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Main Title Best Management Practices for Agricultural Nonpoint Source Control. 4. Pesticides.
Author Maas, R. P. ; Dressing, S. A. ; Spooner, J. ; Smolen, M. D. ; Humenik, F. J. ;
CORP Author North Carolina State Univ. at Raleigh. Dept. of Biological and Agricultural Engineering. ;North Carolina Agricultural Research Service, Raleigh.;Department of Agriculture Extension Service, Washington, DC.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Water Planning Div.
Year Published 1984
Report Number ES/NWQEP-84/02;
Stock Number PB85-114247
Additional Subjects Pesticides ; Water pollution control ; Surface water runoff ; Insecticides ; Management ; Spraying ; Efficiency ; Chlorine organic compounds ; Phosphorus organic compounds ; Leaching ; Vaporizing ; Triazines ; Nitrogen heterocyclic compounds ; Quatenary ammonium salts ; Soil conservation ; Farm crops ; Fruit trees ; Toxicity ; Best management practices ; Nonpoint sources ; Lasso ; Paraquat herbicide
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NTIS  PB85-114247 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 96p
Abstract
The overall purpose of this report is to identify and evaluate Best Management Practices (BMPs) for reducing pesticide contamination of aquatic systems from agricultural nonpoint sources (nps). Since the 1950's pesticide inputs to water resources have become increasingly recognized as a serious, pervasive and yet largely unquantified problem. The report reviews documentation of pesticide-related water resource use impairments, and examines the transport modes of five major pesticide classes. This information is used to develop estimates of pesticide input reductions which can be accomplished by various classes of BMPs (soil and water conservation practices, improvements in application techniques, and intergrated pest management programs).