjuvants. Pesticide regulations, of course, play an integral part in all these areas. This book addresses nearly all the areas of pesticide formulations and applications. The first chapter, titled Formulation Technology gives examples of state-of-the-art development in preparing actual formulations.

This book provides an overview on a large variety of pesticide-related topics, organized in three sections. The first part is dedicated to the "safer" pesticides derived from natural materials, the design and the optimization of pesticides formulations, and the techniques for pesticides application.

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Subcommittee E on Pesticide Formulations and Applications Systems.;]. The formulation gives the product its unique physical form and specific characteristics, enabling it to fill a market niche. There are approximately pesticide active ingredients formulated i pesticide products sold and used in the United States today.

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specific pesticide formulations such as 2,4-D esters. Pest biology. The growth habits and survival strategies of a pest will often determine what formula- tion provides optimum contact between the active ingredient and the pest.

Available application equipment. Some pesti- cide formulations require specialized application equipment.

This.Formulation codes The following standard codes are used. For further details, see Catalogue of Pesticide Formulation Types and International Coding System, Technical monograph No.

2, 5th Edition, March ; CropLife International, Brussels. Detailed descriptions of eachFile Size: 27KB.Application of nematocides through drip irrigation systems appears to provide a solution to these problems since it reduces the amount of pesticide used, and minimizes environmental damage.

Furthermore, it permits repeated application in multi-year crops like pineapple, where soil fumigation must provide protection for up to 30 months with only.