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The Misplay of our Generation

 Note: This article, originally published on Sprayers101.com on August 9, 2017, has been updated with developments and is current as of Nov 30, 2017....

Here Comes the Boom

To some farmers, spraying is a difficult science and one that is never exact. That’s because there are so many variables when we look...

Precise Movement

Getting the proper rate of seed in the ground at the proper depth with the proper distance from fertilizer is vital to southern Saskatchewan...

Biobeds for Pesticide Waste Disposal

By Tom Wolf One of the most challenging aspects of a spray operation is the disposal of leftovers or rinsate containing pesticides. Let’s be honest,...

How are Pesticides Registered, and is it Good Enough?

By Tom Wolf Mainstream agricultural practice includes pesticides as an essential and beneficial part of crop protection. The introduction of herbicides, for example, has permitted...

Cleaning Your Sprayer Tank, with Math as Your Guide

One of the more perplexing questions in tank clean out is knowing when the cleaning process is good enough to prevent harm. This question...

Sprayer Projects for the Off-Season

As the spraying season recedes in the rear-view mirror, it’s a good time to think about how the season went and what the most...

Pulse width modulation, part one

This is the first in a series of the best articles available on www.sprayers101.com, edited under agreement for FARMING FOR TOMORROW to provide special...

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