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Agricultural and business purposes Environmental Interactions
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Among the oil-borne preservatives, pentachlorophenol and copper naphthenate can be mentioned. Important proprietary preserv atives are: Woolman Salts or Tanalith, a mixture of fluoride, arsenate, 1. HISTORY OF FUNGICIDES 23 chromates, and dinitrophenol; the somewhat similar Osmose Salts; chromated zinc chloride; Celcure, an acid copper chromate; and Boliden Salts, a chromated zinc arsenate. Details of the history of these and methods of application may be found in Hunt and Garrett (1953). J. Antibiotics Modern interest in antibiotics began with the discovery of penicillin by Fleming (1929) who noted that the growth of Staphylococcus aureus in a culture contaminated with a Penicillium was gradually disappear ing.
34 S. E. A. MC CALL AN McNew, G. L. (1959). Landmarks during a century of progress in use of chemicals to control plant diseases. In "Plant Pathology, Problems and Progress, 1 9 0 8 1958" (C. S. ), pp. 42-54. Univ. Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin. Magdoff, B. , Burchfield, H. , and Schechtman, J. (1958). Chemistry and crystallography of some polybasic cupric calcium sulfates (Bordeaux mix tures). Contrib. Boyce Thompson Inst. 19, 267-288. Marsh, R. W. (1938). Some applications of laboratory biological tests to the evaluation of fungicides.
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Agricultural and Industrial Applications Environmental Interactions. An Advanced Treatise by Dewayne Torgeson