Improved Spray Coverage

The new TurboDrop Asymmetric Dual Fan Nozzle (TADF) from Greenleaf Technologies is designed to improve coverage on vertical and angular targets with contact chemicals. With single flat fan nozzles, the force from the travel speed of the sprayer deflects the downward oriented droplets forward in the driving direction. Coverage on the back side of the plant is minimized. The 50-degree rearward spray of the TADF is designed to overcome this effect and improve back side coverage. The 10-degree forward spray will provide a combination of penetration and front side coverage.

Additionally, the rearward spray has a higher flow rate to further assist back side coverage. Smaller drops are produced by the forward spray to provide a wider droplet size range overall.

In most sizes, the droplet spectrum is medium-coarse below 80 PSI and medium-fine above 80 PSI.

The TADF nozzle is ideal for fungicide spraying in crops and can also be used for general herbicide applications. Higher pressures are recommended for contact chemicals.

www.turbodrop.com


New, Free Web Tools to find Payroll Software

Red Wing Software, Inc. announces the addition of a new Web page that gives small to medium-sized businesses free tools to help them find the right payroll software. Free guides, tips and articles are available to anyone, at no cost, and do not promote any products; instead they provide real and useful information for payroll software seekers.

Free tools available include a payroll software checklist, articles about payroll trends and switching payroll, payroll tip of the week and more.

www.redwingsoftware.com/find-payroll-software