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Pesticide-Contaminated Clothing Needs Washing Care, HYG-5117-94
... pesticide residues. Because pesticide absorption through the skin--not through the respiratory system--is the major risk for agricultural workers, textile researchers continue to study pesticide ... not be worn during pesticide application. Research also indicates that fluorochemical soil repellent finishes for pesticide applicator protective apparel fabric reduce pesticide absorption, and thus give ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Glossary of Terms
... term you are looking for starts with a digit or symbol, choose the '#' link. - A - Absorption the entry or uptake of a substance into the body, either across a tissue or ... to the water for disinfection, or for taste and odor control. Back to Top - P - Pesticide A substance or mixture of substances used to prevent, destroy, or repel a pest. PPB ...
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EXTOXNET PIP - 2,4-D
... T O X N E T Extension Toxicology Network Pesticide Information Profiles A Pesticide Information Project of Cooperative Extension Offices of Cornell ... was provided by the USDA/Extension Service/National Agricultural Pesticide Impact Assessment Program. EXTOXNET primary files maintained and archived ... exposure [1,25]. Fate in humans and animals: The absorption of 2,4-D is almost complete in mammals ...
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Ohioline, Environment
... Program [web] Ohio Watersheds Online Olentangy River Wetland P.A.T. Pesticide Applicator Training in Extension Pesticide Action Network Pesticide Database Small Farm New Farm Woodland Stewards Extension Fact Sheets Natural ... AEX-741-98 Soil Evaluation for Home Septic Systems, AEX-742(pdf) Septic Tank-Soil Absorption Systems, AEX-743 Septic Tank - Mound System, AEX-744 Limiting Layers in Ohio Soils- ...
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FAQ - Fungi and Mycorrhizae
... , tillage, pesticide residue, drainage,host specificity, propagule survival, dispersal Glomus spp.. Gigaspora spp., vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae, endomycorrhizae, ectomycorrhizae, growth promotion, mutualism, nutrient absorption, fertility ... millimeters beyond the root. This extensive hyphal network enhances absorption of water and nutrients, particularly phosphorus, and promotes growth of ...
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OREP - Research Project List
... pesticide resistance in dry beans - Dr. K. Peter Pauls, Dept. of Crop Sci., Univ. of Guelph,Guelph, ON OREP-05 A study of pectic substances of soybeans in relation to water absorption ...
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Tree Row Volume Spraying - Pest Control
... five trees for each system and the deposit of copper was quantified by atomic absorption spectrophotometry. The copper deposit on the four vertically trained plantings decreased as % TRV increased ( ... Spirea aphid and European red mite control with tree-row-volume pesticide rates on dwarf apple trees. Cultivar Year Pesticide rate Delicious Golden Delicious York Percent Spirea Aphid Control 1996 35% ...
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Pesticide Primer
... toll free National Pesticide Telecommunications Network (NPTN) Hot Line, 1-800-858-7378. Mixing The Pesticide The most important thing about pesticide use is to read the label. NEVER use a pesticide other than ... and they provide good protection. Always wear gloves when mixing to avoid skin irritation or absorption. Make sure you mix up only what you intend to use. Most pesticides will lose ...
www.pswdistrict.org

Pesticide Primer for Roses
... toll free National Pesticide Telecommunications Network (NPTN) Hot Line, 1-800-858-7378. Mixing The Pesticide The most important thing about pesticide use is to read the label. NEVER use a pesticide other than ... and they provide good protection. Always wear gloves when mixing to avoid skin irritation or absorption. Make sure you mix up only what you intend to use. Most pesticides will lose ...
www.scvrs.homestead.com

Pesticide safety in the home garden
... and non-target organisms if handled and used incorrectly. Pesticide entry Pesticides can enter the body through dermal absorption, orally or by inhalation. Dermal absorption - through unbroken skin or through cuts and ... hands should be washed thoroughly with soap and clean water prior to doing so. Oral absorption - may occur by accident if pesticides are stored in unmarked food or drink containers. ...
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