The latest in this continuing series provides 13 peer-reviewed papers covering the latest advances in crop protection technologies and updates on regulatory issues related to the use of pesticides and drift reduction technology. 13 peer-reviewed papers discuss:Adjuvants—evaluates the effectiveness of various adjuvants on tembotrione; ammonium sulfate and various water conditioning agents with glyphosate; slow releas
Fourteen peer-reviewed papers address the latest advances in pesticide formulations and delivery systems. Three sections cover: Formulationsaddresses some of the new challenges in formulating pesticides, including the advent of GMOs (genetically modified organisms) and their effect on the chemical aspects of pest control; new uses of chemicals through formulation changes, liquid and solid formulations and applications
Twenty-two peer-review papers give you a broad view of where the pesticide industry may be headed. The recent loss of patent protection for many pesticides has created new opportunities for agricultural chemical manufacturers. Spray adjuvant and inert producers must be more creative in the products they offer; and biotechnology and consolidation are putting pressure on all sectors of the industry. All of these changes have forced formulator
STP 1414 emphasizes the external factors affecting the global growth of the agricultural industry, as well as new options available for formulating and delivering agricultural products to meet this global growth. It covers the latest developments and research in formulation ingredients methodology, application, and pesticide efficacy from a wide variety of sources, including industry and academia.21 peer-reviewed papers in 6 sections c
Fifth in the series, STP 915 is divided into two sections: General Topics and Use of Spray Drop Size Analyzers. Eight papers in the latter section focus on ruby laser in-situ instruments, discussing use, limitations, and advantages as well as presenting data on results of specific atomization.