Dissipation and Residues of Penconazole in Grape Fruits
1Central Agricultural Pesticide Laboratory, Pesticide Residues and Environmental Pollution Department, Agriculture Research center, Dokki, Giza, Egypt
2Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Sciences, Benha University, Benha, Egypt
World Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 2013 1 (3), pp 28-30
Received December 30, 2013; Revised June 29, 2013; Accepted June 30, 2013
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- Hassan, Ehab, Nevien Ahmed, and Mohamed Arief. "Dissipation and Residues of Penconazole in Grape Fruits." World Journal of Analytical Chemistry 1.3 (2013): 28-30.
- Hassan, E. , Ahmed, N. , & Arief, M. (2013). Dissipation and Residues of Penconazole in Grape Fruits. World Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 1(3), 28-30.
- Hassan, Ehab, Nevien Ahmed, and Mohamed Arief. "Dissipation and Residues of Penconazole in Grape Fruits." World Journal of Analytical Chemistry 1, no. 3 (2013): 28-30.
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The main objective of this study was to understand the residue and persistence behavior of Penconazole fungicide in grape fruit samples. The residues were analyzed by GC. The average initial deposit of in grape fruit was observed to be 1.04 mg kg-1 at single application rate. The recoveries of Penconazole on grape fruit were observed from 91.04% to 92.13% at fortification levels of 0.1, 0.5 and 1.0 mg kg-1. The reported limit of quantification (LOQ) was found to be 0.02 mg kg-1. The dissipation experiments showed the half-lives (T1/2) of Penconazole were around 1.56 days. According to the maximum residue limit (MRL) the pre-harvest interval (PHI) of Penconazole on grape was 14 days after the treatment.
penconazole, residues, dissipation, grape
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