Chlorpyrifos degradation in soil at termiticidal application rates

@inproceedings{Racke1994ChlorpyrifosDI,
  title={Chlorpyrifos degradation in soil at termiticidal application rates},
  author={Kenneth D. Racke and Donald D. Fontaine and Robin N. Yoder and Jack R. Miller},
  year={1994}
}
Chlorpyrifos [O,O-diethyl O-(3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridyl) phosphorothioate] is an organophosphorus insecticide applied to soil to control pests both in agricultural and in urban developments. Typical agricultural soil applications (0.56 to 5.6 kg ha−1) result in initial soil surface residues of 0.3 to 32 μg g−1. In contrast, termiticidal soil barrier treatments, a common urban use pattern, often result in initial soil residues of 1000 μg g−1 or greater. The purpose of the present investigation… CONTINUE READING

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