Temperature inversions and humidity are an everyday occurrence at the end of June, limiting spraying hours. “When it comes to inversions, we live in a horrible place to try and get spraying done properly. It’s tough. Pretty much every morning and evening there’s an inversion in place,” said Daryl Ritchison, director, North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network. “This limits the spray window from about 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.”
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