Monthly Archives: July 2015

Absolutely, positively must spray a wet field? Follow these tips to minimize risk

You’ve waited and waited and waited for the field to dry, but it hasn’t. Now weeds are starting to take up residence in your crops. Do you risk soil compaction by bringing in your self-propelled sprayer to apply herbicides, or keep holding out for better field conditions? There’s no easy answer, said Jeremy Hurt, Senior […]

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Ask the Application Specialists: I’ve stopped spraying for a couple of days because of weather conditions, and now my spray pressure drops when I start my sprayer. What’s wrong, and how do I fix it?

Your problem likely is chemical sediment that has built up and clogging the strainers in the nozzle tips. You should remove the strainers and clean them. That is done by soaking the strainers in a large bucket filled with water and maybe some dishwashing liquid, for 20 minutes or so. Most of the sediment will […]

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