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Sprayers are fully integrated, mechanical systems, meaning they are composed of various parts and components. They work together to achieve the desired effect, in this case: the projection of the spray fluid. This can be as simple as a hand sprayer attached to a bottle. Then it is pumped and primed by a spring-lever, tube, and vacuum-pressure


First and foremost, you need to make sure your sprayer is in top condition before spring and then maintain it throughout the growing season.

Sprayer maintenance includes checking fluid levels, greasing necessary components, calibrating the sprayer monitor, and more. This sprayer maintenance checklist breaks down what you need to do before you start spraying as well as daily, weekly, and monthly maintenance upkeep during the season.


There are multiple steps you can take each time you spray to optimize efficiency and minimize off-target drift. It’s essential to read the label, pick the best spray nozzle, calibrate your device and check wind speed. You should also use a spray-pattern check to make sure you have the right nozzle spacing and boom height.


Sprayers are essential tools for farmers and planters. It needs to be maintained regularly so that it has a prolonged life cycle.