W. Alison Forster
W. Alison Forster
Plant Protection Chemistry
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TitleCited byYear
Characterising plant surfaces for spray adhesion and retention
RE Gaskin, KD Steele, WA Forster
New Zealand Plant Protection 58, 179-183, 2005
832005
A universal spray droplet adhesion model
WA Forster, MO Kimberley, JA Zabkiewicz
Transactions of the ASAE 48 (4), 1321-1330, 2005
672005
Towards a model of spray–canopy interactions: interception, shatter, bounce and retention of droplets on horizontal leaves
GJ Dorr, DM Kempthorne, LC Mayo, WA Forster, JA Zabkiewicz, ...
Ecological Modelling 290, 94-101, 2014
452014
Mechanisms of cuticular uptake of xenobiotics into living plants: 1. Influence of xenobiotic dose on the uptake of three model compounds applied in the absence and presence of …
WA Forster, JA Zabkiewicz, M Riederer
Pest Management Science: formerly Pesticide Science 60 (11), 1105-1113, 2004
422004
Cuticular uptake of xenobiotics into living plants. Part 2: Influence of the xenobiotic dose on the uptake of bentazone, epoxiconazole and pyraclostrobin, applied in the …
WA Forster, JA Zabkiewicz, Z Liu
Pest Management Science: formerly Pesticide Science 62 (7), 664-672, 2006
292006
Impaction of spray droplets on leaves: influence of formulation and leaf character on shatter, bounce and adhesion
GJ Dorr, S Wang, LC Mayo, SW McCue, WA Forster, J Hanan, X He
Experiments in Fluids 56 (7), 143, 2015
282015
‘Universal’spray droplet adhesion model–accounting for hairy leaves
JJ Nairn, WA Forster, RM Van Leeuwen
Weed Research 53 (6), 407-417, 2013
252013
Foliar uptake of organosilicone surfactant oligomers into bean leaf in the presence and absence of glyphosate
JA Zabkiewicz, PJG Stevens, WA Forster, KD Steele
Pesticide science 38 (2‐3), 135-143, 1993
251993
Quantification of physical (roughness) and chemical (dielectric constant) leaf surface properties relevant to wettability and adhesion
JJ Nairn, WA Forster, RM van Leeuwen
Pest management science 67 (12), 1562-1570, 2011
232011
Building canopy retention into AGDISP: preliminary models and results
WC Schou, WA Forster, GN Mercer, ME Teske, HW Thistle
2011 Louisville, Kentucky, August 7-10, 2011, 1, 2011
222011
Building canopy retention into AGDISP: preliminary models and results
WC Schou, WA Forster, GN Mercer, ME Teske, HW Thistle
2011 Louisville, Kentucky, August 7-10, 2011, 1, 2011
222011
Process-driven models for spray droplet shatter, adhesion or bounce
WA Forster, GN Mercer, WC Schou
Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Adjuvants for …, 2010
202010
Spray droplet impaction outcomes for different plant species and spray formulations
M Massinon, N De Cock, WA Forster, JJ Nairn, SW McCue, JA Zabkiewicz, ...
Crop protection 99, 65-75, 2017
192017
A model for spray droplet adhesion, bounce or shatter at a crop leaf surface
GN Mercer, WL Sweatman, WA Forster
Progress in Industrial Mathematics at ECMI 2008, 945-951, 2010
172010
The contribution of spray formulation component variables to foliar uptake of agrichemicals
WA Forster, MO Kimberley
Pest management science 71 (9), 1324-1334, 2015
152015
Spray droplet impaction models and their use within AGDISP software to predict retention
WA Forster, GN Mercer, WC Schou
New Zealand Plant Protection 65, 85-92, 2012
152012
Spray retention on whole plants: modelling, simulations and experiments
GJ Dorr, WA Forster, LC Mayo, SW McCue, DM Kempthorne, J Hanan, ...
Crop Protection 88, 118-130, 2016
132016
Improved method for leaf surface roughness characterisation
WA Forster, JA Zabkiewicz
Proc. 6th Int. Symp. on Adjuvants for Agrochemicals, ISAA, 113-118, 2001
132001
Mechanisms of Cuticular Uptake of Xenobiotics into Living Plants: Evaluation of a Logistic− Kinetic Penetration Model
WA Forster, JA Zabkiewicz, M Riederer
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 54 (8), 3025-3032, 2006
122006
Spray retention models for arable crops
WA Forster, MO Kimberley, KD Steele, MR Haslett, JA Zabkiewicz
Journal of ASTM International 3 (6), 1-10, 2006
122006
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