Soils , Section 4 : Ecotoxicology ) Ecotoxicological Assessment of the Effects of Glyphosate and Chlorpyrifos in an Argentine Soya Field *

@inproceedings{Casab2007SoilsS,
  title={Soils , Section 4 : Ecotoxicology ) Ecotoxicological Assessment of the Effects of Glyphosate and Chlorpyrifos in an Argentine Soya Field *},
  author={Norma Casab{\'e} and Lucas Piola and Julio Fuchs and M. Oneto and Laura Pamparato and Silvana Basack and Rosana A Gim{\'e}nez and Rub{\'e}n Massaro and Juan Carlos Papa and Eva Kesten},
  year={2007}
}
Background, Aim and Scope. Continuous application of pesticides may pollute soils and affect non-target organisms. Soil is a complex ecosystem; its components can modulate the effects of pesticides. Therefore, it is recommended to evaluate the potential environmental risk of these compounds in local conditions. We performed an integrated field-laboratory study on an Argentine soya field sprayed with glyphosate and chlorpyrifos under controlled conditions. Our aim was to compare the sensitivity… CONTINUE READING

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