1984 – 1987: Vince Creek (Boynthon Rd) (SA). Pesticides: Multiple

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1984/5

Chlorpyrifos: 26.32% (frequency of detection), 0.08ug/L (highest detection)

DDT and Metabolites: 47,37% (frequency of detection), 0.2ug/L (highest detection)

Lindane: 84.21% (frequency of detection), 0.35ug/L (highest detection)

Endosulfan: 10.53% (frequency of detection), 0.01ug/L (highest detection)

Dachtal: 68.42% (frequency of detection), 8.6ug/L (highest detection)

Propzamil: 38.84% (frequency of detection), 3.72ug/L (highest detection)

Chlorothalonil: 5% (frequency of detection), 0.08ug/L (highest detection)

1985/6

Chlorpyrifos: 4.35% (frequency of detection), 0.03ug/L (highest detection)

DDT and Metabolites: 39.13% (frequency of detection), 0.07ug/L (highest detection)

Lindane: 13.04% (frequency of detection), 0.02ug/L (highest detection)

Endosulfan: 4.35% (frequency of detection), 0.01ug/L (highest detection)

Dachtal: 65.22% (frequency of detection), 2.4ug/L (highest detection)

Propzamil: 65.22% (frequency of detection), 1.1ug/L (highest detection)

1986/7

Chlorpyrifos: 23.08% (frequency of detection), 0.22ug/L (highest detection)

DDT and Metabolites: 30.77% (frequency of detection), 0.09ug/L (highest detection)

Lindane: 38.46% (frequency of detection), 0.03ug/L (highest detection)

Dachtal: 84.62% (frequency of detection), 7.5ug/L (highest detection)

Propzamil: 53.85% (frequency of detection), 0.89ug/L (highest detection)

Pilot Survey of Pesticide Residues in Streams Draining a Horticultural Catchment, Piccadilly Valley, South Australia. K Thoma

Department of Agriculture South Australia

Technical Paper No. 131

June 1988