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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by mx315, Dec 2, 2012.
never mind i thought you were in palm beach county...
I got a Z max last spring,because of all the problems with my one year old perma green. I used the Z Max all season no trouble at all. I bought my Z Max direct just call Lt Rich they will ship one, then call them when the machine shows up and they will go step by step how it works. They can even help you with mixing chemicals. They are very helpful every time I call them.
I live in your area and work 3 Z Max sprayers with my crews. If you have smaller properties with tight back yards, the Jr. might be better option. But for high production, the Z Max rules. We have ones ranging from 1 to 4 years old and LT Rich continues to upgrade the machines. And I have NEVER found a company with better customer service. ValleyCrest, Brickman, and GPL all operate these units in your area.
Coastal Equipment in Santa Rosa Beach is a licensed vendor for these machines, but they don't stock them.
9773 I might need some help with calibration and operation... if your willing to. I ordered the Z-Max and it should be here next week. Production wise it looks like the best option out there.