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Record number 352442
Title International Advances in Pesticide Application
Author(s) Alexander, L.; Cooper, S.; Cross, J.; Glass, R.; Magri, B.; Robinson, T.; Stock, D.; Taylor, B.; Walklate, P.; Zande, J.C. van de
Source Wellesbourne, UK : Warwick HRI (Aspects of applied biology 77)
Department(s) Agrosystems
Publication type Scientific book or proceedings (editor)
Publication year 2006
Keyword(s) pesticiden - toepassing - toedieningswijzen - spuitapparaten - spuiten - spuitapparatuur - drift - regelingen - normen - pesticides - application - application methods - sprayers - spraying - spraying equipment - regulations - standards
Categories Agricultural Engineering (General) / Plant and Crop Protection (General)
Abstract This volume of Aspects of Applied Biology reports the proceedings of the AAB/BCPC conference at the University of Surrey, Guildford, UK on 7-9 January 2002. It contains 59 scientific papers reporting much of the latest research and development relating to spray application. The conference was divided into 11 sessions: 1) International regulation and standards 2) Optimisation of application techniques 3) Variable rate application 4) Spray drift 5) Interaction of formulation with application 6) Spray application to tree and bush fruit 7) Spray application to vines 8) Dose expression and adjustment for fruit crops 9) Industrial, amenity and public health applications 10) Concentrates, contamination and operator exposure 11) Methods and techniques.
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