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Spray recovery in cereals

Spray recovery in cereals

Weed Res, 6: 1, 84-5

Brief notes are given on the results of tests during 1963-64 with 6 different ground-based crop sprayers, indicating the variations in spray cover which may arise as the cumulative effect of differences between nozzles, boom bounce, pressure drop along the boom, wind, and variation in crop cover. Spray recovery was assessed from the amount of spray caught in plastic dishes 2 in. in diam. placed at random in the inter-row spaces.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-3180.1966.tb00870.x

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