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Drift from field crop sprayers using an integrated approach: Results of a 5 year study. / Nuyttens, David; De Schampheleire, M; Brusselman, E; Dekeyser, Donald; Verboven, P.

Proceedings 2010 ASABE Annual International Meeting. Vol. Paper No. 1009017 ASABE, 2010.

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Nuyttens, D, De Schampheleire, M, Brusselman, E, Dekeyser, D & Verboven, P 2010, Drift from field crop sprayers using an integrated approach: Results of a 5 year study. in Proceedings 2010 ASABE Annual International Meeting. vol. Paper No. 1009017, ASABE, 2010 ASABE Annual International Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Verenigde Staten van Amerika, 20/06/10.

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Nuyttens, D., De Schampheleire, M., Brusselman, E., Dekeyser, D., & Verboven, P. (2010). Drift from field crop sprayers using an integrated approach: Results of a 5 year study. In Proceedings 2010 ASABE Annual International Meeting (Vol. Paper No. 1009017). ASABE.

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Nuyttens D, De Schampheleire M, Brusselman E, Dekeyser D, Verboven P. Drift from field crop sprayers using an integrated approach: Results of a 5 year study. In Proceedings 2010 ASABE Annual International Meeting. Vol. Paper No. 1009017. ASABE. 2010

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Nuyttens, David ; De Schampheleire, M ; Brusselman, E ; Dekeyser, Donald ; Verboven, P. / Drift from field crop sprayers using an integrated approach: Results of a 5 year study. Proceedings 2010 ASABE Annual International Meeting. Vol. Paper No. 1009017 ASABE, 2010.

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abstract = "Spray drift continues to be a major problem in applying agricultural pesticides. This paper summarizes the results of a 5 year study about drift from field crop sprayers using a unique integrated approach. Indirect (spray quality and wind tunnel measurements) and direct drift experiments (field drift experiments) were performed and drift models were developed to study the effect of spray application technique, droplet characteristics, buffer zones, meteorological conditions, spray liquid properties, border structures and crop characteristics on drift from field crop sprayers. It was found that indirect drift measurements can be a valuable alternative to field drift experiments.A validated 3-D Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) mechanistic drift model was developed which can be used for a systematical study of different influencing factors. This model was reduced to a fast 2-D diffusion advection model useful as a hands-on drift prediction tool. From the experiments as well as from the models, the fraction of small droplets and the spray boom height were found to be the most influential spray application factors. Moreover, meteorological conditions as well as crop characteristics have an important effect on the amount of spray drift which can be reduced significantly using intercepting screens or buffer zones. From this study, drift protocols, data and models are made available which help to understand and reduce the complex phenomena of spray drift.",
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