Micro Meteorological Research and Educational Services
Development of a spray drift hazard prediction system
Session 2b War on weeds
Tuesday August 07 at 2:00 pm
Graeme Tepper is a Director of Micro Meteorological Research and Educational Services. Graeme worked at the Bureau of Meteorology for 35 years and has specialised in researching aspects of spray weather, focusing on temperature inversions and hazardous conditions for spraying, which can contribute to airborne pesticides drifting near the surface at high concentrations. Graeme is keen to empower the farming community with knowledge and systems to lessen the undesirable effects of spray drift.