1Stored-Product Insects Research and Development Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Savannah, Georgia 31403.
Farmers stock peanuts containing either 0 loose-shelled kernels (LSK) and 0 foreign material (FM), 5 LSK-10 FM, or 10 LSK-20 FM were sprayed with 20 PPM pirimiphos-methyl. Peanut samples were analyzed for insecticide residues during a 1-year storage period. Significantly lower residues were found on in-shell peanuts with 0 LSK-FM than on either of the 2 LSK-FM combinations. Insecticide residues accumulated in the FM and to a lesser extent in the LSK. Negligible residues were found on sound mature kernels from solid pods.
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Keywords: peanuts, pirimiphos-methyl, residues, foreign material, FM, loose-shelled kernels, LSK, Cleaning
How to Cite:
Arthur, F. & Redlinger, L. & Simonaitis, R., (1987) “The Effect of Loose-Shelled Kernels and Foreign Material on Pirimiphos-Methyl Residues in Stored Farmers Stock Peanuts¹”, Peanut Science 14(2), p.59-61. doi: https://doi.org/10.3146/i0095-3679-14-2-2