Spray drift

Top 4 considerations for reducing spray drift

Farmers should pay attention to four specific factors when it comes to spray drift.

Top Four Considerations for Reducing Spray Drift | Integrated Pest and Crop Management



Spray drift is the movement of herbicides and other crop inputs away from intended target sites through the air. Several factors play a role in reducing spray drift, but farmers should pay particular attention to these four:

  • Nozzle Selection
  • Drip Size
  • Application Speeds
  • Additional Options

Originally posted by the University of Wisconsin. 

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