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Author(s):Clark, J. Marshall; Putnam, Raymond; Doherty, Jeffery
Author Affiliation:University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Title:Utilizing reduced risk pesticides and IPM strategies to mitigate golfer exposure and hazard
Section:Pesticide fate research
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Meeting Info.:South Deerfield, Massachusetts: June 17, 2009
Source:University of Massachusetts Turf Research Field Day. 2009, p. 185-186.
# of Pages:2
Publishing Information:Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Azoxystrobin; Biodegradation; Chemical exposure; Dislodgeable residues; Exposure assessment; Golfers; Hazard quotient; Insecticide residue; Insecticide trials; Integrated pest management
Abstract/Contents:Presents research conducted at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst to "1. Determine the level of hazard of volatile and foliar dislodgeable residues of the reduced risk pesticides, carfentrazone, halofenozide, and azoxystrobin, following full course full rate applications. 2. Determine the effect of partial course application strategies (e.g. tees and greens) and post application irrigation on volatile and foliar dislodgeable pesticide residues following full rate applications of carfentrazone, halofenozide, and azoxystrobin. 3. Model the relationship of volatile and dislodgeable foliar residues vs. [versus] actual golfer exposure using urinary biological monitoring techniques or, for pesticides that are not amenable to biomonitoring, using dosimetry techniques." Details the materials and methods used in the study, stating that "we have analyzed pesticide residues in the air and on turfgrass (dislodgeable foliar residues, DFR) in over 48 pesticide applications using either chlorpyrifos, carbaryl, cyfluthrin, chlorothalonil, 2,4-D, MCPP-p, dicamba, imidacloprid, [and] carfentrazone-ethyl." Concludes that "determination of golfer exposure to 'reduced risk' pesticides will provide a novel dataset for these IPM [integrated pest management] compatible compounds."
Language:English
References:0
See Also:See also related article, "Utilizing reduced risk pesticides and IPM strategies to mitigate golfer exposure and hazard" University of Massachusetts Turf Research Field Day, June 18, 2008, p. 181-182, R=184529 R=184529
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Clark, J. M., R. Putnam, and J. Doherty. 2009. Utilizing reduced risk pesticides and IPM strategies to mitigate golfer exposure and hazard. p. 185-186. In University of Massachusetts Turf Research Field Day. South Deerfield, Massachusetts: June 17, 2009. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts.
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