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The capsule slowly releasesthe pesticide. The encapsulation processcan prolong the active life of the pesticide by providing a timed release of the active ingredient. Advantages: Increased safety to applicator. m Easy to mix. handle. and apply. n Releasespesticide over a period of time. n Disadvantages: Constant agitation necessary in tank. n Some bees may pick up the capsules and carry them back to their hive where the released pesticide may poison the entire hive. n Water-Disersible GranulesPDryFlowablesl (WDGor OF1 Water-dispersible granular formulations are like wettable powder formulations.

A, The wettable powder would be the best choice in the first situation, becauseEC’s are corrosive and may cause pitting. discoloration, or other damageto treated surfaces. Wettable powders are difficult to mix in very hard or very alkaline water, so the EC formulation would be the best choice in the second situation. 0 . Why are adjuvants sometimes added to pesticide formulations? A, Adjuvants are added to a pesticide formulation or tank mix to increase its effectiveness or safety. Q l What type(s) of adjuvants should you consider for reducing drift?

Will the formulation reach the target and stay in place long enough to control the pest? Might the formulation harm the target site? 0 . If you had a choice of either a wettable powder formulation or a granular formulation for a particular pest control task, which would be best if drift were a major concern? Which would be best if you need the pesticide to stay on a surface that is not level, such as foliage? A. The granular formulation would be the best choice in the first situation, becausegranules have a much lower drift hazard than wettable powders.

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