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Getting a couple of small spots ready to plant some Iron Clay Peas. Also, going very light on some hemp this year.

Sure like this new sprayer.








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Where did you buy sprayer and how many gallons? How do you know where you’ve sprayed already? We’ve got a 55 gallon boomless but just a single nozzle. It sprays a foot or two outside of each tractor tire so it’s fairly easy to keep track. But we need to upgrade to bigger tank.
 

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Where did you buy sprayer and how many gallons? How do you know where you’ve sprayed already? We’ve got a 55 gallon boomless but just a single nozzle. It sprays a foot or two outside of each tractor tire so it’s fairly easy to keep track. But we need to upgrade to bigger tank.
Got it at Baker Feed & Seed. These come with some high dollar (70.00 or so) nozzles, sprays approximately 14 feet each way. I got the 55 gallon but they have other sizes.

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Got it at Baker Feed & Seed. These come with some high dollar (70.00 or so) nozzles, sprays approximately 14 feet each way. I got the 55 gallon but they have other sizes.

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Thanks, I've seen those out there every time I drive by, guess I need to stop in. I guess if mine sprayed that much on either side, then the 55 gallon would be better, but my problem now is I have to fill the tank up so many times just to get all of the stuff done that I need to spray. And even with the one I have now, I'm just guessing on where my last pass of spraying reached to, thought about using some of that marker dye, but from what I gather it stains up everything it touches.
 

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Yeah, I don’t know about how to keep track of spray patter. You are probably like me and do a lot of over spray.


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Made myself get an early start with breaking ground and expanding the field size. I knew it was going to happen and was watching close for them. After two days of pushing dirt, old logs and stumps I narrowly escaped a ground nest of bees. I was backing up when I saw them.







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Glyphosate is pretty cheap already. Unless you wanted a large supply you are probably better off getting it at tractor supply. If you want fertilizer or pesticides, I can point you in the right direction.
 

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Glyphosate is pretty cheap already. Unless you wanted a large supply you are probably better off getting it at tractor supply. If you want fertilizer or pesticides, I can point you in the right direction.
Ha, don’t use that much but thanks


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Glyphosate is pretty cheap already. Unless you wanted a large supply you are probably better off getting it at tractor supply. If you want fertilizer or pesticides, I can point you in the right direction.
Can you get a deal on 5 - 10 gallons of Garlan?


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Let me check on the Garlon.
Stuff is expensive




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