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Persistence of acephate and imidacloprid on cotton leaves



Persistence of acephate and imidacloprid on cotton leaves



Pesticide Research Journal 19(1): 101-103



Acephate and imidacloprid were applied on cotton using ready-mix SP formulation (Lancer Gold), a combination of acephate 50% + imidacloprid 1.8%, @ 500 and 1000 g ai ha(-1) with respect to acephate and @ 18 and 36 g ai ha-1 with respect to imidacloprid. Residues of acephate declined below detectable level of 0.02 mg kg(-1) after 15 and 21 days of applications at single and double dose with t(1/2) of 2.05 and 1.96 days, respectively. Imidacloprid residues reached below its detectable level of 0.02 mg kg(-1) after 5 and 7 days of its application at lower and higher rates of application. The half-life values for imidacloprid were observed to be 1.70 and 2.26 days, corresponding to lower and higher dose of application, respectively.

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