Tillers stir and pulverize the soil, either before planting (to aerate the soil and prepare a smooth, loose seedbed) or after the crop has begun growing (to kill weeds—controlled disturbance of the topsoil close to the crop plants kills the surrounding weeds by uprooting them, burying their leaves to disrupt their photosynthesis, or a combination of both). Unlike a harrow, which disturbs the entire surface of the soil, tillers are designed to disturb the soil in careful patterns, sparing the crop plants but disrupting the weeds.
In agriculture, a sprayer is a piece of equipment that spray nozzles to apply herbicides, pesticides, and fertilizers to 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.
A spreader is a farm implement commonly used for spreading seed, lime, fertilizer, sand, ice melt, etc., and is an alternative to drop spreaders/seeders.
Used By: Homeowners, Contractors, Landscapers
|Sprayers – GRD||Minimum||Hours||Day||Week|
|Towable 15gal Electric||$25.00||3hrs||$38.00||$114.00|
|4 Gal (S.S.)||$8.00||$24.00|
|Towable Broadcast 125#||$15.00||3hrs||$20.00||$60.00|
How To Use A Tiller
How To Use A Spreader
Tillers, Sprayers & Spreaders Reservations
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Tillers, Sprayers & Spreaders
Updated on 2017-09-01T18:24:19+00:00, by .