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Fate of avermectin B1a on citrus fruits. 1. Distribution and magnitude of the avermectin B1a and 14C residue on citrus fruits from a field study



Fate of avermectin B1a on citrus fruits. 1. Distribution and magnitude of the avermectin B1a and 14C residue on citrus fruits from a field study



Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 37(1): 178-183



The fate of 14C-labelled avermectin B1a applied to citrus fruits in the field in California was investigated. The compound was applied as an emusifiable concentrate formulation containing 8 and 80 p.p.m. of the active ingredient; oranges were treated at 8 and 80 p.p.m. while lemons and grapefruit were treated only at 8 p.p.m. The use of the 8 p.p.m. formulation simulated a field application rate of 0.025 lb a.i./500 US gal/acre.

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