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Main Title Pesticide Residue Levels in Soils and Crops, FY-70--National Soils Monitoring Program (II).
Author Crockett, A. B. ; Wiersma, G. B. ; Tai, H. ; Mitchell, W. G. ; Carey., Ann E. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Office of Pesticide Programs.
Year Published 1974
Stock Number PB-275 993
Additional Subjects Farm crops ; Soils ; Pesticides ; Residues ; Sulfur organic compounds ; Monitoring ; Residues ; Sites ; Chlorine organic compounds ; States(United States) ; Nitrogen heterocyclic compounds ; Tables(Data) ; Acetic acid ; Chlorine aromatic compounds ; Alkene compounds ; Chlorine aliphatic compounds ; Cycloalkene compounds ; Malathion ; Succinates ; Phosphorus organic compounds ; Reprints ; Atrazine ; Triazine/chloro-ethylamino-isopropylamino ; D,2-4 herbicide ; Acetic acid/dichlorophenoxy ; Succinic acid/(diethyl-ester)-mercapto-(S-ester-with-0-0-dimethyl-phosphorodithioate) ; Pesticide residues ; Cyclohexene dicarboximide/N-(trichloro methyl)thio ; Captan ; Pesticide residues
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NTIS  PB-275 993 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 29p
Abstract
This data report is a summary of Fiscal Year 1970 results of the National Soils Monitoring Program. It includes data on pesticide applications, soil residues, and crop residues collected from 1,506 cropland sites in 35 States. Pesticide application data are summarized by all sites and by State. Soil residue data are itemized similarly, but also include data by cropping region. Tables generally give the number of sites, number of times a pesticide was applied or detected, percent occurrence, arithmetic mean application rate or residue level, and range of residues detected. Pesticides applied most frequently were atrazine, 2,4-D, captan, and malathion.