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Author(s):Niemczyk, Harry D.
Author Affiliation:Professor of Turfgrass Entomology, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, Ohio State University, Wooster, OH.
Title:Turf-soil residues to be studied in Ohio
Source:Divots. Vol. 35, No. 10, December 1985, p. 4.
Publishing Information:Fairborn, Ohio
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Residues; Insecticides; Research; Institutions; Entomology; Ethoprophos
Abstract/Contents:"A new laboratory to study the fate of insecticides applied to turfgrasses has been established at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, (OARDC) of the Ohio State University, Wooster. The laboratory, under the direction of Dr. Harry D. Niemczyk, Professor of Turfgrass Entomology, will place emphasis on the fate and movement of insecticides in thatch and underlying soils. The possible role of microbial degradation in the breakdown of insecticides currently used for grub control and time-dissipation patterns (residue) of Oftanol (isofenphos), TRIUMPH (isazophos), Mocap (ethoprop) and Sevin (carbaryl) are now being investigated. Funds to equip and staff the laboratory with two technicians came largely from the Ohio Turfgrass Foundation and allied industries associated with turfgrass management."
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Niemczyk, H. D. 1985. Turf-soil residues to be studied in Ohio. Divots. 35(10):p. 4.
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