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Spray operators can obtain advice on minimising the risk of spray drift by consulting the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Fact Sheet Practical tips to reduce spray drift... The resource advises that the risk of spray drift increases substantially when spray equipment travels fast during higher speed winds... To reduce the amount of spray drift spray operators are advised to avoid travel speeds above 16 to 18 km/h during higher wind speeds unless there is excellent boom height control and equipment is set up to minimise airborne droplets by providing spray quality which is coarse or larger...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Spray operators can obtain advice on minimising the risk of spray drift by consulting the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Fact Sheet Practical tips to reduce spray drift... The resource advises that the risk of spray drift increases substantially when spray equipment travels fast during higher speed winds... To reduce the amount of spray drift spray operators are advised to avoid travel speeds above 16 to 18 km/h during higher wind speeds unless there is excellent boom height control and equipment is set up to minimise airborne droplets by providing spray quality which is coarse or larger...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Spray operators can obtain advice on minimising the risk of spray drift by consulting the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Fact Sheet Practical tips to reduce spray drift... The resource advises that the risk of spray drift increases substantially when spray equipment travels fast during higher speed winds... To reduce the amount of spray drift spray operators are advised to avoid travel speeds above 16 to 18 km/h during higher wind speeds unless there is excellent boom height control and equipment is set up to minimise airborne droplets by providing spray quality which is coarse or larger...
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Manage speed to eliminate spray drift.. A Canadian study showed that, during higher wind speeds of about 20 kilometres per hour, machinery travelling at about 30km/h almost doubled the amount of chemical contributing to spray drift risk, compared with machinery travel speeds of 8km/h... Spray operators are advised to avoid travel speeds above 16 to 18km/h during higher wind speeds unless there is excellent boom height control and equipment is set up to minimise airborne droplets by providing spray quality which is coarse or larger...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Manage speed to eliminate spray drift.. A Canadian study showed that, during higher wind speeds of about 20 kilometres per hour, machinery travelling at about 30km/h almost doubled the amount of chemical contributing to spray drift risk, compared with machinery travel speeds of 8km/h... Spray operators are advised to avoid travel speeds above 16 to 18km/h during higher wind speeds unless there is excellent boom height control and equipment is set up to minimise airborne droplets by providing spray quality which is coarse or larger...
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