Jacob D. Zwiefelhofer, University of Wisconsin- River Falls Crops & Soils Club, Bloomer, WI, William A. Anderson, University of Wisconsin-River Falls, River Falls, WI and Veronica L Justen, Plant and Earth Science Department, University of Wisconsin-River Falls, River Falls, WI
The introduction of new dicamba technologies present a great opportunity for growers across our nation. It also poses a great threat to non-tolerant crops. Finding the correct drift retardant and nozzle type will be a key player in how widely accepted the increased use of dicamba technologies will be. Comparisons of drift retardants and nozzle types will be done both in field trials and a wind tunnel. The primary goals of this research is to maximize drift reduction to protect non-tolerant crops and improve efficacy on the spray target.