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Dithiocarbamate residues in soils and crops from garlic-growing areas of Lombok, Indonesia

@inproceedings{Hadi1995DithiocarbamateRI,
  title={Dithiocarbamate residues in soils and crops from garlic-growing areas of Lombok, Indonesia},
  author={Surya Hadi},
  year={1995}
}
This present study has shown that residues of dithiocarbamate fungicides persisted on/in soils and garlic bulbs on garlic­ growing areas of Sembcilun, Lombok island, Indonesia. The technique of analysis used was USEAP-Method S 15, based on evolution of carbon disulfide which was measured as a xanthate. The study indicated that the dithiocarbamate residues mainly persisted on soil surface (0-1 cm); ranging froml.82 to 4.82 mg/ kg dry matter and only a low concentration was found at a depth of 1… 

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