Innoquest Releases SpotOn® Paper to Ensure Effective Spray Coverage
(Woodstock, Ill.) Innoquest, Inc., the designer and manufacturer of sensors and measurement instruments, has released SpotOn® Paper, which was created as a low-cost way for growers and researchers to measure spray coverage on their plants.
“Our SpotOn® Paper is great for seeing how effectively a sprayer is covering the leaf,” Bill Hughes, President of Innoquest, said. “Efficient spray coverage is critical to herbicides, insecticides and fungicides – without it, they will not be as effective with results, and that ultimately affects a grower’s yield. SpotOn Paper® is also an economical alternative to other similar products on the market.” Hughes explained that some chemicals only require a few drops per plant for weed control, while others require that several drops land on an insect or diseased area of a leaf or fruit to be effective.
SpotOn® Paper allows users to quickly and easily see spray coverage, droplet size and uniformity, as well as any off-target applications. The result of an 18-month development program, SpotOn® Paper is part of a tightly controlled production process and includes a unique, fully sealed package with a reclosable seal to improve shelf life once opened.
Made in the U.S.A., SpotOn® Paper includes (25) 2”x3” pieces or (50) 1”x3” pieces ($21 list price for either quantity). The pieces easily attach to plant stalks. Custom sizes are also available (call for pricing). For more details or to find a distributor, call 1 (800) 637-1623 or visit innoquestinc.com.
Innoquest, Inc. has been designing and manufacturing sensors and instruments made in the U.S.A.