Sorption, desorption and mineralisation of the herbicides glyphosate and MCPA in samples from two Danish soil and subsurface profiles.

@article{Srensen2006SorptionDA,
  title={Sorption, desorption and mineralisation of the herbicides glyphosate and MCPA in samples from two Danish soil and subsurface profiles.},
  author={Sebastian Reinhold S{\o}rensen and Anne Use Schultz and Ole Stig Jacobsen and Jens Aamand},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2006},
  volume={141 1},
  pages={
          184-94
        }
}
The vertical distribution of the sorption, desorption and mineralisation of glyphosate and MCPA was examined in samples from two contrasting soil and subsurface profiles, obtained from a sandy agricultural site and a non-agricultural clay rich site. The highest mineralisation of [14C-methylen]glyphosate, with 9.3-14.7% degraded to 14CO2 within 3 months was found in the deepest sample from the clay site. In the deeper parts of the sandy profile high sorption and low desorption of glyphosate… CONTINUE READING
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