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Author(s):Snyder, R. H.; Sartain, J. B.; Cisar, J. L.; Borgert, C. J.
Author Affiliation:Snyder and Sartain: Soil and Water Science Dep.; Borgert: Pathology, Immunology, and Laboratory Medicine Dep., Univ. of Florida, Gainesvilee, FL; Cisar: Ft. Lauderdale Res. and Educ. Ctr., Ft. Lauderdale
Title:Dislodgeable residues of fenamiphos applied to turfgrass and implications for golfer exposure
Source:The Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida: Proceedings. Vol. 58, 1999, p. 51-57.
# of Pages:7
Publishing Information:Hollywood, Florida: Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida
Abstract/Contents:"The general public is concerned about exposure to pesticides applied to turfgrasses. Such exposure may occur because of dislodgeable residues. A study was conducted to determine the dislodgeability of fenamiphos (ethyl-4-methythio-3-methylphenyl-iso-propylphosphoramidate) a nematicide, applied to turfgrass and to assess the risk of exposure to that pesticide by dermal and incidental ingestion pathways. Dislodgeability was determined using golf balls, golf grips, a golf club head, and damp cheesecloth following application and irrigation (a required practice), through a 24-hr period after application. A risk assessment model encompassing golfer behavior and realistic golf course exposure scenarios was used in conjunction with field data to assess risk. Fenamiphos was applied to bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon L. × C. transvaalensis Burtt Davy) as a liquid at 1.125 g a.i. m2. Dislodgeable residues of fenamiphos applied was dislodged with the damp cheesecloth wipe immediately following application, but only 0.1% of the fenamiphos applied was dislodged with the damp cheesecloth wipe following irrigation. The risk assessment model used in this study suggests that risk associated with dermal and incidental ingestion exposure to fenamiphos will decrease with time after application."
Language:English
References:29
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Snyer, R. H., J. B. Sartain, J. L. Cisar, and C. J. Borgert. 1999. Dislodgeable residues of fenamiphos applied to turfgrass and implications for golfer exposure. p. 51-57. In The Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida: Proceedings. Hollywood, Florida: Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida.
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