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  • MF2588
    MF2588
    Questions and Answers about Vineyard Injury from Herbicide Drift

    Young grape vines are much more susceptible than mature vines to hormonal type herbicide such as 2,4-D. Vines may or may not survive. Formula, cultivar, and weather influence results.

    $0.15
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  • S12
    S12
    General Manual: Pesticide Application Training

    Certification Procedures, Pests and Pest Control, Insects, Plant Disease, Weeds, Mollusks, Wildlife Damage, Pesticide Formulations, Labels, Environment, Equipment, Laws, Safety. 116 pages, B/W.

    $8.00
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  • S9
    S9
    Right-of-Way Pest Control, 6

    Weed control, maintenance of public roads, electric powerlines, pipelines, railway rights-of-way, or similar. Also includes applications specified in 7C. 40 pages, B/W.

    $2.35
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  • MF2444
    MF2444
    Strategies to Reduce Spray Drift

    Select a nozzle that produces coarser droplets, Use lower end of pressure range, Lower boom height, Increase nozzle size, Spray when wind speeds are under 10 mph, & away from sensitive crops.

    $0.55
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  • MF2445
    MF2445
    Equipment to Reduce Spray Drift

    Large droplets are not as likely to drift off-target as smaller droplets. This basic principle lies behind many innovations to reduce drift when spraying herbicides. Reviewed June 2014 by John W. Slocombe. 4-page, b/w.

    $0.31
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