Electrostatic Spraying Gains Ground
by Jeremy Hay
Aug 2001 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
In grape growers' eternal battle against vineyard pests, electrostatic spraying has been slow to gain a foothold as a weapon of choice."The old technology didn't always perform as advertised," says Dennis Culver, Phd, an independent integrated pest management consultant who has spent the last 30 years in California's farms and vineyards seeing what does and doesn't work. The theory and use of electrostatic spraying in agriculture has existed since the 1970's when it was first used to treat orcha...
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