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Newsletter
Author(s):Niemczyk, H. D.; Filary, Z.; Krueger, H.
Author Affiliation:Dept. of Entomology, Ohio Agric. Research & Development Center, Ohio State University
Title:Movement of insecticide residues in turfgrass thatch and soil
Source:Western Views. January/February 1988, p. 7.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:Western Michigan Golf Course Superintendents Association
Related Web URL:http://archive.lib.msu.edu/tic/bulls/article/1988feb16.pdf
    Last checked: 09/30/2008
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    Notes: The Bull Sheet partial reprint
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Insecticides; Residues; Thatch; Soils; Isazophos; Isofenphos; Ethoprophos; Golf courses in the environment; Movement in soil
Abstract/Contents:Brief description of results from a study where formulations of three insecticides (Isazophos, Isofenphos, Ethoprophos) were applied to a fairway with 0.75 inches of thatch and silt loam soil to trace the downward movement of recoverable residues in turfgrass thatch and underlying soil. "Analysis showed that 2, 5, 15, and 29 days 97% + of recoverable residues from all treatments were found in the thatch. At 57 and 91 days, 90% + of residues were still in the thatch. Mean residues in the first 1.0 inch of soil never exceeded 0.4 ppm. Despite water solubilities of 750, 150, and 20 ppm. for technical ethoprop, isazofos and isofenphos, respectively, immediate posttreatment irrigation and regular rainfall, very little of these insecticides moved into the underlying soil. These results should be of considerable significant in terms of the role of turfgrass thatch in the potential for these materials to leach into groundwater. Thatch is apparently an excellent filter." Includes a table of mean recoverable residues (ppm)a/.
Language:English
References:0
See Also:See also updated version "Movement of insecticide residues in turfgrass thatch and soil: Good news for groundwater: An Ohio study shows that turfgrass thatch appears to function as an excellent filter" Golf Course Management, 56(2) February 1988, p. 22, 26, R=124375. R=124375
Note:Partial reprint appears in The Bull Sheet, 41(9) February 1988, p. 16
Reprint appears in Ohio Turfgrass Foundation Newsletter, March 1988, p. 1-2
Reprint appears in Iowa Golf Course Superintendents Association Newsletter, April 1988, p. 8
Partial reprint appears in The Greenerside, 11(4) July/August 1988, p. 11
Reprint appears in TurfNews [ASPA], 11(6) November/December 1988, p. 10
Geographic Terms:Ohio, USA
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Niemczyk, H. D., Z. Filary, and H. Krueger. 1988. Movement of insecticide residues in turfgrass thatch and soil. West. Views. p. 7.
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