Toxic hazards in aerial application.

@inproceedings{Pw1962ToxicHI,
  title={Toxic hazards in aerial application.},
  author={Smith Pw},
  year={1962}
}
An analysis of the hazards acompanying the aerial application of toxic pest-control chemicals is presented. The nature of the chemicals, the symptoms of toxicity, recommended treatment, and suggestions for safe-handling, are discussed. The introduction of the chlorinated, cyclic hydrocarbons for large-scale use as agricultural insecticides somewhat less than two decades ago, marked the beginning of a new era in agricultural pest control. In the intervening years, new chemicals, many of them… CONTINUE READING