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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by B. L. Landscaping, Sep 1, 2009.
anyone using a prolawn sprayer? thinking of a 52" on a stander would this be a good set up?
any thoughts on it? what the best sprayer for residential lawns?
Is that the one with a shield?. If so that is slow. Good for wide open areas, but I would think a pain in residentials or any lawns that have landscaping.
yes it is the shielded sprayer i just was curious it seems like a great idea to not have to worry about drift that is my main concern with having alot of beds to go around
The shielded sprayer does work good. I can go right to the edge of beds without slowing or even giving it much thought. In many cases the shield lifts overhanging flowers as I am spraying under them. Customers feel better about spraying near flower beds when they can't see the spray. More days are available for spraying because wind is less of a factor.
I use the three shield setup. I think it has an eleven foot width. I suppose on city lots the 52" would be ok, but around here that would make for a very long day.