Tom Wolf of Agrimentrix to Discuss Nozzle Selection for PWM and Conventional Sprayers

Tom Wolf won't be showing up empty handed to the 71st National Hard Spring Wheat Show at the Grand Hotel, Williston Feb. 1.

He'll have a portable sprayer along to demonstrate pulse width modulation, and proper nozzle selection. Hailing from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, he is a Canadian Weed Science Society spray application specialist, and a past president and fellow. He has been named Distinguished Agrologist with the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrology and writes for the world's number one sprayer website,

Nozzle selection, depending on water volume, can affect consistency in the spray pressure, drift, and coverage, varying with travel speed. Therefore, choosing the correct nozzle for your system and needs is an important factor in your operation, and one he hopes to make simpler. He will have the equipment to demonstrate for both conventional and Pulse Width Modulation systems.

Wolff has over 30 years of research in spray technology, and has his Ph.D. from Ohio State University and Masters in Science from University of Manitoba, where he grew up.

The 71st Annual National Hard Spring Wheat Show will be held at the Grand Hotel in Williston, Thursday Feb. 1. Tom Wolf will be doing a talk on Nozzle Selection for PWM and Conventional Sprayers at 11 a.m.


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