CANUSA Newsletter May 1984
Aerial Spraying Technology in North American Forestry - Past, Present and Future?
The technology involved in the successful application of insecticides in forestry is tremendously complex and imperfectly understood. A host of factors affect the droplets that are produced during the time between their emission and approach to the general target area, their penetration into the canopy and deposit on the target area, and their interception by and effect on the specific target insect concerned.
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