Furrow sowing (Table 1) has been used to manage water-repellent soils because it allows water harvesting from the ridges into the furrow and allows placement of the seed deeper in the soil, either in the lower topsoil or shallow subsoil, which is often more wettable
. Ponding within the furrow creates a positive hydraulic head, which assists infiltration of water (Feng et al.
First, the lower limit which determines the minimum amount of water below which the soil is water repellent, and the other, which determines the water content above which the soil is wettable
(KEIZER et al., 2007, VOGELMANN, 2011).
 proved that both the coarsening dynamics and the final morphology were significantly affected by the mobility of glass particles and their selective inclusion of the more wettable
Plantlets were sprayed at dew point with 20-25 mL of wettable
powder per plantlet.
powder), insect growth regulators (IGRs: chitin synthesis inhibitors) were used to evaluate efficacy of wild caught laboratory-reared early 4th instars of Ae.
The company has two plants, one each at Kushkhera (Rajasthan) and Samba (Jammu & Kashmir), with a combined installed capacity of 80 kilolitres for emulsifiable concentrate and 120 million tonnes for wettable
The acquisition expands P2iEoACAOs product portfolio beyond its market-leading technologies for liquid repellency, adding EoACA[pounds sterling]functionalEoACA[yen] coating technologies with applications including anti-bacterial resistance, liquid attracting (super wettable
), and many others.
Petrosida Table--4 Types of product, 2009 Products Description Acaricides Fungicides Herbicides House hold insecticides Gorila 0.25 mc, Banteng 0.3 mc, Orbit 0.03 mc Formulation service Granule insecticide formulation (G) Emulsion Concentrate (EC) Liquid Herbicides (AS) Wettable
Powder (WP) and FLOWABLE (F) Liquid supplementary fertilizer Liquid supplementary fertilizer Mosquito coil (MC) Source : PT.
In this case the isolator is used to enclose wettable
accessories and peripheral equipment.
powders--These are very fine inert dusts that must be mixed with water.
It is sold alone as dusts, ready-to-use liquids, liquid concentrates, wettable
powders, or in combination products with other insecticides and fungicides.
The mixture must be continually agitated to prevent the wettable
powder from settling out (Figure 13-5).