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Drift and worker exposure resulting from two methods of applying insecticides to pine bark.Author(s): M.I. Haverty; M. Page; P.J. Shea; J.B. Hoy; R.W. Hall
Source: Bull. Environ. Contam. and Tox. 30: 223-228.
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CitationHaverty, M.I., M. Page, P.J. Shea, J.B. Hoy, and R.W. Hall. 1983. Drift and worker exposure resulting from two methods of applying insecticides to pine bark. Bull. Environ. Contam. and Tox. 30: 223-228.
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