SAFELY APPLY DICAMBA APPLICATIONS THIS YEAR
We designed our SpotOn® Inversion Tester to aid in identifying the proper time to apply herbicides such as dicamba. While dicamba is a great solution for ridding your fields of certain broad-leafed weeds, ultra low off-target dosages from spray drift or volatility easily damage surrounding crops during temperature inversions. Even slight temperature inversion can cause drifting of your dicamba application devastating susceptible areas around an application site.
CHECK FOR INVERSIONS BEFORE APPLYING DICAMBA
Avoid dicamba drifting by checking spraying conditions with our SpotOn® Inversion Tester before spraying. Using our inversion tester is simple and with results available in seconds, there is no reason not to!
WHAT IS THE SPOTON® INVERSION TESTER FOR?
Many professionals recognize the difficulty in identifying the optimal time to spray since so many factors contribute to temperature inversions, our Inversion Tester aids in solving that issue. Use it to detect low level thermal inversions & it measures air temperature at boom height as required for pesticide/herbicide application. Respected industry publications such as Indiana Prairie Farmer, The Progressive Farmer, The Western Producer and CropLife have featured it and it is a winner of the ASABE 50 award. Watch below as SpotOn® Inversion Tester inventor, Bill Hughes, discusses key features and demonstrates how to use it.
NEW LAWS IN 2019 FOR DICAMBA APPLICATIONS
Stay informed with the most current laws about applying a dicamba herbicide. According to Farm Week Now, new regulations state that “anyone planning to apply dicamba in 2019 must be a certified applicator and will be required to take dicamba-specific training”, learn more about new rules for 2019 dicamba use here.