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Go after weeds in style with spraying equipment

What’s New From the Shows: These products make herbicide handling and spraying more efficient.

Whether you have large spraying jobs or small ones, the companies that design, engineer and build spraying and herbicide handling equipment have you covered. The pandemic did not stop them from forging ahead, producing new sprayer models for 2022 with even more technology and capability than before, plus other equipment that can help you better mix chemicals, get spray solutions to the field and fill the gaps in your quest to control weeds all around the farm.

Check out the sprayer designed for large acreages from Fast, and see if the Oxbo 7550 self-propelled sprayer might fill a need in your operation. Equipment Technologies has upgraded the Apache lineup for 2022, offering self-propelled sprayers in a number of sizes. The biggest difference in the Apache lineup from model to model is the capacity of the spray tank. Even models that carry a smaller tank can be equipped with as much precision spraying technology as you will need.

John Deere now has two series of self-propelled sprayers, the 4000 Series and the 6000 Series. The 6000 Series Deere sprayer displayed at the Farm Progress Show was equipped with See and Spray, the system that can recognize bare ground vs. weeds and only spray weeds. Hagie, now owned by John Deere, also introduced its first new model in the past few seasons.

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