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ENTO-454NP

Authors as Published

Authored by Stephanie Blevins Wycoff, Extension Associate, Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs and Michael Weaver, Professor Emeritus, Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs; Edited by Dana Beegle, Publications Manager, Virginia Tech Pesticide Programs

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Pesticide spray drift can be detrimental to people, animals, non-target plants, and the environment. This publication contains information on how buffers can be used to mitigate pesticide spray drift, and is part of a series of factsheets known as the "Pesticide Drift Series."


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Publication Date

June 22, 2021