Turf Transferrable Residue Studies
Samples are collected using Modified California Roller technique for turf. Separate rollers and dosimeter frames are used for the untreated and treated plots.
For DFR & TTR Study Work in
Agronomic, Vegetable & Specialty Crops:
Grant L. Jordan
Grapes & Small Fruit:
Leaf disc samples are collected with Birkestrand leaf-punch samplers for agronomic and vegetable crops, grapes, ornamentals, small and tree fruit. Separate samplers are used for UTC and TRT samples.
We are equipped to make the following types of applications:
The vast majority of our trial work is conducted on A.C.D.S. Research, Inc. property, where we have our own weather station. For the remaining trials we run off-site, we have a long-standing relationship with the growers. Therefore, there is no danger of trial loss due to grower "overspray" or miscommunications over harvestable areas.
We also own, maintain and operate all of our equipment for trial activities and maintenance. This includes our walk-in cooler and freezers, which are used for sample storage. Both the cooler and freezers lock and are monitored by HOBO temperature loggers.
Agronomic & Vegetable Crops:
For DFR Study Work in
Grapes, Tree & Small Fruit & Hops:
Dislodgeable Foliar Residue Studies
We own several acres of maintained Kentucky Bluegrass turf, available for these trials. Other turf types can be laid per trial requirements. Please contact us to see how we can meet your study needs!
A.C.D.S. Research, Inc. uses on-site contract quality assurance for all trials.
Laura L. Jordan
OMNI Resources, Inc.
34 Van Rensselaer St.
Seneca Falls, NY 13148
Agronomic, Vegetable & Specialty Crop Division Grapes, Tree & Small Fruit & Hops Division
9813 Glenmark Road 5266 Lakemont Himrod Road
North Rose, NY 14516 Dundee, NY 14837
Phone: (315) 587-2140 Phone: (607) 678-4141
Fax: (315) 587-2145 Fax: (607) 678-4141
Residues on the leaf disc samples are dislodged with Aerosol OT solution in jars placed on a reciprocating shaker, or other methods specified by the sponsor. The UTC and TRT samples are each run on the shaker separately.
A.C.D.S. Research, Inc.