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A review of spray drift in pesticide applications



A review of spray drift in pesticide applications



Aktualni zadaci mehanizacije poljoprivrede Zbornik radova 29 Meunarodnog simpozija iz podrucja mehanizacije poljoprivrede, Opatija, 06-09 veljace 2001: 259-266



In this paper, factors that influence drift are investigated and recommendations related to minimize drift in pesticide applications are presented.

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