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So much crabgrass and nutsedge. Everyone had to do what they could to keep up.
We mounted a 12v Duracell gel under the right side green molded piece that sits just next to the hopper and run a 115 psi for crab and a 60 psi for NS. We also came off the dump valve with a gun for 3-way a long time ago. As you can see we valved our crab and nut to one gun also. The permagreen sucks for this kind of auxiliary spraying because of the steering etc but it's better than going back to the truck for backpacks. I love my zero turn with the bigger auxiliary tanks and one handed steering. It's a battle tank!Hineline, very creative. You are amazing! Back to back--do you mean blanket aps of crabgrass pre?
What product are you using?
Do you need a higher rate of crabgrass control? April and June treatments? ( Just for problem lawns.)
Amazing setup. Do the auxiliary tanks have their own electric pumps? Their own hand wands? For crab and nutsedge, right? Drive the lawn and spot spray--what is your technique?
Wait--the Magnum has no electric--am I right?
Does this mean you have to use the main pump? And the trim nozzle?
Does this mean you have to switch tanks and go around the yard again for nutsedge?