Measures to reduce glyphosate runoff from hard surfaces, 2: effect of time interval between application and first precipitation event

C.D. Luijendijk, W.H.J. Beltman, R.A. Smidt, L.J.T. van der Pas, C. Kempenaar

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Abstract

In this research the effect of moisture conditions of hard surfaces on emission of herbicides from hard surfaces was quantified. In addition the dissipation of glyphosate applied on brick-pavement is determined in time. The outdoor experiment was carried out on 3 and 17 June 2003. In previous research (part 1) the effect of a buffer zone around drains of sewage systems on glyphosate runoff was tested experimentally (Luijendijk et al., 2003)
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWageningen
PublisherPlant Research International (PRI)
Number of pages24
Publication statusPublished - 2005

Publication series

NameNote / Plant Research International
PublisherPlant Research International
No.353

Keywords

  • glyphosate
  • pavements
  • runoff
  • runoff water
  • water pollution
  • rain
  • weed control

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