- 2-Gallon translucent poly tank with 4-inch wide mouth opening for easy filling and cleaning
- Designed specifically for acid stain applications
- Acid and chemical resistant seals and gaskets and pressure relief valve
A Better Way to Get Ready to SprayMarch 1, 2018 - DTN The Progressive Farmer (blog)
When the sprayer returns, the operator can fill again without waiting for the water truck. If the water truck driver is available, he can prepare the load for the sprayer. Then, the sprayer refill time is cut to about 10 minutes. "We are unique with...
How Much Rinse Water in the Field is Needed with a Modern Sprayer?February 23, 2018 - No-Till Farmer (press release) (blog)
Another general rule says to add at least two to three times the amount of gallons applied per acre. Each rinse of the boom will range from 30-50 gallons of water. For example, if a spray application used 15 gallons per acre, 30-50 gallons should be...
Garden Sprayer modified with car valve stem
WARNING Do Not by-pass the pressure pop-off valve !!! ...The most pressure I could pump this to is 15 psi Now I can air it up to 25psi before the pop-off valve blows ..This gives me 10 psi...
TeeJet Flow Back Valves Enhance Sprayer Performance
Flow back valves from TeeJet Technologies feature a unique design that relieves trapped pressure from the boom when shutting off sections allowing for very rapid shutoff. Compared to standard...
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The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, 3rd EditionUCANR Publications. 2016
The first update to this key reference guide in over 15 years! This revised edition contains a new format making it even easier to study for the DPR exams. In addition to the review questions found at the end of each chapter, this new edition contains knowledge expectations at the beginning of each chapter. These brief statements describe what you are expected to learn after reading that chapter, allowing you to study more effectively for DPR’s pesticide applicator licensing (QAL/QAC) exams. These knowledge expectations are also highlighted in sidebars throughout each chapter, providing a study roadmap so you know which sections of each chapter are most important. Also new: Updated pesticides table to reflect products available in CaliforniaUpdated information on nematodes,...
Introduction to Plant DiseasesSpringer Science & Business Media. 2012
Every year we see a remarkable increase in scientific knowledge. We are learning more each day about the world around us, about the numerous biological organisms of the biosphere, about the physical and chemical processes that shaped and continue to change our planet. The cataloging, retrieval, dissemination, and use of this new information along with the continued development of new computer technology provide some of the most challenging problems in science as we enter the Information Age. With the explosion of knowledge in science, it is especially important that students in introductory courses learn not only the basic material of a subject, but also about the newest developments in that subject. With this goal in mind, we have prepared a second edition of Introduction to Plant...