drift control (Page 3)

NozzlesFighting Drift On Multiple Fronts
May 6, 2010
Applicators have plenty on their minds when they hit the field for a job. But recently spray drift has been Read More
LegislationSpray Drift: Comments Raise Concerns
May 6, 2010
In the March 2010 issue of CropLife® (“Coming To A Head,” March 2010), we discussed the status of EPA’s Pesticide Read More
NozzlesNozzles: Renewed Focus
May 6, 2010
Truthfully, spray drift has been a key issue for U.S.-based nozzle manufacturers since they first started supplying products to the Read More
NozzlesSpray Drift: Coming To A Head
March 11, 2010
Over the past 15 years, EPA has devoted considerable time and effort attempting to address spray drift issues, and Pesticide Read More
AdjuvantsAdjuvants: Vital Tools In The Tank
March 11, 2010
When asked to name the biggest surprise of 2009, one adjuvant supplier pointed to “how resilient the industry continues to Read More
ManagementDriftwatch Site Adds Application For Pesticide Applicators
February 26, 2010
The Indiana Driftwatch Web site now has a registry for pesticide applicators to stay up-to-date on new field information. Driftwatch Read More
LegislationEPA Proposes New Drift Labels
November 16, 2009
EPA has rolled out proposed guidance for new pesticide labeling — including for crop protection products — to reduce off-target Read More
Seed/BiotechKnow Your Target
May 7, 2009
As seed companies bring new and/or combined resistance traits into the market to help growers return higher yields, concerns about Read More
AdjuvantsAdjuvants Energize Inputs
March 5, 2009
New For 2009 Product Action Company AirLink Deposition/drift reduction Canopy penetration agent UCPA Astound Water conditioner/ Nonionic surfactant premix UCPA Read More
AdjuvantsReducing Spray Stray
October 16, 2008
Spray drift. Two simple words, but when combined, they become a double-edged sword that slices into your dealership’s profits and Read More
Management$1 Million Award In Drift Case Raises Concerns
October 8, 2008
A jury has awarded $1 million to an organic farm in Santa Cruz, CA, whose edible herbs were contaminated by Read More
LegislationGetting Drift …The Right Way
September 12, 2008
The issue of spray drift is not going away any time soon. It is certain to remain a hot button Read More
Crop Inputs‘Do I Spray Today?’
September 10, 2008
It’s a decision each custom applicator faces many times during the growing season, whether behind the wheel of a spray Read More
AdjuvantsAdjuvants Add Value
September 9, 2008
Last season was a wild and woolly time for most segments of the crop inputs industry — and adjuvant manufacturers Read More
NozzlesNozzle Tackles Tough Canopies
June 25, 2008
Dense foliage can inhibit proper spray coverage, so Lechler Inc. has designed its new IDK-T ceramic twin flat spray nozzle Read More
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May 24, 2017
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May 24, 2017
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May 23, 2017
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May 22, 2017
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May 19, 2017
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May 18, 2017
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May 17, 2017
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Some of you I’m sure have encountered our recently retired salesman extraordinaire, Dan Bellanger. He worked in the industry for Read More