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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by grassman177, Sep 26, 2009.
congrats rod, very cool you were asked to do that and very nice pic i may say.
Pretty sharp... and that is my zspray he is standing beside... well it is now at least.
so your machine is on the web, how cool. how do y0ou like it??? i know it is heavily customized, our are just hhe way we wanted them and all are different. what was special about this one i cant remember , than ks
I am very proud of my Z and was very glad to give them a testimonial. I could have made it 10 pages but they only wanted a few lines!
LT Rich has an awesome product that totally sells itself! It doesn't take a salesman to sell this machine!
The machine in that picuture (which is now Mow Right's) just had dual tanks and a foamer. The one dual tank is independent and you can run Gly, insecticides or anything you want out of it.
My new machine is rock'n! I am able to get about 4.5 acres/fill with my Z Max and it I use one of my aux tanks...I can get over 5 acres.fill!
It is a dream on the big lawns we have! I actually get bored...because I never get to fill much!
nice, bored becasue you are not wokring too hard!!!!!! yup, that is the smart way . i can get bored while on the really big open areas i treat. i like obstacles to keep me busy
I love big areas because it = big $$$$$/hour...but it isn't near as interesting or as challenging as the ones with obstacles as you say.
Sometimes I like to work in those tighter areas and lawns with trees...but man do they kill your production!
yeha, that is what i am saying. i am off to aerate/seed /fert in the morning and then apps al day tues. should go well and have favorable weather for it.