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DDT Volatization from desert and cultivated soils

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  1. WARE, G. W., W. P. CAHILL, B. J. ESTESEN, W. C. KRONLAND, and N. A. BUCK. Pesticide Drift: Deposit efficiency from ground sprays on cotton. J. Econ. Entomol.68, 549 (1975).

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Contribution to Regional Project W-45, “Residues of Pesticides and Related Chemicals in the Agricultural Environment--Their Nature, Distribution, Persistence, and Toxicological Implications. ” University of Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station journal series #2618.

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Ware, G.W., Estesen, B., Kronland, W.C. et al. DDT Volatization from desert and cultivated soils. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 17, 317–322 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01686085

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Keywords

  • Cotton Field
  • Irrigate Soil
  • Plug Sample
  • Pesticide Drift
  • Cotton Plot