Originally Posted by shortgrass01
Hi, and thanks.
I tested with a single adjustable cone nozzle on a wand. I measured a spot on the road front, and walked the area fanning the wand back in forth covering the road evenly as possible. I did notice as it began to dry the heavy water marks looks snaked. I may need a different nozzle.
Atm That all I have to test with. I normally use this for roundup/spot spraying. But I was wondering if I could use this to put down 2,4-d blanket application.
Then I began trying to figure our the mix required.
Get rid of the adjustable nozzle and use a flat fixed fan for more accurate calibration.
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