A Simple HPLC Method for the Determination of Chlorpyrifos in Black Oil Sunflower Seeds

@inproceedings{Primus2017ASH,
  title={A Simple HPLC Method for the Determination of Chlorpyrifos in Black Oil Sunflower Seeds},
  author={Thomas M. Primus and Theresa A. Buettgenbach and John J. Johnston},
  year={2017}
}
Damage to ripening sunflowers by blackbirds is an important agricultural problem in the northern Great Plains. In an effort to reduce crop loss by non-lethal means, several insecticidal formulations were evaluated for potential bird repellency. One formulation, Lorsban-4E, was highly effective in feeding studies with caged blackbirds. Chlorpyrifos (an organophosphate pesticide) is a registered insecticide and acaricide commonly used to control insects on sunflower, and is the active ingredient… CONTINUE READING

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