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Will the required spray nozzles for auxin crops work for peanuts?

Can the coarse-droplet nozzles required for use in the auxin-tolerant cropping systems be used for the delivery of peanut weed control programs? Or more simply, will growers have to switch nozzles every time they go from an auxin-tolerant cotton or soybean field into a peanut field?

That could be both time and cost prohibitive to many farmers.

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