Influence of commercial formulation on the sorption and leaching behaviour of propyzamide in soil
Khan, Majid Ali; Brown, Colin David;
mesheuropmc: complex mixtures
Experiments compared sorption and leaching behaviour for the herbicide propyzamide when applied to two soils either as technical material or in the commercial formulation Kerb® Flo. Sorption was investigated in batch systems as well as using a centrifugation technique t... View more
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