AGCO Suggest Direct Injection Systems To Spray For Rust

Chuck Zimmerman

We have the latest installment from the AGCO series of Talking News Releases. Troy Schroeder lets farmers know how to get ahead of soybean rust.

Direct Injection Systems Can Help Get a Jump on Soybean Rust

DULUTH, GA – April 11, 2005 – Considering the uncertainty about Asian Soybean Rust this growing year – when and where it might hit, if at all – farmers and custom applicators may want to consider a direct injection system for their sprayer units to help them juggle a busier-than-normal spray schedule.

With the added pressure of potentially having to apply herbicides and fungicides in the same spray window, a direct injection system eliminates the downtime needed to rinse and clean tanks between jobs, according to Troy Schroeder (SHRAY-der) marketing manager for AGCO application equipment.

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