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Subject: Pesticide application, Spray (liquid drop), John Deere, Agricultural machinery, Herbicide
Collection: Agricultural MacHinery
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For other uses, see pesticide application, spray, spraying, and spray bottle.
A bottle with a hand-pumped sprayer
A hose-end sprayer being used for washing a car
Agricultural air sprayer, trailed model
Self-propelled row-crop sprayer

A sprayer is a device used to spray a liquid.

In agriculture, a sprayer is a piece of equipment that is used to apply herbicides, pesticides, and fertilizers on agricultural crops. Sprayers range in size from man-portable units (typically backpacks with spray guns) to trailed sprayers that are connected to a tractor, to self-propelled units similar to tractors, with boom mounts of 60–151 feet in length.


Agricultural Spray Pumps Double Pressure Sprayers Agriculture Sprayers Foot Sprayers Hand Compressors Knapsack Sprayers Mist Blowers/Sprayers Pesticide Sprayers Strip Pumps Agricultural Implements, etc.

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