Could someone tell me what this sprayer is called?

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by bill8379, Jan 27, 2008.

  1. bill8379

    bill8379 LawnSite Senior Member
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    I'm not getting a response in the Pesticide section so I thought I would repost here.

    I tried googling, pull behind sprayer, sprayer on dolly etc. I can't find it.

    *sorry for posting your picture Lawntamer.


    I like this because of the spray coming out, it looks good. The shurflo backpack has a wand which is iffy in my opinion. Is this a step up from a backpack?
  2. lwelve

    lwelve LawnSite Member
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    Lesco/ John Deere Landscape makes something like this.
    May want to check there.
  3. bill8379

    bill8379 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Hmm.. Lesco's web site is fubared. There is no pictures or information about anything. I couldn't find any sprayers at John Deere except for farmer's fields.
  4. PerfectEarth

    PerfectEarth LawnSite Bronze Member
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    I'd like to know what that guy is applying from 5 ft. off the ground....
  5. lwelve

    lwelve LawnSite Member
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    Lesco does not have the best web site around.
    We have a Lesco store close by, I saw something like this there.
    Tractor Supply may also have.
  6. txgrassguy

    txgrassguy LawnSite Gold Member
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    bill, there are several companies manufacturing self contained walk behind sprayers.
    This is what you need to google.
    Check the Gregson Clark website and a few others as I know there are units made to drop into a Lesco or Scotts R8A walk behind spreader to convert the spreader into a walk behind spray unit.
    Expect a cost somewhere around $1000 to complete the assembly, ie. boom, pump, tank, a short hose and a decent wand.
  7. bill8379

    bill8379 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Hey, thanks.

    Man if I was going to spend a grand on that, I might opt for the full out skid sprayer.:laugh:

    I'm trying to find an intermediary step that's cheap, I mean affordable, and can still get the job done properly. I'm not sure how many customers I'll get this spring. So far my best bet is shurflo back pack.

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