Persistence, fate, and metabolism of [(14)C]metalaxyl in typical Indian soils.

@article{Sukul2001PersistenceFA,
  title={Persistence, fate, and metabolism of [(14)C]metalaxyl in typical Indian soils.},
  author={Premasis Sukul and Michael Spiteller},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2001},
  volume={49 5},
  pages={2352-8}
}
The biodegradation of ring-labeled [(14)C]metalaxyl in six Indian soils was examined. The total recovery of radioactivity from soil was 100 +/- 6% of the applied radioactivity. Volatile organics and (14)CO(2) were detected at lower levels. This suggests that neither mineralization nor volatilization is a major route of metalaxyl dissipation. The most rapid degradation of metalaxyl was observed in Bannimantap soil, in which the half-life of metalaxyl was 36 days. An inverse relationship was… CONTINUE READING

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