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DepositScan is a scanning program that can quickly evaluate spray deposit distribution on water sensitive paper or Kromekote• cards. The program consists of a set of custom plugins that are used by an image-processing program to produce a number of measurements useful for expressing spray deposit distribution. The DepositScan program offers a convenient solution for on-the-spot evaluation of spray quality even under field working conditions.
To download and install the DepositScan software:
- Fill in the form below and click •Take me to the download••
- Create a folder named •DepositScan• on your hard drive.
- Click •DepositScanInstall.exe• and choose to save the file to your •DepositScan• folder
- When the download is complete, double-click •DepositScanInstall.exe•. In the Win-zip Self-Extractor window, click Unzip to extract the program files to the •DepositScan• folder.
Refer to the DepositScanManual.pdf in the DepositScan folder for guidance in setting up your scanner and using DepositScan.
We have added ExtractResults_v1.1, a tool for consolidating output files of the DepositScan program. Refer to the ExtractResults Manual provided for assistance in using the program.
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