#Spray18 – Best Practices

This article was written by Victoria Berry for the Ontario Grain Grower. In the era of social media and keyboard warriors, it’s easy to feel like someone is always watching and ready to force their opinion on the world. The “tweet first, think later” mentality often adds to misinformation, and worse, it can leave science […]

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Boom Collisions on Twitter

An interesting technology recently came to our attention. The Horsch BoomSight detects potential obstacles and as the sprayer passes it raises the boom to avoid the impact. We figured it was worthy of a tweet, which read: @Spray_Guy:Ever accidentally hit something with your boom?<35 km/h, perhaps the Horsch BoomSight can help:http://bit.ly/2j6ShBx Now, when you tweet […]

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Sprayer Top Tips – The Twitterverse has Spoken

In June, 2016, someone tweeted a clever tip for sprayer operators. It got the usual round of likes and retweets, but it also inspired an idea. We decided to have a two week-long competition for the best North American tip under the hashtag #SprayerTopTips. The winner would receive a WeatherFlow windmeter. Shortly thereafter, Graham Smith […]

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Lessons Learned from the Top 5 Field Sprayer Articles of 2015

Tom and Jason - Myths Season 1

When Jason and I launched the Sprayers101 website in June, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Seven short months and 150 posts later, we’re stoked to have had such a great response.  About 70,000 page views.  17,000 users.  Of the over 100 countries that have visited, Canada, the US, Russia, Australia, and the UK are […]

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Top Five Tips for the Spray Season

This article was originally written by @nozzle_guy as a guest blog for Farm At Hand, and is reproduced with permission. Spray season is here, but are you ready?  Here are 5 tricks to give you a productivity edge. Choose a spray pressure in the middle of your nozzle’s operating range.  All spray nozzles have a […]

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