Contact: Matthew Swayne
Caption: Agricultural researchers are advising extra caution when using herbicides dicamba and 2,4-D, which are frequently involved in herbicide-drift accidents. The researchers recommend spraying low-volatility blends, using a nozzle design that reduces the chances of drifting and applying the herbicides on less windy days, if possible.
Credit: J. Franklin Egan
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