Video Published: 6/12/2013
Changing weed species, changing climate patterns and the requirement for double knock applications using contact herbicides to control difficult weeds are seeing an increase in summer fallow herbicide applications in most broadacre zero till farming systems.
This webinar investigates the balance between minimising spray drift and ensuring reliable efficacy via efficient spray deposition on the target when making spray applications during the warmer summer months.
The important considerations of water rates, nozzle selection, boom height and ground speed will be discussed and how to effectively manage these under rapidly changing daily environmental conditions that typically occur during the summer months.
Bill Gordon, Bill Gordon Consulting. Bill is recognised as the leading spray application adviser in Australia, having travelled extensively across Australia running numerous spray application workshops on how to maximise the performance and minimise the risks associated with broadacre spraying.