To spray, or not to spray?
Applicators are expected to remember a lot of information when spraying herbicides out in the field. Is there a rainfast consideration? Is there a wind speed restriction? These are only a few of the weather-related questions applicators must keep in mind when they load the sprayer this year.
When it comes to applying dicamba, the list of questions is even longer. To help applicators make on-target Engenia Herbicide applications this season, BASF recently launched its latest free tool — the Engenia Herbicide Spray Tool.
The Engenia Herbicide Spray Tool is a mobile-friendly website that shares timely weather information with applicators at the touch of a button. To determine the right time to apply Engenia herbicide, the tool uses a phone’s location services, or a desktop’s IP address, to provide localized information.
“We understand there is a lot to keep in mind when planning for an application of Engenia herbicide,” said Logan Grier, BASF Technical Marketing Manager, Product Stewardship. “With the new Engenia Herbicide Spray Tool, all of the Engenia herbicide weather-related label requirements are in one place. This helps supplement the many other tools applicators are using when planning their herbicide applications.”
The tool covers all U.S. geographies and incorporates key weather considerations for 36 hours, including inversion potential, precipitation probability for the next 24 hours, time of sunrise and sunset, wind speed and direction, hourly temperature and cloud cover.
When used in tandem with in-field observation at the time of application, and other BASF resources from the Engenia Stewardship Portal like spray checklists and online training, the Engenia Herbicide Spray Tool will help applicators across the country feel more confident in making on-target applications this season.
To access additional Engenia herbicide stewardship resources, visit EngeniaStewardship.com.
Engenia is a U.S. EPA Restricted Use Pesticide.
Please check with your state pesticide regulatory authority as additional requirements may be imposed by state regulatory agencies.
Always read and follow label directions.
Engenia is a registered trademark of BASF.
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