Delayed degradation in soil of foliar herbicides glyphosate and sulcotrione previously absorbed by plants: Consequences on herbicide fate and risk assessment

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Doublet , Jeremy; Mamy , Laure; Barriuso Benito , Enrique;
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2009.06.044
  • Subject: COLZA | risque | pesticide | PESTICIDE FATE | dégradation | maïs | MAIZE | PESTICIDE FATE;MINERALIZATION;NON-EXTRACTABLE (BOUND) RESIDUES;OILSEED RAPE;MAIZE;COLZA | sol | MINERALIZATION | NON-EXTRACTABLE (BOUND) RESIDUES | Milieux et Changements globaux | OILSEED RAPE | herbicide | environnement | [ SDE.MCG ] Environmental Sciences/Global Changes
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 ; Following application, pesticides can be intercepted and absorbed by weeds and/or crops. Plants containing pesticides residues may then reach the soil during the crop cycle or after harvest. However, the fate in soil of pesticides residues in plants is unknown. Two c... View more
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