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Group Title: Computer series Florida Cooperative Extension Service
Title: A Microcomputer program for performing pesticidal spray calculations
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 Material Information
Title: A Microcomputer program for performing pesticidal spray calculations
Series Title: Computer series - Florida Cooperative Extension Service ; 612
Alternate Title: Pesticidal spray calculations program
Physical Description: 1 computer disk : ; 5 1/4 in. +
Language: zxx
Creator: Stanley, Craig D
Price, J. F. ( James Felix )
Florida Cooperative Extension Service
Publisher: Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 1984
Copyright Date: 1984
Edition: Version 1.00.
 Subjects
Subject: Pesticides -- Application   ( lcsh )
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Summary: Performs the routine calculations involved with the preparation of pesticidal sprays, thus resulting in more efficient use of time and materials needed for this management operation.
System Details: System requirements: IBM PC or compatible; 20K; BASIC programming language is needed for any adaptions.
General Note: Title on disk label reads: Pesticidal spray calculations program.
General Note: Description based on: documentation dated October 1984.
Statement of Responsibility: C.D. Stanley and J.F. Price.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00095225
Volume ID: VID00002
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 20744843

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October 1984


Disk(s) under separate cover


Circular 612


A Microcomputer Program

For Performing


Pesticidal


Spray


Calculations


COMPUTER SERIES


C. D. Stanley and J. F. Price


F 101 tive Extension Service / Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences / University of Florida / John T. Woeste, Dean
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FLORIDA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES

COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION
SCHOOL OF FOREST RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE


(904) 392-7853

December 8, 1988


REPLY TO: IFAS Software Support
Building 120, Room 203
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611


MEMORANDUM

TO: IFAS Software Customers

FR: Dennis G. Watson

RE: Running BASIC programs


The program you have just purchased was written in the BASIC programming language.
Originally, we distributed only the BASIC language source file and required that you use a
BASIC interpreter to run the program.

We now distribute BASIC programs in compiled form. This means that you do not have
to load BASIC prior to running the program. Until the documentation is updated to reflect
this change, please refer to the following instructions to start program 020, titled "Pesticidal
Spray Calculations".

First, make a duplicate copy of the distribution disk. Store the distribution disk in a safe
place and use the duplicate copy as your working disk. To run the program simply type:

SPRAY

at the DOS prompt and press the Enter (or Return) key.

Once you have started the program, the instructions in the documentation should apply. In
some cases, the documentation or program may allow you the option of exiting to BASIC
or DOS. With a compiled program, regardless of which you choose, you will exit to
DOS.

If you need more space on your working disk, you can delete any files with the extension
".BAS". These are BASIC source files and you do not need them to run the program.

If you have any questions about this program, please contact the IFAS Software Support
office, Bldg 120 Room 203, Gainesville, FL 32611 or phone (904) 392-7853.





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A MICROCOMPUTER PROGRAM FOR PERFORMING
PESTICIDAL SPRAY CALCULATIONS

by

C. D. Stanley and J. F. Price


Correct mixing of pesticidal sprays requires calculations based
on spray volume requirements, equipment delivery rates, pesticidal
formulations and pesticide label requirements which may be stated in
amount of total product or active ingredient per acre or in amount of
formulated product per volume of preparation. These calculations can
be time-consuming and complicated. The authors have developed a
microcomputer program for performing most of the routine calculations
required for proper mixing of pesticidal sprays for application on
annual agronomic row crops and horticultural crops grown in the
field, greenhouse and shadehouse. Based on responses to simple
questions, the program calculates delivery rates of spray equipment,
the area that will be treated by the amount of spray to be prepared
and amounts of formulated pesticidal product required for proper
preparation of the spray mixture.

This computer program was developed to perform the routine
calculations involved with the preparation of pesticidal sprays, thus
resulting in more efficient use of time and materials needed for this
management operation. Specific objectives of the program are 1) to be
applicable to all common pesticidal spray formulations and label-
direction combinations (including new metric form labels), 2) to be
easy to use and 3) to provide the desired information in an easily
understandable form.

This program is written in MBASIC-86 programming language and
was developed on a Digital Equipment Corporation Rainbow 100
microcomputer with 128K RAM (random access memory) using the CP/M-
86/80 operating system. The program requires that 20K RAM be
available for loading and execution and can be adapted with changes
in a few program statements to operate on most microcomputers using
popular versions of BASIC programming language.

The program begins with the option for the user to view or
bypass a series of information screens explaining the decision-making
process of the program and the information required of the user. The
only inputs required for execution of this program are sprayer output
rate and the label directions for mixing. A simple sprayer output
test is included on one of the information screens to aid the user in
determining sprayer output (in gallons) before calculations are made.
------ -- - -- - -- -- - -- ---------"---------"-----'

*Associate Professor Soil Science and Associate Professor Entomology,
respectively, Gulf Coast Research and Education Center, Bradenton, FL
34203.


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIUDA LIBRARIES








Once these information screens have been displayed or bypassed, the
user is asked if the delivery rate (gallons/acre) is known for the
spray equipment to be used. If this information is known, it is
requested. If the information is not known, the program requests the
results from the simple test to determine sprayer delivery rate
described earlier in the information screens, and then calculates the
sprayer delivery rate.

The name and formulation of the pesticide to be used is
requested; then the user is asked if the preparation instructions
from the pesticide label call for a specified amount of formulated
product per 100 gallons of preparation. An affirmative response
prompts a request for the units of measurement required by the
product label (liquid ounces, pints, quarts, gallons, dry ounces or
pounds), the number of those units required and the number of gallons
of spray to be prepared. Upon receiving this information, the program
displays a table of mixing information for the indicated product. The
table contains the pesticide name and formulation, sprayer delivery
rate, label directions, the amount of spray to be prepared, the area
that can be treated by that amount of spray and the amount of
formulated product to be added to the tank.

If the label is not stated in terms of total product per 100
gallons, the user is asked if the label requires a specified amount
of active ingredient (AI) or a specified amount of total product (TP)
to be applied per acre. If application is to be based on total
product per acre, the user is asked the units of measurement (liquid
ounces, pints, quarts, gallons, dry ounces or pounds), the number of
those units required per acre and how many gallons of spray are to be
prepared. Based on responses to these questions, a table of mixing
information similar to that described earlier is displayed.

If label directions of the pesticide are stated in terms of the
amount of active ingredient (AI) to be applied per acre, the user is
asked if the pesticide is in a dry form (such as soluble powders or
wettable powders). If the response is affirmative, then the user is
asked to enter the amount of spray to be prepared, the pounds of
active ingredient required per acre, and the % of formulated product
that is active ingredient. If the formulation is liquid, the user is
asked to enter the amount of spray to be prepared, the pounds of
active ingredient required per acre and the active ingredient
concentration (pounds per gallon or grams per liter of formulated
product that is active ingredient). After this information has been
provided, a mixing information table is displayed containing the
concentration of the active ingredient in the formulated product (%
active ingredient for dry formulations and pounds of active
ingredient per gallon of formulated product for liquid formulations)
in addition to pertinent information provided in the mixing
information tables described earlier.

Once a mixing information table is displayed, regardless of the
formulation or label directions, the user is asked if he desires








printed output of the mixing information table on the screen. After
the response to this question is entered, the user is asked if he
desires to change the amount of spray to be prepared. This option
allows the user to adjust the amount of the preparation based on the
coverage area information provided in the mixing information table.
If the volume of preparation is to be changed, then the new spray
volume (gallons) is requested and the mixing information is
recomputed and immediately displayed in a new table. The user is
again given the options to obtain printed output and/or change the
amount of spray to be prepared. If no change is desired, the option
to compute mixing information for another pesticide is given. A
negative response terminates the use of the program and returns the
user to the computer's operating system.

The program is sufficiently versatile that valid computations
can be made for most methods of spray applications used in
greenhouses, shadehouses or in the field. When small amounts (8 dry
ounces or 32 liquid ounces or less) of formulated product are
required in the spray preparation, the program states the
requirements in milliters or grams in addition to the English units
common to larger amounts. When the area to be covered by the amount
of spray prepared is small (less than 1 acre), the area is displayed
in square feet in addition to the fraction of an acre. These features
make the program useful for small greenhouse operations or for
pesticidal research on small plots.

With the added flexibility and accuracy this program provides in
computing pesticidal spray information, it becomes practical for
operators to change sprayer delivery rates to accommodate the
requirements of the particular crop involved while still delivering a
given amount of pesticide to the crop site. This capability will
enhance the cost effectiveness of pesticides and assure compliance
with label instructions.

SAMPLE RUN

Questions or statements from the computer begin with an asterisk (*)
User response is contained within brackets ([ response ]).

NOTES: Scientific notation may be used for numbers in the
following manner: 5.000001E-03 is the same as 0.005
4.354757E+05 is the same as 435475.7

All examples assume the user has viewed or chosen to bypass the
introductory screens.

Example 1. Product 2L for small greenhouse application
Recommended application rate : 2 to 4 pints/100 gals
Using a 20-gallon sprayer

* Do you know how many gallons per acre your equipment
delivers (y or n)? [ y ]









* How much volume does your sprayer deliver per acre (in
gallons)? [ 87 ]

* What is the name and formulation of the pesticide to be
applied? [ Product 2L ]

* Does the label call for a specified amount of product
per 100 gallons (y or n)? [ y ]

* In what units/100 gallons is your label stated?

liquid ounces? enter 1
pints? enter 2
quarts? enter 3
gallons? enter 4
pounds? enter 5
dry ounces? enter 6 [ 2 ]


* How many pints does the label call for per 100 gallons? [ 3 ]

* How many gallons of spray will you prepare per
tank load? [ 2.5 ]

Output for Example 1.

/###################################### #########
/
# Mixing information for: Product 2L
# #
# Sprayer delivery rate------------------ 87 gal/acre
# Label directions----------------------- 3 pints
# of product/100 gal #
# Amount of spray prepared--------------- 2.5 gallons
# Coverage area for this tank mix-------- 2.873563E-02 acres
# --or-- 1251.724 square feet #
# #
# You will need to add one of the following amounts
# of Product 2L to your tank:
# #
# 1) 1.2 liquid ounces
# 2) 35.4375 milliliters


K Would you like printed output? (y or n) [ n ]

* Would you like to change the amount of spray
prepared (y or n)? [ y ]

* Enter new amount (gallons) [ 6 ]







Output for Example 1. (with different amount of spray prepared)

/
# Mixing information for: Product 2L
# #
# Sprayer delivery rate------------------ 87 gal/acre
# Label directions----------------------- 3 pints
# of product/100 gal #
# Amount of spray prepared--------------- 6.0 gallons #
# Coverage area for this tank mix-------- 6.896552E-02 acres #
# --or-- 3004.138 square feet #
# #
# You will need to add one of the following amounts
# of Product 2L to your tank:
# #
# 1) 2.88 liquid ounces
# 2) 85.05 milliliters

######################################### ####/

# Would you like printed output? (y or n) [ y ]

* Would you like to change the amount of spray
prepared (y or n)? [ n ]

* Would you like to prepare another spray mixture (y or n)? [ y ]

Example 2. Product 90SP (for field tomatoes)
Recommended application rate : 0.5 to 1 pound/acre
Using boom sprayer with 500-gallon tank (78 gal/acre)

* Will the sprayer delivery rate (gallons/acre) remain the same
as previously stated (y or n)? [ n ]

* Do you know how many gallons/acre your equipment delivers
(y or n)? [ y ]

* How much volume does your sprayer deliver per acre
(in gallons)? [ 78 ]

* What is the name and formulation of the pesticide to be
applied? [ Product 90SP ]

* Does the label call for a specified amount of product
per 100 gallons (y or n)? [ n ]

* Does the label call for the amount of active ingredient (ai)
or the amount of total product (tp) per acre
to be applied? (enter: ai or tp) [ tp ]








* In what units/acre is your label stated?
liquid ounces? enter 1
pints? enter 2
quarts? enter 3
gallons? enter 4
pounds? enter 5
dry ounces? enter 6 [ 5 ]

* How many pounds does the label call for per acre? [ .75 ]

* How many gallons will you prepare per tank load? [ 500 ]

Output for Example 2.

/######################################
/
# Mixing information for: Product 90SP #
# #
# Sprayer delivery rate------------------ 78 gal/acre #
# Label directions----------------------- 0.75 pounds #
# total product/acre #
# Amount of spray prepared--------------- 500 gallons #
# Coverage area for this tank mix-------- 6.410257 acres
# #
# Add 4 pounds and 12.92308 dry ounces of Product 90SP to tank #

####################################m#### ####/
* Would you like printed output? (y or n) [ y ]

* Would you like to change the amount of spray
prepared (y or n)? [ n ]

* Would you like to prepare another spray mixture (y or n)? [ y ]

Example 3. Product 0.15SL (field grown cut-flower chrysanthemums)
Recommended application rate : 0.005 pounds ai/acre
Using boom sprayer with 350-gallon tank (78 gal/acre)

* Will the sprayer delivery rate (gallons/acre) remain the same
as previously stated (y or n)? [ y ]

* What is the name and formulation of the pesticide to be
applied? [ Product 0.15SL ]

* Does the label call for a specified amount of product
per 100 gallons (y or n)? [ n ]

* Does the label call for the amount of active ingredient (ai)
or the amount of total product (tp) per acre to be applied?
(enter: ai or tp) [ ai ]








* Is the formulation of this product dry (y or n)? [ n ]

* How many gallons of spray will you prepare per
tank load? [ 350 ]

* How many pounds of active ingredient are required
per acre? [ .005 ]

* Is concentration of your product stated by the label in terms of:

POUNDS of active ingredient/GALLON? Press
--OR--
GRAMS of active ingredient/LITER? Press [ a ]

* How many pounds/gallon of product is active
ingredient? [ 0.15 ]

Output for Example 3.

/
# Mixing information for: Product 0.15SL #
# #
# Sprayer delivery rate------------------ 78 gal/acre #
# Label directions----------------------- 5.0000E-3 pounds of #
# active ingredient/acre #
# Formulated product concentration------- 0.15 lbs/gal ai #
# Amount of spray prepared--------------- 350 gallons #
# Coverage area for this tank mix-------- 4.487179 acres #
# #
# You will need to add one of the following amounts #
# of Product 0.15SL to your tank: #
# #
# 1) 1 pints, 3.1453 liquid ounces #
# 2) 19.1453 liquid ounces #
# 3) 565.3847 milliliters #

###################################### # #m # #/

* Would you like printed output? (y or n) [ y ]

* Would you like to change the amount of spray
prepared (y or n)? [ n ]

* Would you like to prepare another spray
mixture (y or n)? [ n ]

* This terminates the use of this program for this session.








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PROGRAM LISTING


10 CLEAR 1000
20 REM IFAS LOGO AND OPENING MENU
30 POP=O
40 GOSUB 5640
50 PRINT"
60 PRINT" I##*######### #*######################################
70 PRINT" I1 Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences #I"
80 PRINT" I################################################# 1"
90 PRINT" #####*************************###################I"
100 PRINT" I#####* :::::::::;""\ *################1"
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120 PRINT" *#################### \ \ ##############"
130 PRINT" 1# T EA C H I N G ##* I F A S *#############I"
140 PRINT" I##################### \ \ #############I"
150 PRINT" 1# R E S E A R C H ###* \ / *#############I"
160 PRINT" I#######################* "" A*################I"
170 PRINT" 1## E X T E N S I 0 N #######* *####################I"
180 PRINT" I#####################################################1"
190 PRINT" ************************************************
200 PRINT" I* University of Florida *I"
210 PRINT" I*****************************************************
220 PRINT" --------------------------------------
230 PRINT
240 PRINT" Pesticide Spray Calculation Program"
250 FOR I=1 TO 3000
260 NEXT I
270 GOSUB 5640
280 PRINT CHR$(27);"[";"1m"
290 PRINT CHR$(27);"#3";"Pesticide Spray Calculation Program"
300 PRINT CHR$(27);"#4";"Pesticide Spray Calculation Program"
310 PRINT CHR$(27);"[";"Om"
320 PRINT
330 PRINT"Version 1.10"
340 PRINT"(c) 1984, IFAS"
350 PRINT
360 GOTO 460
370 REM
380 REM DISCLAIMER
390 REM
400 PRINT"***********************************************************************"
410 PRINT"* Although this program is believed to be complete and accurate, *"
420 PRINT"* no explicit or implicit warranties are made with regard to its use. *"
430 PRINT"* The responsibility for the use of this program for any specific *"
440 PRINT"* purpose lies solely with the end user. *"
450 PRINT"***********************************************************************"
460 PRINT








470 IF PEP=1 GOTO 6650
480 PRINT" This program begins with a series of information screens"
490 PRINT"explaining its operation. You have the choice of viewing or bypassing"
500 PRINT"this information."
510 PRINT CHR$(27);"[";"7m"
520 PRINT CHR$(27);"[";"5m"
530 PRINT CHR$(27);"[";'1m";
540 PRINT"Be sure your keyboard is set for lower case alphabetical characters."
550 PRINT CHR$(27);"[";"Om"
560 PRINT
570 PRINT" Press (Return> to view the information screens"
580 PRINT" Press
to bypass the information screens and execute program"
590 PRINT" Press (Return> to view credits and additional information"
600 REM
610 REM PROGRAM EXPLANATION SCREENS
620 REM
630 INPUT"",P$
640 GOSUB 5640
650 IF P$="a" THEN GOTO 1340
660 IF P$="b" THEN GOTO 6310
670 PRINT" This program performs the routine calculations required for "
680 PRINT"proper mixing of pesticidal sprays for use in the field, shadehouse,"
690 PRINT"and greenhouse. It can be used for pesticides where label directions"
700 PRINT"call for mixing to be accomplished by using:"
710 PRINT
720 PRINT" 1) a specified amount of formulated product/100 gallons "
730 PRINT" 2) a specified amount of active ingredient/acre "
740 PRINT" 3) a specified amount of formulated product/acre "
750 IF PEP=1 GOTO 6630
760 PRINT:PRINT:PRINT
770 PRINT" Amounts of pesticide to be added to your spray tank"
780 PRINT"will be displayed in gallons, quarts, pints, liquid ounces, and"
790 PRINT"milliliters (when amounts are less than 32 ounces) for liquid"
800 PRINT"formulations, and in pounds, dry ounces, and grams (when amounts"
810 PRINT"are less than 8 ounces) for dry formulations."
820 PRINT:PRINT:PRINT:PRINT
830 INPUT"Press (Return> to continue",XXX$
840 GOSUB 5640
850 PRINT" The only information required to operate this program is that"
860 PRINT"provided on the pesticide label and your sprayer delivery rate."
870 PRINT"If you enter your sprayer delivery rate on a gross acre basis,"
880 PRINT"then calculations made by this program will be valid for a "
890 PRINT"gross acre. Similarly, if you enter your sprayer delivery rate on a"
900 PRINT"net acre basis, calculations will be valid for a net acre."
910 PRINT:PRINT:PRINT:PRINT
920 INPUT"Press (Return> to continue",XXXX$
930 GOSUB 5640
940 REM
950 REM SPRAYER OUTPUT CALCULATION EXPLANATION
960 REM
970 PRINT" If the delivery rate of your sprayer is not known, the "
980 PRINT"program will calculate the rate for you, if you "









990 PRINT"perform this simple test:"
1000 PRINT
1010 PRINT" 1) Fill the spray tank with water to a marked level."
1020 PRINT" 2) Spray a given area at the speed you will later"
1030 PRINT" spray the crop."
1040 PRINT" 3) Measure the amount of water required to refill the
1050 PRINT" tank to the original marked level. "
1060 PRINT" 4) Enter the dimensions of the test area (in feet)"
1070 PRINT" and the volume of water (in gallons) delivered "
1080 PRINT" to the test area when requested by the program."
1090 PRINT:PRINT:PRINT
1100 PRINT" For delivery rates based on a GROSS acre, the width of the"
1110 PRINT"entire test area should be reported. For delivery rates based on"
1120 PRINT"a sprayed NET acre, the width of the sprayed portion"
1130 PRINT"of the test area's total width should be reported."
1140 PRINT:PRINT
1150 INPUT"Press to continue",XXXX$
1160 GOSUB 5640
1170 PRINT" Read each question carefully and provide the information "
1180 PRINT"requested. Numbers entered must be in a whole number or decimal "
1190 PRINT"form (for example, 1/6 must be entered as 0.167). If the label "
1200 PRINT"calls for a rate in the form of a range (for example, 4-6 pints"
1210 PRINT"per 100 gallons), DO NOT enter the entire range. Choose a rate
1220 PRINT"within that range (such as 5.5 pints)."
1230 PRINT:PRINT
1240 PRINT" If you desire printed output of the mixing information, simply"
1250 PRINT"respond when the option for printed output is presented and be certain"
1260 PRINT"to have your printer turned on. The program will operate "
1270 PRINT"with the printer turned on or off."
1280 PRINT:PRINT:PRINT:PRINT
1290 PRINT" Press to begin the program"
1300 PRINT" Press
to exit to Main Screen"
1310 INPUT"",XXXX$
1320 IF XXXX$="a" GOTO 270
1330 PRINT
1340 GOSUB 5640
1350 PRINT:PRINT:PRINT:PRINT:PRINT:PRINT
1360 PRINT:PRINT:PRINT:PRINT
1370 PRINT
1380 PRINT" THE PROGRAM WILL NOW BEGIN"
1390 FOR I=1 TO 2000
1400 NEXT I
1410 GOSUB 5640
1420 INPUT "Do you know how many gallons/acre your equipment delivers (y or n)";A$
1430 GOSUB 5640
1440 IF A$="y" GOTO 1980
1450 IF A$="n" GOTO 1500
1460 PRINT"Error in entry -- Try again":PRINT:PRINT:GOTO 1420
1470 REM
1480 REM SPRAYER OUTPUT CALCULATION PROCEDURE
1490 REM
1500 PRINT "This program assumes that you have performed the sprayer delivery"








PRINT"test described earlier in the information screens."
PRINT
FOR I=1 TO 2
IF I=1 THEN PRINT "What was the length of your test area
PRINT:PRINT:PRINT


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PRINT"
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(in feet)?"


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INP --------------------
INPUT"", A


IF I=1 THEN
IF I=2 THEN
PRINT"
PRINT"
IF I=1 THEN
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PRINT"
PRINT"
PRINT"
IF I=1 THEN
PRINT
IF I=1 THEN
IF I=1 THEN
IF 1=2 THEN
NEXT I
GOSUB 5640


(in feet)?"


PRINT "How much volume was delivered by your sprayer (in gallons)?"
PRINT:PRINT:PRINT
PRINT" ..... "
PRINT" -------------.------------

PRINT" I------------------
PRINT" -------------. I ------ "-
PRINT" I""T e s t A r e a" I"
PRINT" I( -........ ...... If"
PRINT" ...... ..... ..... .... "
PRINT" -...---.----------- I"

PRINT" --------------------
PRINT:PRINT:PRINT
INPUT"", C
REM
REM
REM CALCULATION OF SPRAYER OUTPUT
REM GA=OUTPUT
REM C=VOLUME DELIVERED
REM (A*B)/43560=AREA (ACRES)
REM
GA=C/((A*B)/43560!)
PRINT
PRINT
GOSUB 5640
PRINT"Your sprayer delivers "GA" gallons/acre"
PRINT:PRINT:PRINT:PRINT
GOTO 2000
INPUT"How much volume does your sprayer deliver per acre (in gallons)";GA
GOSUB 5640
PRINT"What is the name and formulation of the pesticide to be applied"
INPUT S$
GOSUB 5640


GOSUB 5640
PRINT "What was the width of your test area
INPUT"", B









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C$="liquid ounces"
C$="pints"
C$="quarts"
C$="gallons"
C$="pounds"
C$="dry ounces"
GOSUB 5640:PRINT"Error in entry -- Try again":PRINT:PRINT:GOTO 2170


GOSUB 5640
GOSUB 6260
REM
REM INPUT OF LABEL INFORMATION
REM
PRINT"How many "CS" does the label call for per 100 gallons":INPUT;F
GOSUB 5640
GOSUB 6260
INPUT"How many gallons of spray will you prepare per tank load";H
ZIP=1
REM AA=AMOUNT OF PRODUCT TO BE USED
REM (DEPENDENT ON C$ (UNIT ID))
REM
AA=(F*H)/100
IF C$="liquid ounces" THEN DD=AA/128
IF C$="pints" THEN DD=AA/8
IF C$="quarts" THEN DD=AA/4
IF C$="gallons" THEN DD=AA
IF C$="pounds" THEN QQ=16


GOSUB 6260
REM
REM DETERMINATION OF PESTICIDE FORMULATION
REM
PRINT"Does the label call for a specified amount of product "
INPUT"per 100 gallons (y or n)";B$
GOSUB 5640
GOSUB 6260
IF B$="n" GOTO 3230
REM
REM IF NO, THEN PRODUCT IS IN TERMS OF AMOUNT/ACRE
REM
IF B$="y" GOTO 2170
PRINT"Error in entry -- Try again":PRINT:PRINT:GOTO 2070
PRINT"In what units/100 gallons is your label stated?"
PRINT:PRINT
REM
REM DETERMINATION OF PRODUCT UNITS
REM
PRINT"liquid ounces? enter 1"
PRINT"pints? enter 2"
PRINT"quarts? enter 3"
PRINT"gallons? enter 4"
PRINT"pounds? enter 5"
PRINT"dry ounces? enter 6"
INPUT TCP








2550 IF C$="dry ounces" THEN AA=AA/16
2560 QQ=16
2570 REM
2580 REM PROCEDURE TO SEPARATE OUNCES FROM OTHER UNITS
2590 REM
2600 AL=AA-FIX(AA)
2610 AL1=AL*QQ
2620 ZZ1=FIX(AA)
2630 ZZ2=AL1
2640 CC$="liquid ounces"
2650 IF CS="pounds" THEN CC$="dry ounces"
2660 IF C$="dry ounces" THEN CC$="dry ounces"
2670 Z$=C$
2680 GOSUB 5640
2690 REM
2700 REM CONTROLLER FOR ROUTING OF CALCULATION
2710 REM INFORMATION OUTPUT
2720 REM
2730 IF COUNT=1 GOTO 3740
2740 IF COUNT=2 GOTO 4390
2750 REM
2760 REM OUTPUT OF MIXING TABLE FOR PRODUCT/100 GALS
2770 REM
2780 PRINT"Mixing information for: "S$""
2790 REM
2800 REM ZXZ=TABLE TYPE IDENTIFIER
2810 REM
2820 ZXZ=4
2830 PRINT:PRINT:PRINT:
2840 PRINT"Sprayer delivery rate--------------------"GA" gallons/acre"
2850 PRINT"Label directions--------------------------"F" "C$"
2860 PRINT" of product/100 gallons"
2870 PRINT"Amount of spray prepared------------------"H" gallons"
2880 IF C$="dry ounces" THEN C$="pounds"
2890 REM
2900 REM EA=ACRES COVERED
2910 REM H=AMOUNT OF SPRAY PREPARED
2920 REM GA=SPRAYER DELIVERY RATE
2930 REM
2940 EA=H/GA
2950 CA=EA
2960 PRINT"Coverage area for this tank mix-----------"EA" acres"
2970 IF EA<1 GOTO 3020
2980 GOTO 3040
2990 REM
3000 REM CONVERSION OF EA INTO SQ. FT.
3010 REM
3020 EA=EA*43560!
3030 PRINT" ---or---"EA" square feet"
3040 IF C$="pounds" GOTO 3060
3050 GOTO 4990
3060 PRINT:PRINT








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TCP=1
TCP=2
TCP=3
TCP=4
TCP=5
TCP=6
TCP>6


THEN
THEN
THEN
THEN
THEN
THEN
THEN


C$="liquid ounces"
C$="pints"
C$="quarts"
C$="gallons"
C$="pounds"
C$="dry ounces"
GOSUB 5640:PRINT"Error


IF C$="dry ounces" THEN C$="dry ounces"
IF TCP=1 THEN GOTO 3200
PRINT"Add "ZZ1" "C$" and "ZZ2" "CC$" of "S$" to your tank"
IF AA>.5 GOTO 3190
REM
REM CONVERSION OF AA (DRY OUNCES) TO WW (GRA
REM
WW=AA*454
PRINT
PRINT"---or---"
PRINT
PRINT"Add "WW" grams of "S$" to your tank"
GOTO 3210
PRINT"Add "AA" "CC$" of "S$" to your tank"
C$=Z$
GOTO 5660
PRINT"Does the label call for the amount of active ingredient (ai)"
PRINT"or the amount of total product (tp) per acre to be applied?"
INPUT"(enter: ai or tp)";D$
GOSUB 5640
GOSUB 6260
IF D$="ai" GOTO 4070
IF D$="tp" GOTO 3340
PRINT"Error in entry -- Try again":PRINT:PRINT:GOTO 3230
REM
REM PRODUCT UNIT DETERMINATION (TOTAL PROD/A
REM
PRINT"In what units/acre is your label stated?"
PRINT:PRINT
PRINT"liquid ounces? enter 1"
PRINT"pints? enter 2"
PRINT"quarts? enter 3"
PRINT"gallons? enter 4"
PRINT"pounds? enter 5"
PRINT"dry ounces? enter 6"
INPUT TCP


CRE)


in entry -- Try again":PRINT:PRINT:GOTO 3340


GOSUB 5640
GOSUB 6260
REM
REM INPUT OF LABEL INFORMATION
REM
PRINT"How many "C$" does the label call for per acre":INPUT G
GOSUB 5640
GOSUB 6260
INPUT"How many gallons of spray will you prepare per tank load";H


MS)









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GOSUB 5640
REM
REM
REM AA=AMOUNT OF PRODUCT TO BE USED
REM H=AMOUNT OF SPRAY PREPARED
REM GA=SPRAYER OUTPUT
REM G=LABEL RATE RECOMMENDATION
REM
AA=(H/GA)*G
COUNT=1
ZIP=1
GOTO 2500
REM
REM MIXING OUTPUT FOR TOTAL PRODUCT/ACRE
REM
PRINT"Mixing information for: "S$""
REM
REM OUTPUT TABLE TYPE IDENTIFIER
REM
ZXZ=1
PRINT:PRINT
PRINT"Sprayer delivery rate-----------------"GA" gallons/acre"
IF C$="dry ounces" THEN CC$="dry ounces"
PRINT"Label directions----------------------"G" "C$""
PRINT" total product/acre"
PRINT"Amount of spray prepared--------------"H" gallons"
IF C$="dry ounces" THEN C$="pounds"
REM
REM EA=COVERAGE AREA (ACRES)
REM H=AMOUNT OF SPRAY PREPARED
REM GA=SPRAYER OUTPUT RATE
REM
EA=H/GA
CA=EA
PRINT"Coverage area for this tank mix-------"EA" acres"
IF EA<1 GOTO 3990
GOTO 4010
REM
REM EA (ACRES) TO SQ. FT. CONVERSION
REM
EA=EA*43560!
PRINT" --or---"EA" square feet"
IF C$="pounds" GOTO 3060
GOTO 4990
REM
REM PRODUCT FORMULATION DETERMINATION
REM FOR ACTIVE INGREDIENT/ACRE OP
REM
INPUT"Is the formulation of this product dry (y or n)";F$
GOSUB 5640
GOSUB 6260
IF F$="n" GOTO 4590


TION


OPTION








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4120
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4500
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4570
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4590
4600
4610
4620


IF F$="y" GOTO 4160
PRINT"Error in entry -- Try again":PRINT:PRINT:GOTO 4070
REM
REM INPUT OF LABEL INFORMATION
REM
INPUT"How many gallons of spray will you prepare per tank load";H
GOSUB 5640
GOSUB 6260
INPUT"How many pounds of active ingredient are required per acre";J
GOSUB 5640
GOSUB 6260
INPUT"What percent of the product is active ingredient";I
GOSUB 5640
REM
REM CALCULATION OF AMOUNT OF PRODUCT TO USE (AA)
REM J=POUNDS/ACRE (FROM LABEL)
REM I=% ACTIVE INGREDIENT IN PRODUCT
REM H=AMOUNT OF SPRAY PREPARED (GALS)
REM GA=SPRAYER OUTPUT RATE
REM
AA=(J/(I/100))*(H/GA)
COUNT=2
C$="lbs"
C$="pounds"
GOTO 2540
REM
REM MIXING OUTPUT TABLE FOR ACTIVE INGREDIENT/ACRE FORM.
REM
PRINT"Mixing information for: "S$""
ZXZ=2
PRINT:PRINT
PRINT"Sprayer delivery rate------------"GA" gallons/acre"
PRINT"Label directions-----------------"J" "C$" active ingredient/acre"
PRINT"% active ingredient in product---"I" %"
PRINT"Amount of spray prepared--------"H" gallons"
EA=H/GA
CA=EA
PRINT"Coverage area for this tank mix--"EA" acres"
IF EA<1 GOTO 4510
GOTO 4530
EA=EA*43560!
PRINT" ---or---"EA" square feet"
GOTO 3060
GOTO 5660
REM
REM INPUT OF LABEL INFORMATION FOR
REM ACTIVE INGREDIENT/ACRE (LIQUID FORM.)
REM
INPUT"How many gallons of spray will you prepare per tank load";H
GOSUB 5640
GOSUB 6260
INPUT"How many lbs of active ingredient are required per acre";J








4630 GOSUB 5640
4640 GOSUB 6260
4650 REM
4660 REM DETERMINATION OF LABEL-STATED
4670 REM CONCENTRATED OF PRODUCT
4680 REM
4690 PRINT"Is the concentration of your formulated product stated"
4700 PRINT"by the label in terms of:"
4710 PRINT
4720 PRINT" POUNDS of active ingredient/GALLON? Press (a>"
4730 PRINT" --OR--"
4740 PRINT" GRAMS of active ingredient/LITER? Press "
4750 INPUT"",YAK$
4760 GOSUB 5640
4770 IF YAK$="a" GOTO 4880
4780 IF YAK$="b" GOTO 4810
4790 GOSUB 5640
4800 PRINT"Error in entry -- Try again":PRINT:PRINT:GOTO 4690
4810 INPUT"How many grams/liter of product is active ingredient? ",KA
4820 REM
4830 REM CONVERSION OF G/L TO LBS/GAL
4840 REM
4850 K=KA/119.8
4860 NAM$="grams/liter"
4870 GOTO 4980
4880 INPUT"How many pounds/gallon of product is active ingredient? ",KA
4890 K=KA
4900 NAM$="lbs/gallon"
4910 REM
4920 REM DD=AMT OF PRODUCT TO BE APPLIED.
4930 REM H=AMT OF SPRAY PREPARED
4940 REM GA=SPRAYER OUTPUT RATE
4950 REM J=LBS/ACRE REQUIRED (FROM LABEL)
4960 REM K=LABEL RECOMMENDATION LBS/GALS
4970 REM
4980 DD=(H/GA)*(J/K)
4990 DD4=DD*4
5000 DD8=DD*8
5010 DD128=DD*128
5020 IF ZIP=1 GOTO 5240
5030 GOSUB 5640
5040 REM
5050 REM OUTPUT TABLE FOR ACTIVE INGREDIENT/ACRE LABEL
5060 REM
5070 PRINT"Mixing information for: "S$""
5080 REM
5090 REM OUTPUT TABLE TYPE IDENTIFIER
5100 REM
5110 ZXZ=3
5120 PRINT:PRINT
5130 PRINT"Sprayer delivery rate-----------"GA" gallons/acre"
5140 PRINT"Label directions----------------"J" lbs active ingredient/acre"









5150 PRINT"Formulated product concentration-"KA" "NAM$" active ingredient"
5160 PRINT"Amount of spray prepared---------"H" gallons"
5170 EA=H/GA
5180 CA=EA
5190 PRINT"Coverage area for this tank mix--"EA" acres"
5200 IF EA(1 GOTO 5220
5210 GOTO 5240
5220 EA=EA*43560!
5230 PRINT" ---or---"EA" square feet"
5240 PRINT:PRINT
5250 PRINT"You will need to add one of the following amounts of "S$" to your tank:"
5260 PRINT
5270 REM
5280 REM
5290 REM
5300 REM CALCULATION OF AMTS OF PRODUCT TO ADD
5310 REM FOR LIQUID FORMULATED PRODUCTS
5320 REM
5330 ZDD=DD-FIX(DD)
5340 ZDD1=ZDD*128
5350 ZZDD1=FIX(DD)
5360 ZZDD2=ZDD1
5370 PUP=0
5380 IF ZZDD1=0 GOTO 5410
5390 PUP=PUP+1
5400 PRINT""PUP") "ZZDD1" gallons, "ZZDD2" liquid ounces"
5410 ZDD4=DD4-FIX(DD4)
5420 ZDD41=ZDD4*32
5430 ZZDD41=FIX(DD4)
5440 ZZDD42=ZDD41
5450 IF ZZDD41=0 GOTO 5480
5460 PUP=PUP+1
5470 PRINT""PUP") "ZZDD41" quarts, "ZZDD42" liquid ounces"
5480 ZDD8=DD8-FIX(DDS)
5490 ZDD81=ZDD8*16
5500 ZZDD81=FIX(DD8)
5510 ZZDD82=ZDD81
5520 IF ZZDD81=0 GOTO 5550
5530 PUP=PUP+1
5540 PRINT""PUP") "ZZDD81" pints, "ZZDD82" liquid ounces"
5550 PUP=PUP+1
5560 PRINT""PUP") "DD128" liquid ounces"
5570 PUP=PUP+1
5580 IF DD<.25 THEN ML=DD*3780
5590 IF DD<.25 THEN PRINT""PUP") "ML" milliliters"
5600 GOTO 5660
5610 REM
5620 REM CLEAR SCREEN SUBROUTINE
5630 REM
5640 PRINT CHR$(27);"[H";CHR$(27);"[2J"
5650 RETURN
5660 PRINT:PRINT








5670
5680
5690
5700
5710
5720
5730
5740
5750
5760
5770
5780
5790
5800
5810
5820
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5850
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5910
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6050
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6070
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6100
6110
6120
6130
6140
6150
6160
6170
6180


INPUT"Would you like printed output? (y or n)";ZAS$
IF ZAS$="n" GOTO 5830
IF ZAS$="y" GOTO 5740
PRINT"Error in entry -- Try again":PRINT:PRINT:GOTO
REM
REM PRINTER FORM FEED CONTROL]
REM
IF POP=2 THEN LPRINT CHR$(12):IF POP=2 THEN POP=O
POP=POP+1
REM
REM PRINTED OUTPUT ROUTING S'
REM
IF ZXZ=2 GOTO 7280
IF ZXZ=3 GOTO 7430
IF ZXZ=4 GOTO 6720
IF ZXZ=1 GOTO 7150
INPUT"Would you like to change the amount of spray
IF T$="n" GOTO 5990
IF TS="y" GOTO 5870
PRINT"Error in entry -- Try again":PRINT:PRINT:GOTO
INPUT "Enter new amount (gallons)";H
GOSUB 5640
REM
REM ROUTING STATEMENTS FOR CI
REM
IF ZXZ=1 GOTO 3590
IF ZXZ=2 GOTO 4230
IF ZXZ=3 GOTO 4980
IF ZXZ=4 GOTO 2450
REM
REM OPTION TO PERFORM ANOTHER
REM
INPUT"Would you like to prepare another spray mixtu
C$=" "
ZXZ=0
IF P$="n" GOTO 6190
IF P$="y" GOTO 6050
PRINT"Error in entry -- Try again":PRINT:PRINT:GOTO
GOSUB 5640
TCP=0


R MIXTURE


re (y or n)";P$


5990


PRINT"Will the sprayer delivery rate (gallons/acre) remain the same as"
INPUT"previously stated (y or n)";00$
GOSUB 5640
COUNT=0
ZIP=0
IF 00$="y" GOTO 2000
IF 00$="n" GOTO 6150
PRINT"Error in entry -- Try again":PRINT:PRINT:GOTO 6070
GOTO 1420
CLEAR 1000
POP=1
GOTO 1420


5670

L STATEMENT




PATEMENTS





prepared (y or n)";T$


5830



HANGING AMT OF SPRAY








6190
6200
6210
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6250
6260
6270
6280
6290
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PRINT" 1)
PRINT" 2)
PRINT"
PRINT"
PRINT"
PRINT"
PRINT
INPUT"Press
GOSUB 5640
PEP=1
GOTO 6310
GOTO 670
PRINT
GOTO 400
PEP=0
INPUT"Press
GOTO 270
REM
REM
REM


Authors directly"
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences"
Cooperative Extension Service"
University of Florida"
1038 McCarty Hall"
Gainesville, Florida 32611"

to continue",OP$







(Return> to exit to Main Screen",OP$


STATEMENTS TO CAUSE HARD COPY OUTPUT
VARIABLES SAME AS FOR CRT OUTPUT


GOSUB 5640
PRINT:PRINT
PRINT"This terminates the use of this program for this session"
END
REM
REM SCREEN HEADING SUBROUTINE
REM
PRINT"CALCULATION OF MIXING INFORMATION FOR: "S$""
PRINT:PRINT:PRINT:PRINT
RETURN
POP=1
RETURN
PRINT CHR$(27);"#3";"Pesticide Spray Calculation Program"
PRINT CHR$(27);"#4";"Pesticide Spray Calculation Program"
PRINT
IF PEP=1 GOTO 6620
REM
REM CREDIT INFORMATION
REM
PRINT"Developed by: C. D. Stanley and J. F. Price"
PRINT" Gulf Coast Research and Education Center"
PRINT" 5007 60th Street East"
PRINT" Bradenton, Florida 34203"
PRINT
PRINT"Information used for program development provided by:"
PRINT" D. E. Short"
PRINT" Entomology and Nematology Department"
PRINT" 3103 McCarty Hall "
PRINT" University of Florida"
PRINT" Gainesville, Florida 32611"
PRINT
PRINT"Additional information may be obtained by contacting:"








6710 REM
6720 LPRINT:LPRINT:LPRINT:LPRINT
6730 LPRINT"Mixing information for: "S$""
6740 LPRINT:LPRINT:LPRINT:LPRINT
6750 LPRINT"Sprayer delivery rate-------------------- "GA" gallons/acre"
6760 LPRINT"Label directions-------------------------"F" "CS"
6770 LPRINT" of product/100 gallons"
6780 LPRINT"Amount of spray prepared------------------"H" gallons"
6790 LPRINT"Coverage area for this tank mix-----------"CA" acres"
6800 IF EA=CA GOTO 6820
6810 LPRINT" ---or---"EA" square feet"
6820 LPRINT:LPRINT
6830 IF C$="pounds" GOTO 7020
6840 IF C$="dry ounces" GOTO 7020
6850 LPRINT"You will need to add one of the following amounts of "S$" to your tank:"
6860 LPRINT:LPRINT
6870 PUP=0
6880 IF ZZDD1=0 GOTO 6910
6890 PUP=PUP+1
6900 LPRINT""PUP") "ZZDD1" gallons, "ZZDD2" liquid ounces"
6910 IF ZZDD41=0 GOTO 6940
6920 PUP=PUP+1
6930 LPRINT""PUP") "ZZDD41" quarts, "ZZDD42" liquid ounces"
6940 IF ZZDD81=0 GOTO 6970
6950 PUP=PUP+1
6960 LPRINT""PUP") "ZZDD81" pints, "ZZDD82" liquid ounces"
6970 PUP=PUP+1
6980 LPRINT""PUP") "DD128" liquid ounces"
6990 PUP=PUP+1
7000 IF DD<.25 THEN LPRINT""PUP") "ML" milliliters"
7010 GOTO 7120
7020 IF TCP=1 GOTO 7110
7030 IF C$="dry ounces" THEN C$="pounds"
7040 LPRINT"Add "ZZ1" "C$" and "ZZ2" "CC$" of "S$" to your tank"
7050 C$=Z$
7060 IF AA>.5 GOTO 7120
7070 LPRINT
7080 LPRINT"---or---":LPRINT
7090 LPRINT"Add "WW" grams of "S$" to your tank"
7100 GOTO 7120
7110 LPRINT"Add "AA" "CC$" of "S$" to your tank"
7120 LPRINT:LPRINT:LPRINT:LPRINT
7130 LPRINT"-------------------------------------------------------------------
7140 GOTO 5830
7150 LPRINT:LPRINT:LPRINT:LPRINT
7160 LPRINT"Mixing information for: "S$""
7170 LPRINT:LPRINT
7180 LPRINT"Sprayer delivery rate-----------------"GA" gallons/acre"
7190 LPRINT"Label directions---------------------"G" "C$""
7200 LPRINT" total product/acre"
7210 LPRINT"Amount of spray prepared-------------"H" gallons"
7220 LPRINT"Coverage area for this tank mix-------"CA" acres"








7230 IF EA=CA GOTO 7250
7240 LPRINT" ---or--"EA" square feet"
7250 GOTO 6820
7260 GOTO 6850
7270 GOTO 5830
7280 LPRINT:LPRINT:LPRINT:LPRINT
7290 LPRINT"Mixing information for: "S$""
7300 LPRINT:LPRINT
7310 LPRINT"Sprayer delivery rate------------"GA" gallons/acre"
7320 LPRINT"Label directions-----------------"J" "C$" active ingredient/acre"
7330 LPRINT"% active ingredient in product---"I" V"
7340 LPRINT"Amount of spray prepared-------"H" gallons"
7350 LPRINT"Coverage area for this tank mix--"CA" acres"
7360 IF CA=EA GOTO 7400
7370 LPRINT" ---or---"EA" square feet"
7380 LPRINT:LPRINT
7390 GOTO 7020
7400 LPRINT:LPRINT
7410 GOTO 7020
7420 GOTO 5830
7430 LPRINT:LPRINT:LPRINT:LPRINT
7440 LPRINT"Mixing information for: "S$""
7450 LPRINT:LPRINT
7460 LPRINT"Sprayer delivery rate------------"GA" gallons/acre"
7470 LPRINT"Label directions-----------------"J" lbs active ingredient/acre"
7480 LPRINT"Formulated product concentration-"KA" "NAMS" active ingredient"
7490 LPRINT"Amount of spray prepared-------"H" gallons"
7500 LPRINT"Coverage area for this tank mix--"CA" acres"
7510 IF EA=CA GOTO 7530
7520 LPRINT" ---or---"EA" square feet"
7530 GOTO 6820
7540 GOTO 5830








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This public document was promulgated at a cost of $361.20, or 72.2 cents per copy, to inform IFAS personnel and
Florida residents about a microcomputer program for performing pesticidal spray calculations. 10-500-84



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