Do you think it would be possible/practical to build a right on sprayer that is capable of spraying fertilizer at a rate of 2 gallons per thousand? For the sake of argument, let's say you want to do an all liquid application. Let's not get in a debate of why not just do granular. And you want to be able to do these bigger lawns with the ease of a ride on vs pulling hose. And let's say you want to out down 2 gals per thousand. This would be liquid fertilizer such as uflexx. The option to spray pesticides in the mix would also be needed. Also you don't want to have to fill up multiple times per stop. So let's say you would want to be able to spray 20k sq feet per fill up. That would be 40 gallons. Could a machine me built heavy duty enough to handle this? If so, would the weight just cause ruts in the lawn? A tractor pulling a trailer with a big boom is not the answer. Needs to operate and ride like a traditional ride one like a turfco or zspray Thoughts?