Environmental fate of rice pesticides in California.

Abstract

Each of the pesticides reviewed is reported to dissipate from field water after application. Carbofuran is hydrolyzed rapidly under the alkaline conditions usually found in the rice field environment, and its hydrolysis products are also degraded rapidly. The longest half-life reported (18-26 d) was in water that overlaid soil treated with Furadan granular… (More)

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@article{Mabury1996EnvironmentalFO, title={Environmental fate of rice pesticides in California.}, author={Scott A. Mabury and John S Cox and Deborah Crosby}, journal={Reviews of environmental contamination and toxicology}, year={1996}, volume={147}, pages={71-117} }