Syngenta to launch online turf spray recording tool

Syngenta will launch an online tool to allow turf managers to keep accurate spray records.

Syngenta is to launch a new online tool in January allowing turf managers to record accurate notes on spraying turf.

According to Syngenta's turf and amenity technical manager Simon Watson, the online spray recording tool will help ensure correct application of pesticides.

"People can go on the website and record everything they spray, from the date to the conditions and the product used," he explained.

"We have also launched a calibration tool and toegther, they will help in getting application and spraying correct."

The firm has also developed technical podcasts on sprayer checks, calibration and nozzle wear.

The Syngenta Art of Application podcasts are presented by application specialist Tom Robinson.


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