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Recent developments in a sprayer for controlling Bemisia in adult cotton with pesticides of low toxicity
Year:
1997
Authors :
Gan-Mor, Samuel
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.
Grinstein, Avi
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Volume :
1
Co-Authors:
Gan-Mor, Samuel, Inst of Agricultural Engineering, Bet Dagan, Israel
Grinstein, Avi, Inst of Agricultural Engineering, Bet Dagan, Israel
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A combination of a new sprayer and new chemicals was developed and tested in an effort to reduce the toxicity to mammals of pesticides used in cotton fields. For the application of these materials, and also when dosage reduction is desired, uniform deposition on all parts of the plant is required. In order to comply with these requirements the new sprayer utilizes a vertical boom with air assistance. The use of air as the droplet carrier significantly improved the amount and the uniformity of the spray deposit, in spite of the small gap between the nozzle and the canopy. Deposit improvement on the underside of the leaves was mainly achieved by directing the air stream obliquely upwards.
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Agricultural implements
Air streams
COTTON
Deposition
Nozzles
pesticides
sprayers
Spray guns
Toxicity
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Scopus
Publication Type:
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Language:
English
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29347
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Recent developments in a sprayer for controlling Bemisia in adult cotton with pesticides of low toxicity
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Gan-Mor, Samuel, Inst of Agricultural Engineering, Bet Dagan, Israel
Grinstein, Avi, Inst of Agricultural Engineering, Bet Dagan, Israel
Recent developments in a sprayer for controlling Bemisia in adult cotton with pesticides of low toxicity
A combination of a new sprayer and new chemicals was developed and tested in an effort to reduce the toxicity to mammals of pesticides used in cotton fields. For the application of these materials, and also when dosage reduction is desired, uniform deposition on all parts of the plant is required. In order to comply with these requirements the new sprayer utilizes a vertical boom with air assistance. The use of air as the droplet carrier significantly improved the amount and the uniformity of the spray deposit, in spite of the small gap between the nozzle and the canopy. Deposit improvement on the underside of the leaves was mainly achieved by directing the air stream obliquely upwards.
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