Spraying

March 31, 2016 – Two Agrifac Condor Endurance sprayers are heading to Alberta this week.

Manufactured in the Netherlands, the pendulum chassis eliminates boom movement makes sure that the weight distribution is equal on all four wheels. The chassis enables a 2,100 US gallon tank and booms up to 180 feet. Due to the design of the tank, no rest liquids stay behind, and the EcoTronicPlus display is the spray computer as well as the interface for machine settings. For more information on Agrifac and on the self-propelled sprayers, check out www.agrifac.com or www.agrifac.ca.

Published in Machinery

Dec. 4, 2015, Prince Edward Island – A legislative committee says it's time a dispute over the potato disinfection service comes to an end and both sides of the debate come together immediately, writes CBC News. | READ MORE

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Growing potatoes is an intensive business. With so many variables to control to ensure crop success, it may seem simpler to keep a schedule; for example, spraying for all weeds when they are at an average stage of development and then spraying for disease every Monday. But, according to a weed management specialist with Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food (OMAF) and the Ministry of Rural Affairs (MRA), this is not the best way to control weeds effectively – and maybe not even economically.

Published in Weed Control

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