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An efficient chemical spray system for treating small experimental field plots


, : An efficient chemical spray system for treating small experimental field plots. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 19(4): 433-437

A compared air spray system was more accurate, efficient and less cumbersome in spraying small (0.02-0.04 ha) replicated field plots of soybeans than a conventional sprayer. There was also less waste of chemicals and time between treatments when changing from one chemical to another.

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