Kepone--hazard evaluation.

@article{Epstein1978KeponehazardE,
  title={Kepone--hazard evaluation.},
  author={Samuel S. Epstein},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={1978},
  volume={9 1},
  pages={1-62}
}
Kepone is a persistent chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide which is no longer manufactured in the U.S.A., its uses having been cancelled on April 11, 1977; previous food uses included control of the banana root borer, and non-food uses included control of tobacco wireworm, ants, and cockroaches. An adduct of Kepone, Kelevan, is now distributed by Spiess and Sohn, Chemische Fabrik, Germany, with an as yet unknown manufacturer, for control of the Colorado potato beetle in Eastern Europe and Ireland… CONTINUE READING

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