You’ve got a busy day ahead! If part of the day’s work is spraying, it’s tempting to kick on the sprayer as the morning sun lights up your crop and soil. If you’re spraying a herbicide, you don’t want to spray when an inversion is present.
Morning mist is a visible indicator of an inversion, but don’t assume an inversion is gone. The mist maybe gone, but inversion may still be in place. Read on for a sure way to know when an inversion has fully dissipated.