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Drift management and nozzle selection resources
by Brent Pringnitz

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Updated April 30, 2002 - Drift management is the responsibility of everyone involved with pesticide applications.  While drift cannot be completely eliminated it can be managed.  Nozzle selection, equipment setup, and applicator attitudes are all a part of a drift reduction program.

This reference page contains materials used by ISU Extension and other organizations to educate applicators about drift and how to manage it.  There are also links to manufacturer's information and other educational resources used throughout the county.

ISU drift-related articles

Other ISU resources

Nozzle and spray equipment manufacturers

Internet resources

Prepared by Brent Pringnitz, extension program specialist, Department of Agronomy, Iowa State University

For more information contact:
ISU Extension Agronomy
2104 Agronomy Hall
Ames, Iowa 50011-1010
Voice: (515) 294-1923
Fax: (515) 294-9985
This site designed and managed by Brent Pringnitz.
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Common chemical and trade names are used in this publication. The use of trade names is for clarity by the reader. Inclusion of a trade name does not imply endorsement of that particular brand of herbicide and exclusion does not imply nonapproval.