General Operation Articles

Mode of Action and Spray Quality

The decision on application method for herbicides boils down to two main factors: (a) target type and (b) mode of action. In general, It’s easier for sprays to stick to broadleaf plants on account of their comparatively larger leaf size and better wettability compared ...Read More

Venting Liquid-Filled Pressure Gauges

Liquid-Filled or Dry? Small-plot agricultural sprayers should have a pressure gauge on the wand or boom to ensure accurate application rates. Most are added after-market and the operator has the choice of buying liquid-filled or dry gauges. Glycerine- or silicone-filled gauges are preferred because ...Read More

Oh the Places You’ll Spray

The talented Bridgette Readel recited our parody of the Dr. Seuss classic. Below you’ll find her awesome video, then @Spray_Guy’s original audio recitation, and then the lyrics. Enjoy! In the home farm’s west field, where the soybeans won’t grow, and the wind blows the ...Read More

Recirculating Boom Options

If you read this site, you know we’re fans of recirculating booms. We love them for three reasons: They save money and waste by recovering spray back to the tank during priming and rinsing They make boom cleaning easier by eliminating boom-ends They require ...Read More