Adjuvants – A Primer

We can always count on receiving regular questions about tank mixes but in recent years we’re hearing more about adjuvants. Many pesticides are already formulated with a variety of adjuvants. Perhaps they are intended to improve shelf-stability, or mixing and/or product performance. A pesticide label may specify a particular name brand or generalize a category […]

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Spraying Ginseng with Arag Microjets

In June 2013 we ran a ginseng spraying workshop and we learned as much as the growers did. Ginseng is notoriously difficult to spray: It is highly susceptible to pathogens given the high humidity and still conditions generally found under the shade structure. It forms a solid ceiling of leaves that resist spray penetrating to […]

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Sprayers101 – A History

On May 29, 2015, we launched www.sprayers101.com. I like that sentence because it’s short and provides the reader with critical information. However, it really doesn’t convey the blood, sweat and tears that went into its development. Nor is it technically correct. So, let’s go back and start at the beginning. In December, 2013, we launched […]

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Drift is… good?

OK, fine. We confess to the shameful use of click-bait in our title. Nevertheless, it’s absolutely true: Drift can be good. The reason this statement is unsettling is because of the lack of context, which is really what this article is about. The majority of sprayer-related information available to ag stakeholders relates to horizontal boom […]

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