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Pesticide Labeling: Directions for Use
... , an instructional statement such as this may be seen: "To make spray solution, mix 1 to 2 pints of this product in 100 gallons of water. Apply 100 to 200 gallons of diluted spray solution per acre to trees depending on tree size and the ... for use for an agricultural pesticide used in a spray solution also must include the spray volume/unit area or other measurement of coverage, depending ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Controlling Diseases and Insects in Home Fruit Plantings, Bulletin 780
... Spray Schedules for Specific Fruit Crops and Pests Apples and Pears Peaches, Nectarines, Apricots, Plums and Cherries Strawberries Raspberries and Blackberries Grapes Blueberries Poison Control Centers Tables Table 1. Approximate spray volume required for thorough coverage of fruit trees to the point of run-off Table 2. Approximate Dilutions for Small Volumes of Spray ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Tunnel Sprayer for Dwarf Apples
... spray deposition on target trees and drift, and very little difference in uniformity of coverage, with a spray volume of 20 and 75 gal/acre applied with the Curtec« fan. The tunnel sprayer, with either Curtec« or Proptec« fans, provided greater spray ...
www.caf.wvu.edu

Tree Row Volume Spraying - Pest Control
... in terms of spray volume and pesticide rate. In the TRV concept, each tree row is treated as a rectangular box having a specific volume of foliage per acre. Foliage volume is determined from ... a lower spray volume for a dilute application and lower rates of pesticides to achieve the same coverage and control. The following formula can be used to calculate the dilute spray volume needed for ...
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Asian Soybean Rust - Frequently Asked Questions VI: Sprayer and Nozzle Technology
... . Which is more important: spray volume, pressure, or droplet size? Spray volume is most important. At least 15 gallons, and preferably 20 gallons, per acre of spray volume are needed for ground ... spray penetration? Although one would think that wider row spacing would allow better spray penetration, research has found no difference in spray penetration with row spacing if 15 to 20 GPA spray volume ...
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Research grants - New York State Berry Growers' Association
... Turechek for continued anthracnose Research. $3,000 to A.C.D.S. Research for a spray volume/timing study for strawberry sap beetle. $2,000 to Dale Riggs for plasticulture system research ...
www.hort.cornell.edu

Orchard Spray Rates, Bulletin 892-01
... Orchard Spray Rates, Bulletin 892-01 Orchard Spray Rates How to Determine the Amount of Pesticide and Water to Use in Your Orchard ... -Volume or Concentrate Applications Tree-Row Volume Calculations for Dilute Applications How much water is needed for a dilute application? Method 1: Experience. Method 2: Tree-row volume chart. Method 3: Tree-row volume ...
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Michigan Grape Society Newsletter, Volume 7 Issue 2, April 2006
... Michigan Grape Society Newsletter, Volume 7 Issue 2, April 2006 April 2006 Volume 7 Issue 2 Table of Contents (click on Title) Southwest Michigan Horticultural Days Successful What ... Sulfur 6L. Also, the concentration of redistributed product would be much lower than the original spray solution. Furthermore, sulfur phytotoxicity is less likely at temperatures below 85║F. In contrast, copper ...
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Michigan Grape Society Newsletter, Volume 4 Issue 1, January 2003
... could benefit from row middle management involving either cultivation or herbicide spraying. We have low-volume, row-middle herbicide sprayers at SWMREC that are available for use by growers. Call Diane ... several additional fungicides as dormant sprays in 2004, and will also study if a dormant spray can help reduce the need for fungicide sprays during the growing season. Michigan Grape & Wine ...
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The Rosebay Volume 6 Number 2 Fall 1977
... rapid drying. Chemical Control - at least weekly sprays (more in rainy periods - spray before the rain when possible) using spray equipment that will achieve thorough coverage of the buds and flowers with ... rear and ivy in the front completes the newest garden at Windy Acres. The Rosebay Volume 6 Number 2 Fall 1977 official journal of the American Rhododendron Society Massachusetts Chapter
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