Measuring Pesticides: Overlooked Steps To Getting the Correct Rate. (PPP-96)

Purdue Extension Publication

This publication describes steps that pesticide applicators can take to correctly measure and mix products to improve results, save money, and enhance safety. Specifically, it will explain some common myths about measuring pesticides, distinguish the difference between liquid ounces and dry ounces, and offer solutions to common problems associated with measuring devices for liquid and dry pesticide formulations.

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