PRZMPesticide Root Zone Model
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PRZM -A model for predicting pesticide fate in the crop root unsaturated soil zones: User[acute accent]s manual for release 2.0.
If more than one application period is possible, then the worst case situation based on simulation results with PRZM or similar models is used.
Estimates by PRZM and by LEACHM were more accurate than those by GLEAMS.
At the Institute for Plant Protection, University of Hohenheim, PRZM and LEACHM simulations are being compared against lysimeter leaching data.
The application of PRZM and other models for pesticide registration requirements also is important.
PRZM has 2 major components: hydrology and chemical transport.
Carsel RF, Smith CN, Mulkey LA, Dean JD, Jowise P (1985) Users manual for the pesticide root zone model (PRZM).
Mueller TC, Jones RE, Bush PB, Banks PA (1992) Comparison of PRZM and GLEAMS computer model predictions with field data for alachlor, metribuzin and norflurazon leaching.
Models have been developed using a variety of approaches, and they include PRZM developed by United States Environmental Protection Agency (Carsel et al.
Carsel RF, Mulkey LA, Lorber MN, Baskin LB (1985) The pesticide root zone model (PRZM): A procedure for evaluating pesticide movement to groundwater.