FieldWatch – DriftWatch: Promoting Stewardship in Agriculture

April 6th, 2021|

Guest Blog by Tennessee Department of Agriculture The Tennessee Department of Agriculture (TDA) has been using FieldWatch ® since 2018. We at TDA know that farmers, producers, and applicators want to work together, and

Drift Registry Eyes Expansion

March 30th, 2021|

Checking for sensitive crops before spraying a herbicide is always a good bet, but for some applicators, it's also the law. Read more

Use FieldWatch to locate sensitive sites prior to pesticide applications

June 19th, 2020|

As the season progresses, it’s a good time for pesticide applicators to review where sensitive crops and beehives are located. FieldWatch has tools such as DriftWatch, FieldCheck, and BeeWatch which allow specialty crop growers (fruits,

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