Those who rely on aerial applications, commonly referred to as crop dusting, must be intimately aware of meteorological conditions that could affect spray deposits and where they travel, especially wind speed and wind direction. “Most droplets tend to settle, but they still move with the wind,” says Brad Fritz, a research agricultural engineer specializing in aerial application technology. “It’s important for us to have a good record and understanding of what the environmental conditions are during each and every spray application.” (Click here to read more.)