Which factors influence efficient spraying?
One of the crop field yield allies is spraying. When performed efficiently to control pests, diseases and weeds, it reduces costs and prevents the drops from drifting away. But some factors we can control and factors we cannot control interfere with the spraying quality.
The factors we cannot control are the weather conditions such as temperature, air humidity and wind. With high temperatures and low air humidity, the chemical product efficiency is affected by the fast solution evaporation or even causing phytotoxicity on plant growth. The wind, on the other hand, drifts the spraying drops to other areas instead of the desired target. As a consequence, it impairs the cover and causes product application quality.
Pests, diseases and weeds are connected to the weather conditions, and consequently, it becomes difficult to predict which areas and seasons deserve more attention for management. Dryer years or with more wet develop pests, diseases and weeds. For this reason, it is recommended to frequently monitor them for proper crop phytosanitary control.
On the other hand, choosing quality chemicals along with the required amount is an important practice to protect the potential crop production and avoid losses without impairing the environment.
The equipment is crucial for spraying efficiently too. The spraying lineup from Stara provides state-of-the-art technologies and deliver better quality and higher precision in chemical application. O Imperador 3.0, Imperador 2000 and Imperador 3000 and 4000 feature technologies that provide an operational yield to take advantage of the weather conditions. Additionally, the Imperador lineup provides product savings and increase your crop yield.