Persistence of Imidacloprid on Grape Leaves, Grape Berries and Soil

@article{Arora2009PersistenceOI,
  title={Persistence of Imidacloprid on Grape Leaves, Grape Berries and Soil},
  author={Parshotam Kumar Arora and Gagan Jyot and Baljeet Singh and Raminderjit Singh Battu and Balwinder Singh and Pushpinder Singh Aulakh},
  journal={Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology},
  year={2009},
  volume={82},
  pages={239-242}
}
Residues of imidacloprid were estimated in grape leaves, grape berries and soil following four applications of Confidor 200SL at 400 and 800 mL ha−1 using 1,000 L water. The average initial deposits of imidacloprid on grape leaves were found to be 10.01 and 16.97 mg kg−1 at single and double dosages, respectively. These residues of imidacloprid dissipated to be the extract of 98.8% and 97.0%, respectively, at single and double dosages in 15 days, with half-life period of 2.35 and 2.97 days… CONTINUE READING

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