Tech Tour: Strategies to Reduce Downtime in Spray Operations

If there’s one thing farmers are focused on during the spray season, it’s efficiency. A spray operation must accomplish its goal of getting the right product on, but time is of the utmost importance, especially during the hectic early season or when, say, conditions for disease progression are ideal.

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In this episode of the Dow AgroSciences’ TechTour, Shaun Haney is joined by special guests Len Juras, research scientist with Dow, and Tom Wolf, spray application specialist with Agrimetrics. The topic for this episode? Reducing downtime during the ideal spray window, including how to judge if the weather is actually cooperating (it’s more difficult than it seems), ideas for new technologies going forward, plus a brief discussion on a new product in the works that seeks to help broaden the effective application window.

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