Probably one of the most frustrating things while boom spraying is your chemical drifting. Stopping the spray drift in windy conditions is often easier said than done. However, there are things you can do that reduce the drift on those windy days you are trying to finish a field, before it rains. Although there are times when it is too windy, in this article you will find 8 effective ways to reduce the spray drift as much as possible.
After speaking to a lot of farmers and growers that own a UTV sprayer, we have learned many handy tips that I would like to share with you. As utility vehicles steadily take the place of ATV's or four wheelers, the demand for UTV sprayers has grown. The main reason for this is, Utility vehicles can carry a lot larger sprayer which means more spraying with one fill.
Although spray nozzles are a small and often inexpensive part of your spray boom, it is critical to use the correct spray nozzle for your application. This is very important in order to eliminate drift and apply the correct amount of chemical to your yard or field. I have located 3 excellent sources that will help you to calculate which spray nozzles are right for you.