By Kenneth D. Racke, Anne R. Leslie
content material: city pest keep an eye on eventualities and chemical substances / K.D. Racke --
Pesticide developments within the specialist and patron markets / J.E. Hodge --
nationwide domestic and backyard pesticide use survey / R.W. Whitmore, J.E. Kelly, P.L. studying, E. Brandt, and T. Harris --
Federal and country concerns with regards to pesticide use / T.E. Adamczyk --
specialist pest keep an eye on point of view on public issues and regulatory matters / T.J. Delaney --
box review of the endurance and efficacy of insecticides used for termite keep an eye on / B.M. Kard and C.A. McDaniel --
impact of focus, temperature, and soil moisture at the degradation of chlorpyrifos in an city Iowa soil / J.H. Cink and J.R. Coats --
Comparative destiny of chlorpyrifos insecticide in city and agricultural environments / K.D. Racke, R.N. Lubinski, D.D. Fontaine, J.R. Miller, P.J. McCall, and G.R. Oliver --
Dissipation of turfgrass foliar dislodgeable residues of chlorpyrifos, DCPA, diazinon, isofenphos, and pendimethalin / K.A. Hurto and M.G. Prinster --
comparability of foliar dissipation and turf dislodgeable residue sampling suggestions / J.E. Cowell, S.A. Adams, J.L. Kunstman, and M.G. Mueth --
Biologically established sorbents and their power use in pesticide waste disposal in the course of composting / D.E. Mullins, R.W. younger, D.F. Berry, J.-D. Gu, and G.H. Hetzel --
destiny of an antifoulant in an aquatic surroundings / A. Jacobson, L.S. Mazza, L.J. Lawrence, B. Lawrence, S. Jackson, and A. Kesterson --
Horizontal and vertical distribution of chlorpyrifos termiticide utilized as liquid or foam emulsions / R.E. Gold, H.N. Howell, Jr., and E.A. Jordan, III --
Pesticide destiny in turf : experiences utilizing version ecosystems / B.E. Branham, D.R. Smitley, and E.D. Miltner --
capability leaching of herbicides utilized to golfing path vegetables / A.E. Smith and W.R. Tillotson --
Leaching of agrichemicals from suburban parts / A.J. Gold and P.M. Groffman --
Nutrient and pesticide concentrations in water from chemically handled turfgrass / S.A. Harrison, T.L. Watschke, R.O. Mumma, A.R. Jarrett, and G.W. Hamilton, Jr. --
box and version estimates of pesticide runoff from turfgrass / W.D. Rosenthal and B.W. Hipp --
Groundwater and floor water threat checks for proposed golfing classes / S.Z. Cohen, T.E. Durborow, and N.L. Barnes --
small-plot recommendations for measuring airborne and dislodgeable residues of pendimethalin following software to turfgrass / J.J. Jenkins, A.S. Curtis, and R.J. Cooper --
impression of spray adjuvant on off-site airborne and deposited parathion from cranberry bathrooms handled by way of aerial software and chemical irrigation / J.M. Clark, J.R. Marion, and D.M. Tessier --
Applicator and bystander publicity to domestic backyard and panorama insecticides / K.R. Solomon, S.A. Harris, and G.R. Stephenson --
size of insecticides in air in the course of program to lawns, timber, and shrubs in city environments / R.A. Yeary and J.A. Leonard --
publicity degrees to indoor insecticides / R.B. Leidy, C.G. Wright, and H.E. Dupree, Jr. --
hazards linked to publicity to chlorpyrifos and chlorpyrifos formula parts / J.R. Vaccaro --
hazard research for phenylmercuric acetate in indoor latex condominium paint / J.M. Blondell and S.M. Knott --
Avian reaction to organophosphorus insecticides utilized to turf / L.W. Brewer, R.A. Hummell, and R.J. Kendall --
Pesticide and fertilizer results on precious invertebrates and results for thatch degradation and pest outbreaks in turfgrass / D.A. Potter --
insecticides and pets / V.R. Beasley --
Nontarget organism reviews for rodenticides / D.E. Kaukeinen.
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The pesticide user industry is trying to alleviate the public's fears by letting them feel that they have control over the pesticide application process-by notifying them when pesticides are applied. This approach lets individuals decide for themselves whether they want to expose themselves to a pesticide. It helps gain the public's trust and gives credibility to our industry. Consider the public's perception of risk: 1. Voluntaryrisksare accepted more readily than those that are imposed. 2. Risks that individuals feel they have some control over are better accepted than risks that individuals feel they have no control over.
WHITMORE ET AL. 23 National Home and Garden Pesticide Use Survey 368,954,000. 50. The estimated distribution of the number of products in storage at residences in the target population at the time of the survey (August and September 1990) is shown in Table Π for single-family and multi-family residences . The estimated percentage of residences that had at least one pesticide product in storage is 90 percent for single-family residences, which is significantly greater than the estimated 70 percent for multi-family residences.
50. The estimated distribution of the number of products in storage at residences in the target population at the time of the survey (August and September 1990) is shown in Table Π for single-family and multi-family residences . The estimated percentage of residences that had at least one pesticide product in storage is 90 percent for single-family residences, which is significantly greater than the estimated 70 percent for multi-family residences. About 85 percent of all households had at least one pesticide product in storage at the time of the survey.