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Response of coliform populations in poultry waste digesters to three insecticides



Response of coliform populations in poultry waste digesters to three insecticides



Journal of Environmental Quality 7(2): 262-264



A pure culture and a digester effluent slurry system were used to test several concentrations of dimethoate, dichlorvos (organophosphates), and carbaryl (carbamate) against E.coli and other enteric coliforms. Dimethoate and dichlorvos were used individually at concentrations of 0, 100, 1,000, and 10,000 ppmb (ppm by vol), and combined at concentrations of 0+0, 50+50, 500+500, and 5,000+5,000 ppmv. Carbaryl (1-naphthyl N-methylcarbamate) was used at 0, 1, and 40 ppmv concentrations.

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