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Effect of the rate of application and the volume of applied water on the rate of mobility of certain insecticides in clay soil

, : Effect of the rate of application and the volume of applied water on the rate of mobility of certain insecticides in clay soil. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Egypt Economics (5): 85-94

The effect of application rate and water volume on the mobility of heptachlor, disulfoton (Di-Syston) and aldicarb (Temik) in sandy and clay soils in glass tubes was determined in laboratory tests in Egypt. The results indicated that mobility was affected mainly by insecticide type, but also by application rate and soil type.


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