I spray with a skid sprayer, 100 gallon tank and a JD9C gun. Currently I spray about 10 gallons per k. That's not normal right lol? I've been reading here and see a lot of you guys being able to spray over an acre with 100 gallons. Seems crazy to me. Any suggestions on speeding things up and still getting thorough coverage? And no it's not the PSI it's a result of the way I was taught to spray. I was taught by a very smart guy, but in my opinion not someone that had much experience actually spraying. He taught me to be methodical and thorough and always ensuring good coverage, but as a result I just find myself to be way too slow. I work somewhere else now where I'm the only technician and we have about 12 acres of turf. I just don't have the time to be spraying that much area and filling up 50 times to do it when broadcast spraying. The obvious answer here is to walk faster, but I'm just wondering any other thoughts. I feel like if I walk faster I'm not going to get complete coverage.