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Risk assessment and decontamination of Quinalphos under different culinary processes in/on cabbage
M W AKTARD SENGUPTAS PURKAITA CHOWDHURY
Published in SPRINGER
2010
Volume: 163
   
Issue: 43469
Pages: 369 - 377
Abstract
Quinalphos 20 AF was applied at the rate of 500 and 1,000 g a.i. ha -1 in cabbage for two consecutive seasons and the samples harvested at intervals of 0 (3 h after application), 2, 4, 6, 8, and 10 days interval after application. The calculated half-life values were 1.27-1.38 days and 1.12-1.24 days for cabbage heads and cropped soil, respectively. The calculated safe waiting period based on field dissipation study was 5.28-6.7 days, which indicated its persistence nature. Thus, to reduce the safe waiting period, efforts were made to decontaminate the Quinalphos residue from cabbage head by various household ...
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