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Binding capacities of different soil size fractions in the formation of herbicide-bound residues



Binding capacities of different soil size fractions in the formation of herbicide-bound residues



Agronomie 20(5): 505-512



A simplified particle-size fractionation procedure of soil organic matter was used to localize and quantify the non-extractable residues of 14C-labelled isoproturon in a soil where large amounts of bound residues were formed. Four size-fractions were isolated corresponding to non-humified organic matter in fractions (>200 and 200-50 micro m) and humified organic matter in fractions (50-0.2 micro m and <0.2 micro m).

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