Degradation of a sulfonamide herbicide as a function of soil sorption

@inproceedings{Lehmann1992DegradationOA,
  title={Degradation of a sulfonamide herbicide as a function of soil sorption},
  author={Robert G. Lehmann and Jerry R. Miller and Didier de Fontaine and Dennis A. Laskowski and James Henry Hunter and Ronald C. Cordes},
  year={1992}
}
Summary: Resume: Zusammenfassung The degradation of DE-498 (proposed common name flumetsulam) was studied in 21 US soils as a first step in developing a management plan for this new herbicide. Degradation half-lives were shorter in soils that adsorbed the compound less. Adsorption was lower in soils with higher pH and lower organic carbon content. Degradation half-lives were thus influenced by both pH and organic carbon: they were in the range 2–4 weeks in higher pH soils (pH 5 7.0) unless the… CONTINUE READING

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