Exploring Spray Drones in Soybean

White mould is caused by the fungus Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and it’s an annual threat to soybean when cool, wet conditions correspond with flowering. Variety selection (e.g. high tolerance) and cultural control (e.g. crop rotation and wider row width) are important management tools, but ultimately the application of a crop protection product between R1 and R2 […]

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Dual Fan Nozzles in Broadleaf Crops

The location of water-sensitive papers in the potato plant canopy. Two plants were papered for each nozzle.

Wondering which (if any) dual fan nozzle to buy? Symmetrical? Alternating floods? Asymmetrical? Well, first, understand they are intended for vertical targets, like wheat heads.Here’s a diagram of how they are (ideally) supposed to work: Here’s our very own @Nozzle_Guy, Dr. Tom Wolf to tell you all about them. Now understand they don’t seem improve […]

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