Alabama: Sprayer Calibration Made Simple Oct 1, 2020
Whether you’re planning to make a spray application in row crops or you’re controlling weeds in pastures, proper equipment calibration is essential in any pest management program. Basic calibration involves […]
Cleaning your sprayer to prevent potential crop injury is worth the time; learn how below.
Texas: Spray Equipment Setup Webinar, Sept. 6 Aug 27, 2018
Spray Equipment Setup: Reduce Drift and Save Money will be the title of a Sept. 6 natural resources webinar conducted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service ecosystem science and […]
The spray boom should be no more than 24″ above the target for dicamba applications…but is the target the crop or the weed? Drake Copeland explains in this video.
Weed Control’s Future? Aussie Robotic Sprayers “Swarm” Across Fields – AgFax Weed Solutions Dec 14, 2017
The company received a significant boost when it entered into a partnership with the Australian subsidiary of Bosch, the German engineering and electronics company. Bosch is one of the world’s […]
Equipment Maintenance: Properly Winterizing Your Sprayer Can Avoid Costly Spring Problems Oct 31, 2017
It is very likely that you will not be using your sprayer again until next spring. If you want to avoid potential problems and save yourself from frustration and major […]
Spray Equipment Cleanup Saves Time and Money May 17, 2017
Time spent in sprayer cleanup can reduce maintenance downtime and even cause costly crop injury. If you will be applying the same product the next day, then flushing the system […]
Georgia Weeds: Sprayer Clean Out Mar 20, 2017
There is obvious concern about sprayer cleanout after application of Enlist Duo, Engenia, Fexapan, and Xtendimax. All applicators should read and follow the specific sprayer clean-out instructions listed on the […]
When faced with the new environmental regulations and the challenge to produce more food, the adoption of sprayer technology and the ability to accurately analyze and use the data collected […]
It is very likely that you will not be using your sprayer again until next spring. To avoid potential problems and save yourself from frustration and major headaches in the […]