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MEDITERRANEAN GROUP OF PESTICIDE RESEARCH PLANT PROTECTION SOCIETY OF SERBIA Supported by the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technological Development of Serbia Organize Annual MGPR Meeting 2012 and International Conference on Food and Health Safety: Moving Towards a Sustainable Agriculture BOOK OF ABSTRACTS Belgrade (Serbia) October 2012 Zbornik rezimea radova sa Annual MGPR Meeting 2012 and International Conference on Food and Health Safety: Moving Towards a Sustainable Agriculture Beograd, October 2012 Izdavač: Društvo za zaštitu bilja Srbije Beograd 80, Nemanjina 6; p.fah Internet: Za Izdavača: Prof.dr Goran Delibašić, predsednik Društva Međunarodni standardni broj knjige / International Standard Book Number ISBN Tiraž: 100 primeraka Realizacija: LEX Print, Beograd Place: The Annual MGPR Meeting 2012 and International Conference on Food and Health Safety: Moving Towards a Sustainable Agriculture, Belgrade, Hotel MOSKVA - Hall BALKANSKA. Oficial language: English Organizing Committee Chairperson: LAZIĆ Sanja, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture, Serbia Members: ANGIONI Alberto, Mediterranean Group for Pesticide Research, Italy BURSIĆ Vojislava, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture, Novi Sad, Serbia DELIBAŠIĆ Goran, Plant Protection Society of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia IGNJATOVIĆ ĆUPINA Aleksandra, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture, Serbia SAVČIĆ PETRIĆ Snežana, Plant Protection Directorate of Republic of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia ŠPIROVIĆ Bojana, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade, Serbia VUKOVIĆ Gorica, Institute of Public Health of Belgrade, Serbia Scientific Committee Chairperson: MOJAŠEVIĆ Milica, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade, Serbia Members: AIT OUBAHOU Ahmed, Complexe Horticole d'agadir, Institut Agronomique et Vétérinaire Hassan II, Dept. Horticulture, Enseignement/Recherche, Morocco ANASTASSIADES Michelangelo, CVUA, Stuttgart, Germany ANGIONI Alberto, University of Cagliari, Department of Toxicology, Food and Environmental Unit, Italy GEBARA, Amir, Instituto Biologico, São Paulo, Brazil GAŠIĆ Slavica, Institute of Pesticides and Environmental Protection, Belgrade,Serbia IVANOVIĆ Miroslav, Syngenta, Serbia JOVAŠEVIĆ-STOJANOVIĆ Milena, Vinča Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia KAYA Ummuhan, AIR Alasehir Analytic Private Food Control Laboratory, Turkey LENTZA-RIZOS Chaido, Ex National Agricultural research Foundation, Greece LAZIĆ Sanja, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture, Novi Sad, Serbia MATOVIĆ Vesna, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Pharmacy, Belgrade, Serbia MARČIĆ Dejan, Institute of Pesticides and Environmental Protection, Belgrade, Serbia MENKISSOGLU-SPIROUDI Urania, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Faculty of Agriculture, Pesticide Science Laboratory, Greece MONTOYA Angel, Inter-University Research Institute for Bioengineering and Human Centered Technology, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain OBRADOVIĆ Aleksa, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Agriculture, Serbia TANOVIĆ Brankica, Institute for Pesticides and Environmental Protection, Belgrade, Serbia VALVERDE Antonio, University of Almeria, Pesticide Residue Research Group, Spain General Secretary Ivanka Kraus, Plant Protection Society of Serbia, Belgrade, Serbia ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Annual MGPR Meeting 2012 and International Conference on Food and Health Safety: Moving Towards a Sustainable Agriculture is organized with a financial support of the Plant Protection Society of Serbia Supporting Members for the organization of this International Conference. Plant Protection Society of Serbia, as the Organizer, expresses a gratitude for this help in personal and in the name of attendees of this Conference. The List of our supporting members, as it is written on web site: is given below. AGROMARKET, Kragujevac GALENIKA FITOFARMACIJA, Belgrade DSP CHROMATOGRAPFY, Belgrade CHEMICAL AGROSAVA, Belgrade BASF SRBIJA, Belgrade BAYER, Belgrade CONTENT INTRODUCTION...10 PROGRAMME...12 I. PESTICIDE REGULATIONS - oral presentations...21 I.1. REGULATION IN THE AREA OF PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS IN SERBIA - STATUS AND PERSPECTIVE...22 I.2. GOOD AGRICULTURAL PRACTICE (GAP) AS THE BASIS FOR MAXIMUM RESIDUE LEVELS (MRLS) FOR PESTICIDES INTERPLAY BETWEEN AUTHORISATIONS OF PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS AND SETTING OF MRLS...24 II. PESTICIDE RESIDUES, ENVIRONMENTAL FATE,...29 II.1. PESTICIDES IN FOODS? YES, BUT UNDER CONTROL!...30 II.2. CONTROL OF PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN BABY FOOD SAMPLES ON SERBIA MARKET BY LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY - TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY AND GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY- MASS SPECTROMETRY..31 II.3. MODELLING AND MITIGATION STRATEGIES RELATING TO PESTICIDE EXPOSURE FOR OPERATOR, WORKER, BYSTANDER AND RESIDENT: THE CASE OF THE BROWSE PROJECT...33 II.4. PILOT APPLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF THE SUSTAINABLE USE DIRECTIVE IN A VULNERABLE ECOSYSTEM: THE CASE OF THE ECOPEST LIFE+ PROJECT II.5. RISK ASSESSMENT OF THE EXPOSURE OF FARMWORKERS TO PESTICIDES USING HAIR ANALYSIS...36 II.6. A STEP TOWARDS REFINING RISK ASSESSMENT OF HERBICIDES: MYRIOPHYLLUM AQUATICUM GROWTH INHIBITION TEST IN WATER SEDIMENT SYSTEM...38 II.7. PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN HONEYBEE AND BEE PRODUCTS AFTER REPORTED DEATH INCIDENTS IN HONEYBEES...39 II.8. OPTIMISATION OF DISPERSIVE LIQUID-LIQUID MICROEXTRACTION METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF NEONICOTINOID INSECTICIDES IN HONEY SAMPLES USING HPLC-MS/MS...40 II.9. PESTICIDE RESIDUES EVALUATION OF CARBENDAZIM IN ORANGE SAMPLES...42 II.10. ACTIVITY OF MULTIXENOBIOTIC RESISTANCE (MXR) MECHANISM AFTER EXPOSURE TO NEONICOTINOID INSECTICIDE IMIDACLOPRID AND ITS TRANSFORMATION PRODUCT 6-CHLORONICOTINIC ACID IN AMPHIPOD Gammarus fossarum AND EARTHWORM Eisenia fetida...43 III. BIOPESTICIDES AND CONTAMINANTS - oral presentations...45 III.1. BACTERIOPHAGES AS BACTERICIDES IN PLANT PROTECTION...46 III.2. BOTANICAL NEMATICIDES FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN BASIN...47 III.3. EXPOSURE TO PESTICIDES FROM CONSUMER PRODUCTS AND OTHER SOURCES IN THE LIVING ENVIRONMENT 8 Annual MGPR Meeting 2012 and International Conference on Food and Health Safety: Moving Towards III.4. RESIDUE ANALYSIS OF ETHOXYQUIN AND ITS OXIDATION PRODUCTS IN A GREEK LOAM TOPSOIL...49 III.5. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SPINOSAD IN THE OLIVE FRUIT FLY Bactrocera oleae Gmel (Diptera, Tephritidae) CONTROL...50 III.6. WEED RESPONSE TO REDUCED APPLICATION RATES OF TALISMAN EKSTRA (NICOSULFURON + SULCOTRIONE)...51 III.7. ALLELOPATHIC ACTIVITY OF Ambrosia artemisiifolia L IV. PESTICIDE FORMULATIONS AND APPLICATION - oral presentations...53 IV.1. RECENT ADVANCES IN PESTICIDE FORMULATIONS - DEVELOPMENT OF SAFER FORMULATIONS...54 IV.2. SAFE USE INITIATIVE (SUI) A CROP PROTECTION INDUSTRY INITIATIVE IN SERBIA...55 IV.3. IMPORTANCE OF PHYTOSANITARY MEASURES IN STRAWBERRY PROTECTION AGAINST THE MOST IMPORTANT HARMFUL...57 V. POSTER SECTION...59 V.1. DETERMINATION OF SOME PESTICIDES IN HONEY BY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH MASS DETECTOR ( GC MS )...60 V.2. MONITORING OF PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN LETTUCE (Lactuca sativa) ON MARKET OF BANJA LUKA...61 V.3. PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN FRUIT AND VEGETABLE BASED PRODUCTS..62 V.4. DETERMINATION OF DITHIOCARBAMATE RESIDUES IN RASPBERRIES BY GC/ECD/HSS...63 V.5. VALIDATION OF IMAZAMOX DETERMINATION METHOD IN PLANT MATERIAL...64 V.6. APPLICATION OF LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH DIODE-ARRAY DETECTOR FOR DETERMINATION OF ACETAMIPRID AND 6- CHLORONICOTINIC ACID RESIDUES IN SWEET CHERRY SAMPLES...65 V.7. DISPERSIVE LIQUID-LIQUID MICROEXTRACTON AND QUECHERS FOR IDENTIFICATION AND DETERMINATIONOF PESTICIDES IN FOOD BY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY...67 V.8. EFFECT OF ORGANIC MATTER AND CLAY CONTENT IN THE SOIL ON TRIAZINE AND ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDES ADSORPTION PROCESSES...69 V.9. ANALYSIS OF DICAMBA RESIDUES IN SOIL BY QUECHERS AND HPLC- DAD...70 V.10. DETERMINATION OF POLAR PESTICIDES IN SOIL AND WATERS BY CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS...71 V.11. THE EFFECT OF 2,4-D ON MICROORGANISMS IN ALLUVIUM SOIL...72 V.12. METHOD VALIDATION AND UNCERTAINTY EVALUATION OF THE INSECTICIDE CHLORPYRIFOS IN WATER SAMPLES BY USING HPLC ANALYSIS...73 V.13. LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY FOR THE DETERMINATION OF PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN SURFACE WATER ON THE TERRITORY OF BELGRADE...74 V.14. DETERMINATION OF HERBICIDE RESIDUES BY GAS- CHROMATOGRAPHY/MASS SPECTROMETRY IN WATER OF RIVER SAVA...75 V.15. MICROWAVE-ASSISTED SOLVENT EXTRACTION AND REVERSED- PHASE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH DIODE ARRAY DETECTION FOR SCREENING SULFONYLUREA HERBICIDES IN SOIL SAMPLES...76 V. 16. TRACE ANALYSIS OF SULFONYLUREA HERBICIDES IN SOIL SAMPLES USING SOLID-PHASE EXTRACTION AND LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH PHOTODIODES DETECTION...78 V.17. APPLICATION OF XAD-2 RESIN-BASED PASSIVE SAMPLERS AND SPME-GC-MS/MS ANALYSIS FOR THE MONITORING OF SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATIONS OF ATMOSPHERIC PESTICIDES IN LUXEMBOURG V.18. CYTOGENETIC EFFECT IN A SERBIAN POPULATION OCCUPATIONALLY EXPOSED TO A COMPLEX MIXTURE OF PESTICIDES...82 V.19. IMPROVING ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY THROUGH THE PROPER CHOICE OF PESTICIDE FORMULATION...83 V.20. INVOLVEMENT IN A COLLABORATIVE STUDY FOR THE DETERMINATION OF PIRIMIPHOS-METHYL...84 V.21. EFFECTS OF ESSENTIAL OILS ON Monilinia spp. in vitro...85 V.22. ANTIFEEDING POTENTIAL OF SOME PLANT PREPARATIONS FOR Lymantria dispar L. LARVAE...86 V.23. A STUDY OF THE COMPETITION BETWEEN WINTHER WHEAT AND Avena fatua L V.24. LOW-LEVEL DETECTIONS OF SUDAN 1, 2, 3 AND 4 IN SPICES AND CHILLI-CONTAINING FOODSTUFFS USING UPLC-MS/MS: PITFALLS AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS V.25. DETERMINATION OF NITRATES IN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES...89 V.26. DETERMINATION OF FUMONISINS B1 AND B2 IN BABY FOOD SAMPLES MANUFACTURED IN SERBIA BY LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY/TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY...90 V.27. METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF POPULATION DENSITY OF Opomyza florum Fabr. (Diptera: Opomyzidae) ON WINTER WHEAT IN BULGARIA...91 V.28. HEAVY METAL POLLUTION IN SOIL: A SURVEY ON THE WEST- CENTRAL SARDINIAN LONG-TERM VINEYARDS (ITALY)...93 V.29. BIONEMATICIDES OF GREEK ORIGIN...94 INDEX OF AUTHORS INTRODUCTION Dear Colleagues, dear Participants On behalf of the Office of the President I welcome you in Belgrade, Serbia for the Annual MGPR Meeting This is the 7 th International Meeting of our Association founded in 1999 by late Paolo Cabras from the University of Cagliari, Italy, together with many of you. The Mediterranean Group of Pesticide Research (MGPR) is a non-profit and apolitical scientific association established with the purpose of disseminating knowledge in all aspects of pesticide research thus meeting the demands for sustainable agricultural production in the Mediterranean region with respect to human health and environmental safety. MGPR is collecting data on issues related to the use of pesticides in order to contribute to the most reliable and effective information of interest to both public officers and customers. MGPR through its members contributes in defining and updating regulations pertaining to pesticide registration. MGPR Meetings are, usually, organized jointly with national organization involved in pesticide research. This year it is for me a great pleasure to organize for the first time the meeting in Serbia in collaboration with the Plant Protection Society of Serbia, that took care of the organization of the meeting. My special thank goes to Prof. Goran Delibasic President of PPSS, and Ivanka Kraus for their willingness to organize this event, and I want to express my warmest thanks to Prof. Milica Mojasevic for have accepted to organize the meeting and for all the efforts she has put in place for the success of the event. We are moving towards difficult times for scientific research and I hope that the efforts to organize meetings such as this, will lead to greater unity among the groups working together in the same areas in different parts of the continent for future relationships and successful projects. I wish you a fruitful meeting, and a pleasant stay in Belgrade. Dr. Alberto Angioni MGPR President 10 Ladies and gentlmen, dear colleagues, It is a pleasure and privilege to welcome you all here in Belgrade to THE ANNUAL MGPR MEETING 2012 AND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FOOD AND HEALTH SAFETY: MOVING TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE organized by MGPR and Plant Protection Society of Serbia. Two thousand years ago, the famous Hippocrates, a doctor and a philosopher in ancient Greece, said: Food should be a medicine, and medicine should be food. This fabled sentence became an everlasting truth in human battle for preservation of good health through the centuries. In addition, a famous Serbian poet, Dusko Radovic said: Health is well-being of body and soul and should be treasured to last long. Many human diseases can be prevented and treated by adequate nutrition. The only question is whether we can, for various reasons, provide such food daily and continuously, and whether it can be both safe and of good quality? The way we live today will determine our health tomorrow. Therefore, all of us involved in food production and safety hold enormous responsibility. Numerous participants from 14 countries, as well as topics and papers to be presented are a good foundation for another successful meeting and a competent, reasoned discussion on an important issue safety of food and sustainable agriculture. I would like to thank dr Albert Angioni, the MGPR President for being confident that we could organize this year's meeting together, by joining our forces. I would also like to thank professor dr Milica Mojašević, the president of the Scientific committee, professor dr Sanja Lazic, the president of the Organizing committee, and Ivanka Kraus, the secretary of the Plant protection society of Serbia. Their contribution was indispensable. Last but not least, I would like to thank the management of the hotel MOSKVA, a beautiful and famous Belgrade venue, for making their facilities and service available, for friendly atmosphere and a pleasant stay. The time in which we live is full of challenges; providing funds for smooth and effective work is, without doubt, one of the biggest. We are sincerely grateful that you all have found ways to come to Belgrade and take part in this conference. I wish successful work to us all. I am hoping that stay in our city will be a memorable event for you, especially during leisure and relaxation and that this will not be your last visit. Thank you all for your time. Professor dr Goran Delibašić, President of Plant Protection Society of Serbia 11 PROGRAMME 12 Thursday 11 October REGISTRATION and POSTER MOUNTING OPPENING REMARKS: Goran Delibašić, Alberto Angioni, Sanja Lazić Session 1. PESTICIDE REGULATION Chair: Sanja Lazić (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture, Serbia) Savčić-Petrić S.(Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management, Serbia): REGULATION IN AREA OF PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS IN SERBIA - STATUS AND PERSPECTIVE invited speaker Lentza-Rizos Ch. (ex National Agricultural Research Foundation, Greece): GOOD AGRICULTURAL PRACTICE (GAP) AS THE BASIS FOR MAXIMUM RESIDUE LEVELS (MRLS) FOR PESTICIDES: INTERPLAY BETWEEN AUTHORISATIONS OF PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS AND SETTING OF MRLS invited speaker Anastassiades M., Alba A.F., Gamón M., Poulsen M.E. & Lippold R. (EU Reference Laboratory for single methods for pesticides, CVUA, Stuttgart, Germany): EURLS ON PESTICIDES RESIDUES - LOOK- BACK AT 6 YEARS OF WORK invited speaker Coffe Break Session 2. PESTICIDE RESIDUES, ENVIRONMENTAL FATE, EXPOSURE MODELLING Chair: Amir Gebara (Instituto Biológico, São Paulo, Brasil) Valverde A. (University of Almeria, Spain): PESTICIDES IN FOODS? YES, BUT UNDER CONTROL! invited speaker Vuković G., Lazić S., Bursić V., Shtereva D., & Mladenova R. (Institute of Public Health of Belgrade, Serbia): CONTROL OF PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN BABY FOOD SAMPLES ON SERBIAN MARKET BY LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY AND GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY invited speaker Sacchettini G., Capri E. & Trevisan M. (UCSC di Piacenza, Italy): MODELLING AND MITIGATION STRATEGIES RELATING TO PESTICIDE EXPOSURE FOR OPERATOR, WORKER, BYSTANDER AND RESIDENT: THE CASE OF THE BROWSE PROJECT invited speaker Lunch Break and Poster Section 13 Chair: Urania Menkissoglu - Spiroudi (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Faculty of Agriculture, Greece) Machera K. & Markellou E. (Benaki Phytopathological Institute,Greece): PILOT APPLICATION OF THE PRINCIPLES OF THE SUSTAINABLE USE DIRECTIVE IN A VULNERABLE ECOSYSTEM: THE CASE OF THE ECOPEST LIFE+ PROJECT Schummer C., Salquebre G., Briand O., Appenzeller B. & Millet M. (Université de Strasbourg, France; Laboratoire National de Santé, Luxembourg): RISK ASSESSMENT OF THE EXPOSURE OF FARMWORKERS TO PESTICIDES USING HAIR ANALYSIS Teodorović I., Tunić T., Knežević V., Kerkez Dj., Tubic A., Brkić D. & Ivancev Tumbas I. (University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Science, Serbia): A STEP TOWARDS REFINING RISK ASSESSMENT OF HERBICIDES: MYRIOPHYLLUM AQUATICUM GROWTH INHIBITION TEST IN A WATER SEDIMENT SYSTEM Coffe Break Chair: Ummuhan Kaya (AIR Alasehir Food Control Laboratory, Turkey) Kasiotis K.M. & Machera K. (Benaki Phytopathological Institute, Greece): PESTICIDE RESIDUES IN HONEYBEE AND BEE PRODUCTS AFTER REPORTED DEATH INCIDENTS IN HONEYBEES Jovanov P., Guzsvány V., Franko M., Lazić S., Šarić B., Banjac V., Šarić Lj., Nedeljković N., Džigurski A. & Matić J. (University of Novi Sad, Institute of Food Technology, Serbia): OPTIMISATION OF DISPERSIVE LIQUID -LIQUID MICROEXTRACTION METHOD FOR SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF NEONICOTINOID INSECTICIDES IN HONEY SAMPLES USING HPLC-MS/MS Ciscato C.H.P.; Gebara A.B.; Barbosa C.M.& Souza G.S. (Instituto Biológico, São Paulo, Brasil): PESTICIDE RESIDUES EVALUATION OF CARBENDAZIM IN ORANGE SAMPLES Malev O., Sauerborn Klobučar R., Štambuk A., Šrut M., Topić Popović N., Strunjak-Perović I., Fabbretti E., Trebše P., Klobučar G.I.V.& Čoz-Rakovac R. (University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia): ACTIVITY OF MULTIXENOBIOTIC RESISTANCE (MXR) MECHANISM AFTER EXPOSURE TO NEONICOTINOID INSECTICIDE IMIDACLOPRID AND ITS TRANSFORMATION PRODUCT 6-CHLORONICOTINIC ACID IN AMPHIPOD Gammarusfossarum AND EARTHWORM Eiseniafetida MGPR Assembly Social Events (sightseeing & dinner) 14 Friday 12 October 2012 Session 3. BIOPESTICIDES AND CONTAMINANTS Chair: Tanović Brankica (Institute of Pesticides and Environmental Protection, Serbia) Gašić K., Ivanović Milan, Prokić A., Kuzmanović N., & Obradović A. (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Agriculture, Serbia): BACTERIOPHAGES AS BACTERICIDES IN PLANT PROTECTION invited speaker Caboni Pierluigi (University of Cagliari, Italy): BOTANICAL NEMATICIDES FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN BASIN invited speaker Jovašević-Stojanović M., Jović Stošić J. & Mojašević M. (VINČA Institute of Nuclear Science, Serbia): EXPOSURE TO PESTICIDES FROM CONSUMER PRODUCTS AND OTHER SOURCES IN THE LIVING ENVIRONMENT invited speaker Coffe Break Chair: Nedeljko Latinović (University of Montenegro) Papadopoulou E.S., Menkissoglu - Spiroudi U., Manta S., Komiotis D. & Karpouzas D.G. (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Faculty of Agriculture, Greece): RESIDUE ANALYSIS OF ETHOXYQUIN AND ITS OXIDATION PRODUCTS IN A GREEK LOAM TOPSOIL Perović T., Hrnčić S., Adakalić M., & Lazović B. (University of Montenegro): THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SPINOSAD IN THE OLIVE FRUIT FLY BACTROCERA OLEAE GMEL (DIPTERA, TEPHRITIDAE) CONTROL Jovanović-Radovanov K., Vrbničanin S., Elezović I., & Mojašević M. (University of Belgrade,Faculty of Agriculture, Serbia): WEED RESPONSE TO REDUCED APPLICATION RATES OF TALISMAN EKSTRA (NICOSULFURON + SULCOTRIONE) IN MAIZE (ZEA MAYS L.) Negre M., Mozzetti Monterumici C., Vidotto F., Ferrero A. (Dipartimento di Scienze Agrarie, Italy): ALLELOPATHIC ACTIVITY OF AMBROSIA ARTEMISIIFOLIA L Lunch Break and Poster Section 15 Session 4. PESTICIDE FORMULATIONS AND APPLICATION Chair:
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