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Degradation dynamics of perbufos in peanuts and soil


, : Degradation dynamics of perbufos in peanuts and soil. Acta Agriculturae Universitatis Pekinensis 20(4): 439-443

The degradation dynamics of perbufos were studied in peanut fields in Beijing and Shandong, China. Degradation in the soil was rapid, with a half life of about 32-34 days. In the vines, the half life was 1-2 and 5-6 days in Shandong adn Beijing, resp. After harvesting, residues were <0.07 mg/kg in soil and 0.01 mg/kg in the plants.

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