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    STP1610

    Pesticide Formulation and Delivery Systems: 38th Volume, Innovative Application, Formulation, and Adjuvant Technologies

    Fritz Bradley, Butts Thomas
    Published: 2018


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    Get 12 peer-reviewed papers that cover all aspects of technologies and methods that support the application of agrochemical products. Topics include:

    – Dicamba and the rising concerns around particle and vapor drift damage and potential causes and solutions
    – The relationship between nozzle type and operational settings and the resulting droplet size for multiple herbicide products
    – How plugged air induction nozzle ports impact the atomization process and change the droplet size produced
    – A method for determining mass balance and swath offset from spray drift trials
    – The role of interfacial rheology in agricultural drift control
    – Validation of standard water-conditioning testing

    The featured papers were presented at the 38th Symposium on Pesticide Formulation and Delivery Systems: Innovative Application, Formulation, and Adjuvant Technologies held October 2017 in New Orleans, LA.


    Table of Contents

    Droplet Spectra and Drift Potential Generated by Flat-Fan Nozzles Spraying New Formulations of 2,4-D Engineered for Drift Reduction
    Ulisses Antuniassi, Caio Moreira, Rodolfo Chechetto, Ana Cristina Pinheiro, Felipe Lucio

    Mass Balance and Swath Displacement Evaluations from Agricultural Application Field Trials
    Bradley Fritz, W. Hoffmann, Daniel Martin

    Droplet Velocity from Broadcast Agricultural Nozzles as Influenced by Pulse-Width Modulation
    Thomas Butts, W. Hoffmann, Joe Luck, Greg Kruger

    Nonlinear Derivation of Spread Factor Due to Viscous Energy Losses
    Scott Wilde, W. Hoffmann, Bradley Fritz

    Influence of Nozzle Type, Speed, and Pressure on Droplet Size and Weed Control from Glyphosate, Dicamba, and Glyphosate Plus Dicamba
    Andre Rodrigues, Lucas Campos, Cody Creech, Bradley Fritz, Ulisses Antuniassi, Greg Kruger

    Impact of Plugged Venturi Nozzle Air-Inclusion Ports on Droplet-Size Distribution
    Thomas Butts, Jesaelen Moraes, Greg Kruger

    Efficacy of Water-Conditioning Adjuvants for Dicamba-Tolerant Soybean
    Richard Zollinger, Mark Bernards, Bryan Young, Dallas Peterson, Greg Kruger

    Validation of Standard Water-Conditioning Testing
    Jason Adams, Richard Zollinger

    Is Retention the Old-New Problem in a Drift-Control Era?
    Fernanda Costa, W. Forster, Cíntia Fávaro, Vanessa Golfetti da Silva, Andrew Hewitt

    An Assessment of Polymeric Drift-Reduction Adjuvant Performance after Prolonged Exposure to Pump-Induced Shear
    Daniel Bissell, Danny Brown, Lillian Magidow, Joe Gednalske

    The Role of Interfacial Rheology in Agricultural Drift Control
    Kevin Penfield, Logan Dempsey, Jason Wall, Susan Sun

    Polymeric Rheology Modifier for Oil Dispersions
    Shawn Zhu, John Thomaides, Andrew Boracci, Qiwei(David) He, Damien Vadillo


    Committee: E35

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1610-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-7666-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-7665-2


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