Influence of commercial formulation on leaching of four pesticides through soil

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Khan, Majid Ali; Brown, Colin David;
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    mesheuropmc: complex mixtures | inorganic chemicals | technology, industry, and agriculture

Studies with small soil columns (2 cm i.d. x 5.4 cm depth) compared leaching of four pesticides added either as technical material or as commercial formulations. Pesticides were selected to give a gradient of solubility in water between 7 and 93 mg L-1, comprising azoxy... View more
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