Field dissipation of acetochlor in two New Zealand soils at two application rates.

@article{Ma2004FieldDO,
  title={Field dissipation of acetochlor in two New Zealand soils at two application rates.},
  author={Qingli Ma and Anis Rahman and Patrick T. Holland and Trevor K. James and D. E. McNaughton},
  journal={Journal of environmental quality},
  year={2004},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={
          930-8
        }
}
The persistence of pesticides in soils has both economic and environmental significance and is often used as a key parameter in pesticide risk assessment. Persistence of acetochlor [2'-ethyl-6'-methyl-N-(ethoxymethyl)-2-chloroacetylanilide] in two New Zealand field soils was measured over two years and the data were used to identify models that adequately describe acetochlor persistence in the field. Acetochlor was sprayed onto six fallow plots (3 x 9 m each) at each site at the recommended… CONTINUE READING

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