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Degradation of isoproturon and availability of its residues in soil



Degradation of isoproturon and availability of its residues in soil



Weed Research Oxford 35(4): 257-263



The availability and degradation of 14C-ring-labelled isoproturon in a silty soil was investigated over 140 d under controlled laboratory conditions. Degradation of the active ingredient followed and 65 d later only a minor fraction (0.6%) of the parent molecule remained extractable. A demethylated-isoproturon metabolite was detectable in soil from day 15 (2.6%).

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