Five ways to increase sprayer efficiency
We all know that good agronomy is all about timing. From seeding to pest management to harvest, getting a job done at the right time is necessary to preserve yield and crop quality. Looking at it another way, good agronomy is as much being prepared to do something as it is knowing what needs to be done.
In the sprayer business, we often talk about the right way to spray. We’re looking for the correct water volume or spray quality, perhaps a specialty nozzle, to get the job done in the best way possible. And that’s obviously important. But in emphasizing these, we risk relegating the timing aspect as a secondary concern. As a result, we might do an excellent job spraying, but, alas, at the wrong time.