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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by DUSTYCEDAR, Dec 23, 2008.
here is a pic out of the basf book on the different tips and the coverage of them
What are you trying to control? Dollar spot? Also what product are you spraying and what equipment?
SORRY I WAS just showing the differance of the tips posted for others to see
i am slow on the follow up
Thanks for the upload. This confirms what I have always practiced. I do not expect good control from flood jet nozzles run at high speeds and low volumes. For fungicides, which I do apply regularly, those go down in 2-3 gallons per M, XR Teejet nozzles and at sufficient pressure to penetrate the turf. Normally that is 60-80 PSI and no more than 5MPH. If I wanted to win a race, I would get out of the lawn business. All of the pesticides go through field testing and are applied in a very specific manner. I want to achieve the same results that got the product approved and registered. I know products are applied through flat fan nozzles, at a specific pressure, and at an adequate volume per acre when they are being evaluated. What is done with them when they are released to LCOs is another story.