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Soils of three different types were treated with a relatively high dosage level (30 ppm) of [carbonyl-14C]labeled dymron, 1-(a, a-dimethylbenzyl)-3-(p-tolyl)urea and were incubated at 30oC under upland and flooded conditions. The evolution of 14C02 from 14C-dymron was less than 1% of the initial radioactivity during 6 months of incubation in all cases. Evidences showed that soil microbes play an important role for the degradation of dymron. The major transformation products identified weredoi:10.1584/jpestics.9.433 fatcat:4pgsn2uvenamhlwxwik5pxkvd4