- Payne, N.
Forest Pest Management Institute, Canadian Forestry Service
The aim of the Pesticide Atomization and Dispersal project is to "advance knowledge of spray formation, dispersal and deposition with a view to improving pesticide application techniques by increasing efficacy, reducing off-target deposit and the cost of forestry pesticide applications". This project was formed at the beginning of this fiscal year by amalgamating the former Spray Cloud Behaviour and Dispersal Systems projects. Research is carried out in both field and laboratory-based investigations. This report summarizes the main thrusts of FP-62 activity during the past year.