As a former Pesticide Inspector with the Texas Department of Agriculture, I have seen the problems that can arise from misapplications of pesticides. Before you fire up the sprayer, consider reviewing best practices for spraying, including pre-application equipment checks, drift avoidance, label review, environmental considerations, review pesticide laws and regulations and equipment clean-up. The ultimate goal for producers is to minimize drift – the movement off-target of both spray particles and vapors – and minimize input costs. Preparing accordingly can ensure your spraying experience is productive and rewarding. Remember, spray drift is herbicide dollars lost and trouble invited.
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