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VA Core Manual: Applying Pesticides Correctly: Unit 10. Calculating the Correct Amount to Apply - Terms to Know
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Active Ingredient (a.i.)
A chemical in a pesticide product that affects or controls the target pest.
Calibrate
To measure the delivery rate and distribution of application equipment; to adjust application equipment so the desired amount of pesticide is applied uniformly to a given area or space.
Calibration
The process of measuring and adjusting the amount of pesticide a piece of equipment applies to a target.
Gallons per Acre (gpa)
The volume of liquid applied to an acre unit area.
Release
To discharge pesticide from its container or the equipment or system used to apply it. Release can be intentional (as in an application) or accidental (as in a spill or leak).
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