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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: PROTECTING SURFACE AND GROUND WATERS IN EMERGING FARMING SYSTEMS OF THE NORTH CENTRAL UNITED STATES

Location: Soil and Water Management Research

Title: Indaziflam sorption-desorption in diverse soils

Authors
item Rittenhouse, Jennifer
item Alonso, Diego -
item Rice, Pamela
item Koskinen, William

Submitted to: ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: August 22, 2011
Publication Date: October 19, 2011
Citation: Rittenhouse, J.L., Alonso, D.G., Rice, P.J., Koskinen, W.C. 2011. Indaziflam sorption-desorption in diverse soils. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Abstract #394-28.

Technical Abstract: Indaziflam is a new preemergence-herbicide active ingredient, classified as a member of the new chemical class “alkylazine”. There is no published information on its fate and behavior in soil. This study is aimed at characterizing the adsorption and desorption of indaziflam in soils with different physical chemical properties. Three surface soils and three subsurface soils in Minnesota with varying soil properties (pH 5.8-7.6, 1- 3% organic carbon, 3-23% clay) were used in the study. Adsorption-desorption studies were performed using the batch equilibration method. Sorption to soil was variable; Kd ranged from 5.7-19.6 ml g-1. The surface soils had higher Kf values as compared to the subsurface soils. Normalization of adsorption for organic carbon reduced variability, but did not eliminate it. Desorption of indaziflam was hysteretic, indicating that adsorption data alone will be not be sufficient to accurately predict its transport in soil. More work is needed to further characterize indaziflam adsorption-desorption in aged soils and the potential for indaziflam to contaminate water resources.

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