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Drift Reduction Techniques

November 2017



By Greg R. Kruger
Weed Science & Application Technology Specialist
West Central Research & Extension Center
North Platte, NE
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Phone:
308-696-6715
Email:greg.kruger@unl.edu


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Summary: Particle drift from spraying pesticide can be triggered by a number of factors, including the wind, nozzle type, and even the formulation. This presentation will help growers, consultants, and industry professionals reduce vapor and particle drift from pesticides in order to mitigate potential injury to non-targeted vegetation near the spray site, as well as wildlife and people.





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