have noticed some nozzles (ground side) are tilted forward, maybe 25 to 35 degrees and boom height is around 12". Coverage looks ideal. Know some droplets are quick to fall immediately straight down in stream. Guess this is where the formula A sq + B sq = C sq might come in handy! A sq equals boom height B sq equals distance where majority of droplets land in the forward direction (substituting nozzle manufacturer's recommended nozzle height) Is this too far fetched? Reason interested is two fold - better coverage of target and drift reduction. We are in flat country here. Any constructive comments on how to accomplish this would be appreciated. Thanks.