Effect of spray application technique on spray deposition and coverage in artificial pear trees

Donald Dekeyser, Dieter Foqué, Ashenafi T Duga, Pieter Verboven, Nico Hendrickx, David Nuyttens

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    Numerous researchers have attempted to understand the orchard spray application
    process via field experiments. The use of an artificial canopy allows researchers to conduct spray experiments in a defined uniform canopy, allowing a substantial reduction of experimental area and the possibility to perform the test indoor under controlled climate conditions. Additionally, these trees are easier to characterise and to be used in CFD modelling (Dekeyser et al., 2012). The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of spray application technique on spray deposits and coverage and their distributions on artificial pear trees, ground deposits and spray losses behind the tree.
    TaalEngels
    TitelBook of abstracts 12th Workshop Spray Application Techniques in Fruit Growing
    EditorsE Molto, L Val, F Juste, P Chueca, C Garcera
    Aantal pagina's2
    Datum2013
    Pagina's29-30
    ISBN van geprinte versie978-84-9048-077-9
    StatusGepubliceerd - 2013
    Evenement12th Workshop Spray Application Techniques in Fruit Growing (2013) - Valencia, Spanje
    Duur: 26-jun-201328-jun-2013

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