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Downward movement of pendimethalin, fluchloralin and oxadiazone in soil columns


Downward movement of pendimethalin, fluchloralin and oxadiazone in soil columns



Pesticide Research Journal 15(1): 50-52



ISSN/ISBN: 0970-6763

An experiment was conducted to study the downward movement of pendimethalin, fluchloralin, and oxadiazon in soil columns thereby predicting the risk of groundwater pollution. The treatments comprised of 10.0 kg pendimethalin, 10.0 kg fluchloralin, and 7.7 kg oxadiazon/ha. The minimum detectable amounts of pendimethalin, fluchloralin, and oxadiazon on GLC were 0.02, 0.01, and 0.08 ng, respectively.

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