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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Know the correct mixing order for every tank mix you use... A guide to the suitability of water for spray applications can be quickly obtained using the following procedure... Sometimes foaming can be reduced by having more water in the tank before introducing products or by using anti-foaming agents...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Know the correct mixing order for every tank mix you use... A guide to the suitability of water for spray applications can be quickly obtained using the following procedure... Sometimes foaming can be reduced by having more water in the tank before introducing products or by using anti-foaming agents...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Know the correct mixing order for every tank mix you use... A guide to the suitability of water for spray applications can be quickly obtained using the following procedure... Sometimes foaming can be reduced by having more water in the tank before introducing products or by using anti-foaming agents...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
In order to maximise the benefits of fallow sprays, Dow AgroSciences' Rob Buttimor says they need to be managed to the same degree as in-crop sprays so growers do not end up with a mess in the spray tank... "Growers using 2 percent AMS in soft water are effectively wasting their money," Mr Buttimor says... By adding lots of other ions to the spray tank in the form of hard water or soluble liquid herbicides, it neutralizes these charges and the oil droplets can come together to form large oil droplets, oily gels or general glug that will float to the top or sink to the bottom of the spray tank...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
In order to maximise the benefits of fallow sprays, Dow AgroSciences' Rob Buttimor says they need to be managed to the same degree as in-crop sprays so growers do not end up with a mess in the spray tank... "Growers using 2 percent AMS in soft water are effectively wasting their money," Mr Buttimor says... By adding lots of other ions to the spray tank in the form of hard water or soluble liquid herbicides, it neutralizes these charges and the oil droplets can come together to form large oil droplets, oily gels or general glug that will float to the top or sink to the bottom of the spray tank...
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