Best Reference Books – Agrochemicals

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Agrochemicals subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Agrochemicals along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Agrochemicals subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Agrochemicals" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “An Introduction to Industrial Chemistry” by C A Heaton

“An Introduction to Industrial Chemistry” Book Review: This book provides an additional chapter on the most important activities of the chemical industry, research and development. The different approach of the latter to the subject matter is reflected in the book: Organizational Structures-Story of Evolution (chapter 5) and Environmental Impact of the Chemical Industry (chapter 9). Increased coverage is also given for topics such as quality, safety and environmental issues. Wherever possible, statistics and tables are revised and the index extended.

2. “Agrochemicals Desk Reference” by John H Montgomery

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“Agrochemicals Desk Reference” Book Review: This book is based on an increasing number of research publications and continued interest in the fate, transport and remediation of hazardous substances. Much new data, reflecting the wealth of literature in the field, has been added to this book. Ecological and physical/chemical data on over 200 substances, including pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides, are featured.

3. “Agrochemicals: Composition, Production, Toxicology, Applications” by Franz Müller

“Agrochemicals: Composition, Production, Toxicology, Applications” Book Review: This book gives an overview of all things in modern agricultural practice. It leads through chapters dealing with fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides, insecticides, acaricides, nematicides, rodenticides, molluscicides, plant growth regulators and biological control agents. Beginning with a brief historical overview of modern trends in agriculture. The corresponding functional and theoretical aspects are discussed in each chapter and their chemical structure, physical properties, synthesis, agricultural use, trade names, toxicology and ecological significance are followed by each entry.

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4. “Agrochemicals: Preparation and Mode of Action” by R J Cremlyn

“Agrochemicals: Preparation and Mode of Action” Book Review: This book discusses the growth in the application and complexity of chemical pesticides or agrochemicals that has been especially rapid since the end of World War II. The physicochemical factors and biochemical reactions needed in pesticides are discussed in the book. The numerous methods of pesticide formulation and application are also covered. This book is intended to be of benefit to all those interested in chemical pesticides, and in particular to undergraduates studying for degrees in agriculture, applied chemistry, agricultural chemistry, applied biology at universities, polytechnics, and colleges.

5. “Encyclopedia of Agrochemicals” by Jack R Plimmer

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“Encyclopedia of Agrochemicals” Book Review: The book discusses the chemicals used for pest management in agriculture, their development, usage, metabolism, toxicology and mode of action. Pesticides such as herbicides (weed killers), insecticides and fungicides are among these substances. Biotechnology applications are included, as are natural product discussions and growth regulators. Toxicological and regulatory effects are included. This book will be beneficial for postgraduate students.

6. “Safety and Health in the Use of Agrochemicals: Guide” by International Labour Office
7. “Agrochemicals: Webster’s Timeline History” by Icon Group International

“Agrochemicals: Webster’s Timeline History” Book Review: This book discusses Agrochemicals-related timeline events. The book contains bibliographic quotes, patented inventions, as well as non-conventional and alternative interpretations that catch usage ambiguities. In addition, this book includes all parts of speech and contexts. It also includes pop culture, the arts, social sciences, industry, chemistry, physics, biology, and other physical sciences (possessive, institutional use, geographic use).

8. “Fate of Agrochemicals in Terrestrial Ecosystems: An Integrated Modelling Framework” by Joint Research Centre and European Commission

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“Fate of Agrochemicals in Terrestrial Ecosystems: An Integrated Modelling Framework” Book Review: The book discusses how a rapidly growing economy and a more demanding population in Europe are leading to growing socio-economic pressures, land-use and landscape changes are taking place on a large scale. Increasing pressure is placed on water resources and conflicts arise between various stakeholders in the distribution of water, and degradation of water quality exacerbates the problem. This book explains about how pollution of many lakes and wetlands is due to both nitrogen and phosphorus. The book also talks about developing strict regulations in order to regulate and mitigate emissions from nutrients.

9. “Mass Spectra of Pharmaceuticals and Agrochemicals” by Rolf Kühnle

“Mass Spectra of Pharmaceuticals and Agrochemicals” Book Review: This book includes compounds as well as their precursors, by-products and metabolites that are subject to drug trafficking laws. Legal medications and psychotropic drugs are included, too. Pesticides such as insecticides, acaroids, nematicides, fungicides, rodenticides, molluscicides, and repellents are another compound category also included in the book. This book will act as a guide for c.

10. “Bioactive Carboxylic Compound Classes: Pharmaceuticals and Agrochemicals” by Clemens Lamberth and Jürgen Dinges

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“Bioactive Carboxylic Compound Classes: Pharmaceuticals and Agrochemicals” Book Review: This book discusses pharmaceutical and agrochemical compounds categorized by their carboxylic acid functionality. One or two typical syntheses of a particular compound class are described in each of the approximately 40 chapters and provide descriptive details on the production history, mode of action, biological activity and field of application, as well as structure-activity relationships.

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