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Comparison of Greenhouse and Field Degradation Behaviour of Isoprocarb, Hexaflumuron and Difenoconazole in Perilla frutescens

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Isoprocarb, hexaflumuron and difenoconazole were used in Perilla frutescens at 600, 60 and 75 g a.i./ha respectively. High performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry was used for residue determination because of high selectivity and simple treatment. The results showed that the half-lives of isoprocarb, hexaflumuron and difenoconazole at greenhouse condition were 0.71, 1.63 and 1.21 days respectively, and at field condition, the values were 1.13, 1.07 and 0.92 days respectively.

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This work was supported by The Key SQT Innovation Team of Zhejiang Province for Agro-Products Standards and Testing Technology (Grant No. 2010R50028).

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Correspondence to Caixia Sun.

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The authors Sun Caixia and Zhang Hu contributed equally to this work.

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Sun, C., Zhang, H., Tang, T. et al. Comparison of Greenhouse and Field Degradation Behaviour of Isoprocarb, Hexaflumuron and Difenoconazole in Perilla frutescens . Bull Environ Contam Toxicol 89, 868–872 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00128-012-0765-x

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Keywords

  • Isoprocarb
  • Hexaflumuron
  • Difenoconazole
  • Perilla frutescens