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Using an asymmetric nozzle design with an air-induction tip, Wolf had “terrific results” at five miles per hour. At 10 miles per hour, the deposit became “less uniform.”

Researcher urges a slow and steady approach to spraying

Expert says a bigger tank, wider boom, and faster tank filling is a better alternative to increased speed

Slow and steady is the better bet when spraying, says a sprayer specialist. “When you have to cover each acre five times per year, you may be very tempted to travel fast,” said AgriMetrix’s Tom Wolf at the recent Cereal Disease Conference. “I’m going to try to convince people to go slower. I know it’s […] Read more