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Drift of glyphosate sprays applied with aerial and ground equipment

Drift of glyphosate sprays applied with aerial and ground equipment

Weed Science 26(6): 597-604

The potential losses from spray applications of glyphosate with and without the inclusion of a polymer thickening agent were evaluated in field tests, applied under identified weather conditions with a boom-nozzle ground sprayer, helicopter and fixed-wing aircraft. The downwind transport and diffusion of the spray loss was assessed by means of Mylar fall-out sheets, high vol. air samplers and 4-leaf wheat 'Anza' plants.

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