Which nozzles you use on your sprayer is one of the most important factors you need to consider before taking your sprayer to the field. The last thing you want to do is to use the wrong nozzle for the job, and have to go back and spray the field a second time. In this blog, I'll take you through the ins and outs of spray nozzles so you will always know which nozzle is right for the job. There are a lot of different brands out there, but for this blog I will be focusing on TeeJet nozzles.
In this post, I will walk you through the steps of setting up your in-cab solenoid controls. With the help of this video, you will be out in the field spraying in no time! For the purposes of this video, we will be using an Enduraplas Field Boss® 365 sprayer. If you are not using a Field Boss® sprayer, steps 3-5 may be irrelevant.
Maintenance is a key part of maintaining your sprayer in order to add to its longevity. Failing to take care of your sprayer could cost you hundreds that would have been prevented by a little due-diligence. However, it's equally as important to understand what to look for when you're performing a visual inspection of your sprayer. Here is a guide of what to keep an eye out for during inspection.
There are a range of different pumps to choose from when setting up a sprayer. Trying to spray using a pump that isn't fit for your application can be inefficient and frustrating. So, which one do you need? We have a range of pumps that we’re going to go over and we’ll make recommendations for each one so you can make an intelligent decision for which pump to use on your sprayer.
The question is often asked, "should I get a boom or go boomless on my chemical sprayer?". This is important to consider and worth putting thought into. In fact, there is not a yes or no answer. It is important to consider things like what type of spraying you will mostly be doing and when you usually spray.
Spraying chemical can be a tricky game. There are so many different variables, that it can be hard to get it right. In this article we'll go over spraying terms that you must know to be on top of your spraying game.
Established in the early 1990’s, Tablas Creek Vineyard was one of the first wineries on the west side of Paso Robles, CA. Founded on values that date back generations, Tablas Creek became ‘certified organic’ in 2006. This was a major milestone in the vineyard's history, thanks to the help of Jordan Lonborg (the Viticulturist at Tablas Creek). After falling in love with agriculture at a young age, Jordan now spends his life directing spray programs to keep the grapes as healthy as possible.
Winterizing your sprayer is one of the most effective ways to extend its life and ensure that you are ready to quickly resume productivity when spring arrives. Setting aside a few minutes to winterize your sprayer each year during late fall will make a huge difference. Taking this important step can help prevent cracking and other problems that will occur when you fail to properly prepare your sprayer to handle the colder temperatures. In this article, we're going to look at why you should always winterize your sprayer.
There are a number of different spraying applications when you are applying chemical, and different guns to fit each application as well. Your chemical sprayer needs the correct gun for your purpose in order to be the most effective. So, the first question is what is your spraying application? Do you need high flow, or high pressure, an adjustable spray pattern? You get the idea. We are going to look at a few different spraying applications and select the right spray gun for your sprayer. Let’s start with tree spraying.
We all know that keeping your sprayer in great condition will reduce break downs during spraying season. Making sure your oil is clean is part of that. Here are a few simple steps to properly change/replace the engine oil on your sprayer as quick as possible.