A Review on Adsorption and Desorption of Different Pesticides in Various Soil

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Dhara D. Lunagariya
K. G. Patel
Susheel Singh
Vipulkumar B. Parekh
T. R. Ahlawat

Abstract

Pesticides are important to the success of agriculture as well as an inevitable factor to maintain good public health. Over the years, the consumption of pesticides has increased manifold, particularly during the past two decades. However, this increase has caused great concern over the presence of residues or leftover pesticides in the environment. The understanding of adsorption and desorption behavior of different pesticides is an important phenomenon to describe the fate of pesticide in soil and other environmental compartment like water and sediment. The soil is considered as ultimate sink of pesticide as these were reached to soil directly or indirectly from the point/non-point sources. Adsorption–desorption processes are necessary in understanding pesticides retention behavior and its potential mobility within the soil. The behavior of pesticides in the soil depends on factors such as the physico-chemical properties of pesticides, the active surface of mineral, organic components and the amount of the pesticide applied. Henceforth, adsorption and desorption of soil applied pesticides needed to deal with greater sincerity. This review primarily ascertains dominant properties of pesticides including surface area, pH, surface functional groups, carbon content and aromatic structure and evaluate the adsorption and desorption of pesticide in agricultural soils. In addition, a vision for future research prospects has been anticipated by considering the pesticide bioavailability as residues in soil, influence of soil organic matter, clay content, pH and soil temperature on pesticide removal, pesticide properties and its behavior in soils.

Keywords:
Pesticides, adsorption, desorption, soil characters, organic matter

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Lunagariya, D. D., Patel, K. G., Singh, S., Parekh, V. B., & Ahlawat, T. R. (2020). A Review on Adsorption and Desorption of Different Pesticides in Various Soil. International Research Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry, 21(24), 35-41. https://doi.org/10.9734/irjpac/2020/v21i2430332
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