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Residues on oranges resulting from the use of DDT, parathion, Phosdrin, and TDE for the control of orangeworms

Atkins, E.L.; Blinn, R.C.; Fukuto, T.R.; Gunther, F.A.

Jour Econ Ent 54(3): 455-456

1961


Accession: 025389720

The residual behavior of DDT, parathion, Phosdrin (1-meth-oxycarbonyl-l-propen-2-yl dimethyl phosphate), and TDE on oranges following treatment designed for the control of various orangeworms has been studied. It was determined that a 2-week waiting period between treatment and harvest will result in residues well below the existing tolerance levels.

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