Practical tips for spraying
Published: 18 Jan 2024
All spraying has the potential to produce some spray drift.
Operating a well set-up sprayer, using larger spray quality and traveling slowly during the daytime with low-moderate winds (unstable conditions) and acceptable temperature and relative humidity, is likely to result in minimal spray drift.
The 'Practical tips for spraying' fact sheet provides practical guidance covering these important topics to help spray operators reduce spray drift.
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