2 edition of Pesticide exposure to Florida greenhouse applicators found in the catalog.
Pesticide exposure to Florida greenhouse applicators
Herbert N. Nigg
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research and Development, Water Engineering Research Laboratory in Cincinnati, OH
Written in English
|Statement||H.N. Nigg, J.H. Stamper, and W.D. Mahon.|
|Contributions||Stamper, J. H., Mahon, W. D., Water Engineering Research Laboratory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. ;|
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The exposure of pesticide applicators in a commercial greenhouse facility was assessed. Data were collected primarily from five handgunners and a tractor driver.
The chemicals applied were fluvalinate, chlorpyrifos, ethazol, dicofol, captan, and chlorothalonil. Potential exposure was assessed with exposure pads placed outside all clothing of the applicator.
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Data were collected from three subjects who applied fluvalinate, chlorpyrifos, and ethazol with a fogging device. Potential exposure was measured with exposure pads placed outside all clothing of the by: The UF/IFAS Pesticide Information Office works with FDACS to prepare training materials and exams for pesticide applicator licensing and renewal.
We make study manuals and DVDs available to applicators through the UF/IFAS Extension Bookstore. For a list of study materials required for each license see Exam Study Materials.
The Florida Soil & Greenhouse Pesticide License is available either as a Public certification, for those applicators that apply pesticides to Soils and Greenhouses and that work for federal, state, county or municipal public agencies, or as a Commercialcertification for contractors who apply pesticides to Soils and Greenhouses.
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