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Vertical movement and persistence of granular insecticides in soil


, : Vertical movement and persistence of granular insecticides in soil. Pesticides and environment: 128-133

Phorate, quinalphos and carbofuran residues were detected in soil below the plough depth layer (6-9") as well as in the upper layers. Aldicarb was localised mainly in the 0-3" and 3-6" layers. The persistence of phorate and quinalphos residues in all three layers was higher than that of carbofuran and aldicarb.

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