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Agriculture Sprayer Guide

Modern sprayers are engineered for specific applications to maximize spraying performance. There are ten common sprayer types used in agriculture spraying applications with various ranges for fluid rates, pressure psi, distance/coverage potentials, capacity, and nozzle quantities. The sprayer types are: backpack, spot, ATV, UTV, tow behind, truck bed, 3 point hitch, boom, boomless, and mist. Sprayers are most commonly used for the projection of water, weed killers, crop performance materials, and/or pest maintenance chemicals (herbicides, fertilizers, pesticides, insecticides). Pricing for sprayers ranges from $30 to $8,600 USD and is dependent on the sprayer’s capability and capacity as well as its intended use.

There are ten (10) sprayer specifications that can influence sprayer selection: nozzle quantity, nozzle pressure PSI range, flow rate capability GPM, pump type, tank volume capacity, spray coverage (swath) potential, vertical and horizontal spray distance, sprayer portability, and system hose length. Selecting a sprayer that will be right for particular work requires understanding the different sprayer types and their engineering and performance specifications, as well as the full details of the spray operation. Select a sprayer with the equipment capability and capacity to satisfy the individual job requirements.

Guide Contents

  1. How to pick the right sprayer for your application
  2. Sprayer engineering and performance specifications
  3. Details, associated equipment, common work use, and sprayer advantages

Selecting Your Sprayer

  • • Understand the job and the sprayer’s intended use with regards to the work scenario and sprayer performance requirements.
  • • Understand the sprayer types and options concerning their design engineering, equipment choices, and operation abilities.
  • • Consider the work requirements and sprayer specifications and select the project sprayer that will best match and accomplish the job.

Spray Project Considerations when Choosing a Sprayer

When selecting a work-case sprayer, have a solid understanding of the specific job at hand and any distinct requirements along with it. This means considering the details behind the different variables that can influence or affect spray fluid operations. The following project considerations and questions can assist in further understanding the spray job and sprayer selection.

Spray Area Size

  • • What is the size of your spraying area? Know, measure, research, or calculate the spray area to understand the full size and volume of the job.
  • • A sprayer's coverage capability and volume capacity is directly connected to the total size of the area needing to be sprayed.

Spray Plot Location and Terrain

  • • Where is the target spray area relative to the equipment house?
  • • Sometimes spray areas are flat and readily accessible for spray operations, other times spray areas require traversing rugged terrain with off-terrain vehicles or trucks.
  • • Instances such as rolling pasture land, roadway pesticide application, and hillside vineyards make good examples of where some sprayers may be better suited for certain spray plot locations and terrain.

Sprayer Fluid Rate

  • • Fluid rate refers to the nozzle’s output volume (GPM), which is based on the sprayer pump's specifications.
  • • Is a specific tank-to-nozzle GPM needed for volume output over a select area? Or a specific volume rate for sensitive chemical delivery?
  • • Select a sprayer and system that provides the overall characteristics to deliver at the nozzle; sprayer pumps can be modified for spraying systems.

Sprayer Fluid Pressure

  • • Fluid pressure refers to the nozzle’s output pressure (psi).
  • • Maximum sprayer psi is based on the sprayer pump and correlates directly with horizontal and vertical spray distance.
  • • Know if a specific pump-to-nozzle psi is required to reach target areas with spray fluid, as in orchard, vineyard, from-road applications.

What is Being Sprayed

  • • Know what your spray target is: crops--short, late-season, tall--unwanted vegetation, livestock, pastures, insects, pests, roadsides, fences, perimeters, vineyards, fruit orchards, tree farms and groves.
  • • Different spray jobs often benefit from select sprayers due to the versatility in sprayer engineering for scenario suitability and performance.
  •  Just as different sprayers can be best for individual jobs, different agriculture/spray chemicals may be better suited with select spraying systems, plumbing, and components.

Total Spray Volume

  • • How much spray fluid will the job require? Will there be multiple trips to refill the spray tank?
  • • Determine or have an understanding of the total spray fluid volume the job may require to cover the target area with the correct amount of spray material.
  • • This is important when selecting a sprayer based on its tank capacity, spray specifications, as well as potential application refill frequencies.

Tank Capacity

  • • A sprayer remains operational only when it has fluid to spray; when the nozzle quits, a return for refilling becomes necessary.
  • • Choose a sprayer system or storage tank with the fluid capacity to satisfy your job design or requirements in consideration of sprayer flow rates, spray application frequency, and the total spray area size.

Spray Application Frequency

  • • How often will the application area need to be sprayed? Regularly during the grow season--once a month--suddenly due to pest occurrence? Or maybe weekly repetitive, targeted spot applications?
  • • Sprayer selection should be influenced by the spraying frequency and the sprayer equipment’s overall job suitability to the work demands.

Spray Duration

  • • The spraying time-frame, certain sprayers and systems may be more suitable than others if the operation needs performed within a set time frame due to crop, chemical, or worker constraints.
  • • Knowing how long it takes to complete spraying jobs or project sections can be very useful in regular operation management and understanding best fitting sprayer options.

Sprayer Basics: Engineering, Specifications, Common Uses

Sprayers have all been engineered to perform the same general function but vary in their flow rates, pressure delivery, fluid capacities, system design, and spray nozzle deliverance options to match and succeed across work scenarios. The different sprayer types all feature similar system components—nozzles, tanks, plumbing, pumps—that are compatible across the various applications and chemicals commonly used in spray operations. While all sprayers are engineered for optimum work performance, certain sprayer types remain best suited for particular uses and application scenarios.

Engineering

The engineering of modern sprayers is designed to produce a pressurized flow stream at the spray nozzle or nozzles. Sprayers utilize a specific system, drawing on a sprayer pump and associated plumbing, to perform this designated action. Commonly installed sprayer pumps include electric diaphragm and gas-powered centrifugal. Main features of spray systems: a fluid storage tank, sprayer pump, plumbing, hoses, valves, regulators, gaskets, and nozzle(s). Systems will vary on fluid deliver via handguns or sprayer attachment arms, as well as various other components such as strainers.

Sprayers and their system components have all been fabricated from materials and parts known for their compatibility and resistance to many of the chemicals, acids, powders, and solutions commonly used in sprayer systems within agriculture and manufacturing. Sprayer tanks often utilized to hold the spray fluid are manufactured from high density polyethylene (HDPE), a durable and hard, chemically resistant, industrial grade plastic. Other common materials utilized in sprayer systems and components include: stainless steel, PVDF, Viton, EPDM, Buna-N (Nitrile), and XLPE (PEX).

Performance Specifications

Diversity in sprayer engineering has produced a range of sprayer types capable of fulfilling various work scenarios and requirements. Some sprayers make better choices for certain applications due to the model's general equipment characteristics and performance capabilities. The following table provides an overview comparing all modern sprayer specifications and costs.

Sprayer Type Backpack Spot ATV UTV Tow Behind
$ USD Price $80 $96 - $200 $445 - $475 $440 - $2,800 $1,745 - $3,095
Tank Capacity 4 Gal 9 - 25 Gal 22 - 25 Gal 25 - 200 Gal 55 - 100 Gal
Nozzle Quantity 1 1 1 1 1 – 18
Vertical Distance 23’ 18’ 27’ 27’ - 37’ 27’
Horizontal Distance 25’ 20’ - 30’ 35’ 35' - 45’ 35’
Flow Rate Maximums 0.4 - 0.5 GPM 1 - 3 GPM 2 GPM 2 – 22.5 GPM 4 - 22.5 GPM
Pressure Ranges Up to 60 PSI Up to 70 PSI Up to 60 PSI Up to 290 PSI Up to 60 PSI
Hose Length N/A N/A; 15’ - 30’ 15’ 15’ – 100’ 15’ - 50’
Sprayer Type Truck Bed 3 Point Hitch Boom Boomless Mist
$ USD Price $3,700 - $8,600 $380 - $2,000 $50 - $845 $30 - $250 $2,995 - $7,295
Tank Capacity (gal) 100 - 400 Gal 40 - 200 Gal System Tank System Tank 25 - 100 Gal
Nozzle Quantity 1 1 - 18 2 - 18 1 - 5 1
Vertical Distance 42’ - 50’ 27’ N/A Up to 30’ 55’ - 95'
Horizontal Distance 35’ - 55’ 35’ Up to 30’ Up to 30’ 75’ - 180'
Flow Rate Maximums 9.6 - 18 GPM 2.2 - 8 GPM Pump/Nozzles 1 - 36 GPM 1 - 22 GPM
Pressure Ranges Up to 725 PSI Up to 290 PSI Up to 60 PSI Up to 60 PSI N/A
Hose Length 100’ - 300’ (x2) N/A; 15' N/A N/A N/A

Common Sprayer Uses and Applications

The various sprayer models are widely utilized in agricultural grow scenarios (major use), commercial chemical operations--as in businesses, roadsides, parks, golf courses--as well as professional and personal landscaping, nurseries, gardens, and personal consumer property and grow applications. Sprayers are commonly used for the administration of water or a water-chemical solution onto soil or vegetation for growth performance or pest control. Sprayers also have an extensive list of individual uses for general consumers and small-business owners as in production, manufacturing uses. See the following common sprayer use scenarios:

  • • Field, Row Crop Operations,
  • • Plant Performance Chemicals
  • • Irrigation, Fertigation Operations
  • • Pastures, Farmland, Orchards, Vineyards, Greenhouse Maintenance
  • • Livestock, Pastureland Insect, Pest Control
  • • Fire Response, Controlled Burning
  • • Multi-Location, Spot Water or Chemical Administration
  • • Emergency Response and Preparedness
  • • Rolling Land, Rough Terrain Spray Applications
  • • Multi-Scenario Pesticide, Herbicide, Insecticide Applications
  • • Perimeters of Structures, Property Lines, Fences
  • • Roadways, Ditches, Levees, Tree-Line Foliage, Pest Maintenance
  • • Hard to Reach, Off Road, Spray Applications
  • • High Pressure, Target Spotting, Washing, Cleaning
  • • Manufacturing Line Spraying of Production Solutions
  • • Infestation Response Control

Types of Sprayers

There are ten (10) types of modern sprayers commonly used for the spraying of water, plant herbicides, crop fertilizers, and pesticide control chemicals. Pricing ranges from $30 to $8,600 USD and will depend on the sprayer, equipment type, and its use.

Backpack Sprayers

Backpack sprayers are individual, small capacity use sprayers designed for personal mobility and carried via shoulder straps. They are ideal for small-area target spot spraying around structures, landscape, fencing perimeters, and foliage applications such as decorative plants and garden plot spraying.

Common Work Use Small, repeated chemical, pest maintenance; Perimeter, structure application
Benefits, Advantages High mobility; Independent operation; Easy refill; Simple use
$ USD Price $80
Tank Capacity 4 Gal
Nozzle Quantity 1
Vertical Distance 23’
Horizontal Distance 25’
Flow Rate Maximums 0.4 - 0.5 GPM
Pressure Ranges Up to 60 PSI
Hose Length N/A

Spot Sprayers

Spot sprayers are versatile, low capacity, small transport sprayers. They are well suited for repeat, target spray operations that may be separated by land distance or located on separate properties, as in commercial uses. Spot sprayers are often used among landowners and small businesses that can benefit from the sprayer’s versatility and maneuverability.

Spot sprayers feature 9 to 25 gallon tanks for increased, multi target spray areas. They are powered by 12V electric diaphragm pumps for chemical compatibility and to provide ample nozzle flow rate and pressure. Spot sprayers can have 30’ hoses for application reach away from the sprayer. See the following spot sprayer specifications:

Common Work Use Repeat, high focus delivery of spray fluids; Greater perimeter, structure applications
Benefits, Advantages Portable, versatile mount; Simple to operate and effectively use
$ USD Price $96 - $200
Tank Capacity 9 - 25 Gal
Nozzle Quantity 1
Vertical Distance 18’
Horizontal Distance 20’ - 30’
Flow Rate Maximums 1 - 3 GPM
Pressure Ranges Up to 70 PSI
Hose Length N/A; 15’ - 30’

ATV Sprayers

ATV sprayers are high transport, spot spraying systems designed for off road, difficult terrain access areas. ATV sprayers are ideal for land, property owners that have distant target spray areas or fences. This sprayer type is designed for quick attachment onto common ATV body frames and is often utilized for smaller scale spray operations, quick response uses, and repeat spray needs, as for livestock and perimeters.

ATV sprayers have 22 or 25 gallon spray tanks powered by 12V electric diaphragm pumps. They feature handgun nozzles for spot applications with 15’ of hose reach as standard but can be fitted with booms or no booms for additional uses. See the following ATV sprayer specifications:

Common Work Use Off road, hard to reach, target spray applications;
Benefits, Advantages Vehicle mount; High maneuverable transport; Access to rough terrain spray areas
$ USD Price $445 - $475
Tank Capacity 22 - 25 Gal
Nozzle Quantity 1
Vertical Distance 27’
Horizontal Distance 35’
Flow Rate Maximums 2 GPM
Pressure Ranges Up to 60 PSI
Hose Length 15’

UTV Sprayers

Similar to ATV sprayers, UTV spray systems are designed for utility vehicle mount for off road mobility and spray access within hard to reach areas. UTV sprayers feature increased capacity tanks, pumps, and nozzle pressure capabilities to make them well-suited across a wider range of application requirements. This sprayer type is frequently utilized in professional, commercial, agriculture, and personal grounds keeping / landscaping, with additional focus in pest control maintenance and fertilization, irrigation activities.

UTV sprayers have full spray systems with tank capacities available from 25 to 200 gallons. UTV sprayer pump options are either 12V electric diaphragm pumps with increased chemical compatibility but relatively low GPM and PSI rates or gas powered centrifugal pumps with some reduced compatibility but increased GPM and PSI rates. This sprayer type is standard for handgun nozzle spot spray applications with up to 100’ of hose length. UTV sprayers are also commonly equipped with boom arms or boomless nozzles for area coverage. See the following UTV sprayer specifications:

Common Work Use Off road access to multiple spray targets or plots; Grounds keeping, boom/boomless
Benefits, Advantages Vehicle mount; Increased capacity access to hard to reach spray areas
$ USD Price $440 - $2,800
Tank Capacity 25 - 200 Gal
Nozzle Quantity 1
Vertical Distance 27’ - 37’
Horizontal Distance 35’ - 45’
Flow Rate Maximums 2 – 22.5 GPM
Pressure Ranges Up to 290 PSI
Hose Length 15’ – 100’

Trailer / Tow-Behind Sprayers

Trailer sprayers are designed as tow behind options for vehicles fitted with hitch type pull systems. Example matching vehicles include: utility tractors, ATVs, UTVs, pickup trucks, and other common vehicles featuring tow packages. Tow behind sprayers are self-contained, mobile spraying systems often used in small to medium boom/boomless spray operations. Agriculture, farmers, landowners utilize trailer sprayers for a multitude of property jobs involving watering or application of crop performance chemicals and general pesticides, herbicides.

Tow behind sprayers are engineered in 55 to 100 gallon capacity, powered by either 12V electric diaphragm pumps for sensitive spray fluids or gas motor centrifugal pumps for increased GPM and PSI at the nozzle. Trailer sprayers feature hose lengths up to 50’ for walking spray applications away from the sprayer. This sprayer type is designed for quick boom or no boom integration. See the following tow behind sprayer specifications:

Common Work Use Small scale boom/no boom operation; Large land, repeat use, target spot application
Benefits, Advantages Vehicle hitch mount; Boom/boomless mount; Handgun nozzle; small size convenience
$ USD Price $1,745 - $3,095
Tank Capacity 55 - 100 Gal
Nozzle Quantity 1 – 18
Vertical Distance 27’
Horizontal Distance 35’
Flow Rate Maximums 4 - 22.5 GPM
Pressure Ranges Up to 290 PSI
Hose Length 15’ - 50’

Pickup Truck Bed Sprayers

Pickup truck bed sprayers are full operation spraying systems engineered to fit in many traditional pickup truck beds. This sprayer type differs from other sprayers with increased capacity fluid tanks that have been designed for the portable delivery of high pressure, large volume, focused target applications. Truck bed sprayers are commonly used for: fire control, emergency response; landscape and pest maintenance, commercial and agricultural; large-scale vegetation control; livestock operations, water, insecticides, etc.; tree farms, orchards, and vineyards.

Pickup truck sprayers have fluid tanks that range from 100 to 400 gallons and are powered by gas motor centrifugal pumps. Hose lengths range from 100’ to 300’ for the greatest sprayer reach. Models with 2 x 300’ hoses are available for dual nozzle applications. Due to the increased weight of pickup truck bed sprayers, they feature forklift channels for maneuverability and truck placement. See the following specifications:

Common Work Use High volume operations; Frequent or extended transport from fill to target area
Benefits, Advantages Large capacity tanks; Truck bed convenience and mobility; High pressure handgun nozzle; Large hose length; Dual hose and nozzles
$ USD Price $3,700 - $8,600
Tank Capacity 100 - 400 Gal
Nozzle Quantity 1
Vertical Distance 42’ - 50’
Horizontal Distance 35’ - 55’
Flow Rate Maximums 9.6 - 18 GPM
Pressure Ranges Up to 725 PSI
Hose Length 100’ - 300’ (x2)

3-Point Hitch Sprayers

Three-point hitch sprayers are full equipment systems comprised of a fluid storage tank, plumbing, category one 3-point hitch attachment mechanism, handgun nozzle, and/or folding boom arms. This sprayer type is often fitted to utility tractors but can mount category 1 hitch systems also. Common uses include field and crop spraying, target spraying of long fence lines and ditches, and spray operations associated with food plots, commercial, small-business landscape applications, as well as athletic, golf, sports, and park grounds keeping.

3-point hitch sprayer systems feature 40 to 200 gallon tanks. Standard pumps are 12V electric diaphragm models. Without-pump models are also available to allow personal pump installation for preference or work case need. For more three-point sprayer information, and see the following table of 3 point hitch sprayer specifications:

Common Work Use Utility vehicle, tractor spray uses for crop, grass, weeds, lands keeping and maintenance
Benefits, Advantages Vehicle hitch mount; Quick attach; Designed for boom/no boom integration
$ USD Price $380 - $2,000
Tank Capacity 40 - 200 Gal
Nozzle Quantity 1 - 18
Vertical Distance 27’
Horizontal Distance 35’
Flow Rate Maximums 2.2 - 8 GPM
Pressure Ranges Up to 300 PSI
Hose Length N/A; 15'

Boom Sprayers

Boom sprayers are an advancement of the solitary spraying nozzle to an engineered design incorporating multiple nozzles to cover significantly more spray area than other sprayer types. They are often employed in the spraying of bulk land areas from small farm plots, rolling pasture land, to large multi-acreage crop fields. Boom sprayers are simple in design and feature nozzle-equipped sprayer arms that attach to a tractor or vehicle with span reaches up to 30 feet.

Booms, in themselves, are not full spraying systems and must also feature a tank, pump, and full plumbing with components to supply and drive the spray fluid. When integrating your own system components, ensure all minimum flow and pressure requirements are being met. Boom sprayer attachment arms are available from 4’ to 30’ with nozzle quantities ranging from 2 boom nozzles to 18 boom nozzles. See the following boom sprayer specifications:

Common Work Use Row crops; Field spraying and preparation; Pasture maintenance; Crop chemicals
Benefits, Advantages Versatile mount; Largest, most effective spray coverage of all sprayer types; Multi system integration capabilities
$ USD Price $50 - $845
Tank Capacity System Tank Dependent
Nozzle Quantity 2 - 18
Vertical Distance N/A
Horizontal Distance 4’ to 30’
Flow Rate Maximums Pump/Nozzle Dependent
Pressure Ranges Up to 60 PSI
Hose Length N/A
Boom Length

Boom sprayers are offered in various lengths with varying nozzle quantities and are recommended for use according to the following:

Small: 4’ - 7’ Food plots, small lots, roadways, waterways
Medium: 10’ - 14’ Sm. to med. acreage, estates, ranches, smaller farms
Large: 20’ - 30’ Large acreages, crop fields, pastures, large spray operations

Boomless Sprayers

Boomless sprayers, also called no booms, are specially engineered spray nozzles designed to vehicle mount and provide high distance, swath-projection spray fluid delivery. No booms are often employed when spray areas are hard to reach, have impracticable access for vehicles or boom sprayers, or in scenarios of bulk, above ground crop product applications (e.g. corn, vineyards). They are commonly installed on tractors, utility tractors, ATVs, UTVs, as well as integrated into 3 point hitch, tow behind, and ATV/UTV sprayer  systems. Boomless sprayers require an entire sprayer system for complete operation, (pump, tank, plumbing).

Boomless spray nozzles are available with varying nozzle tip quantities that range from 1 to 5. No boom nozzles can be directed / angled to allow spray projection toward specific targets or features with wide spraying swaths ranging up to 30’. This ability can be increasingly useful in a variety of situations where spray targets cannot be reached by traditional sprayer types.

Boomless nozzles can be very useful in particular spray operations and are significantly cheaper than boom sprayer attachment arms. Note however that, collectively, boomless sprayers are not considered as effective as well-operated booms in terms of full spray fluid coverage. See the following boomless sprayer specifications:

Common Work Use Projectile, swath delivery of spray fluid; Hard to reach spray targets; Bulk crop, brush spraying
Benefits, Advantages Versatile mount; Increased spray fluid reach with swath coverage; Multi-system integration
$ USD Price $30 - $250
Tank Capacity System Tank Dependent
Nozzle Quantity 1 – 5
Vertical Distance Up to 30’
Horizontal Distance Up to 30’
Flow Rate Maximums 1 - 36 GPM
Pressure Ranges Up to 60 PSI
Hose Length N/A
Common Boomless Nozzle Uses

Additional example scenarios that may be well-suited for boomless spray nozzles:

  • • Tall Grass
  • • Ditches
  • • Fire Control
  • • High Tree Density
  • • Rangeland
  • • Levees
  • • Bulk Weed Elimination
  • • Roadsides
  • • Embankments
  • • Pastures
  • • Fence Lines
  • • Perimeters

Mist Sprayers

Mist sprayers have a slightly different spray engineering designed for increased distribution and coverage of the application spray fluid. These sprayers are known for their more effective and more uniform delivery of job spray fluids versus the other sprayer types. Mist sprayers' engineering further disperses the spray fluid into micrometer-sized droplets that is sprayed as a fine, covering mist. This design allows a job's spray fluid capacity to last longer and spray further, where a 25 gallon mist sprayer has the potential to spray up to 15 acres.

Rather than traditional spray nozzles or boom arms, mist sprayers feature cannon volutes with a 210° degree rotation for left and right spraying as required. Fans and throttle controls provide spray fluid projection with cab controls for sprayer mechanisms. This sprayer type has different vehicle attachment and power drive options based on model:

• 25 Gallon ATV Mist Sprayer
• 40/100 Gallon UTV Mist Sprayer
• 60/100 Gallon 3 Point PTO Driven Mist Sprayer

Mist sprayers are ideal for tree, shrub, and vine applications, such as orchards, nut groves, berry farms and vineyards, where uniformity and spray coverage factors are important in the spray operation. Mist sprayers have 25 to 100 gallon capacity tanks with belt driven or gas powered roller pumps as standard pump models. See the following mist sprayer specifications:

Common Work Use Full coverage foliage, crop, fruit applications; Nut trees, orchards, vineyards
Benefits, Advantages Vehicle mount, PTO drive; Large spray area from low fluid capacity; Increased spray coverage
$ USD Price $2,995 - $7,295
Tank Capacity 25 - 100 Gal
Nozzle Quantity 1
Vertical Distance 55’ - 95'
Horizontal Distance 75’ - 180'
Flow Rate Maximums 1 - 22 GPM
Pressure Ranges N/A
Hose Length N/A
Common Mist Sprayer Uses

Example scenarios mist sprayers are ideal for and often used for:

  • • Tree Crop Spraying
  • • Tall Crop Applications
  • • Insect Barriers
  • • Orchard, Nut Grove, Tree Farms
  • • Rangeland, Pastures
  • • Livestock, Poultry, Barn Spraying
  • • Fruit, Berry Farms
  • • Flying Insect Control
  • • Roadsides, Ditches, Levees

Sprayer Selection Takeaways

Modern sprayer industry advancements have produced sprayer systems and equipment that are mechanically capable to accomplish the many spray tasks they can and are used for across industry sectors. When choosing a sprayer from among the 10 different types, select the sprayer and system with the performance specifications and system equipment to completely satisfy your work needs. Consider job details of total spray area and fluid volume, pump GPM and nozzle delivery pressure, what is to be sprayed, where it is located, and how often the application will occur.

Following sprayer selection, choosing the right sprayer pump can sometimes be necessary. Some sprayer models come with pumps pre-installed, other models allow self-provision and installation of a compatible pump. Also, the sprayer nozzle that best accomplishes the job may need to be selected, especially in boom operations. The accompanying spray nozzle must properly deliver the right amount of spray fluid at the right rate and with the proper coverage pattern.

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