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Absolutely, positively must spray a wet field? Follow these tips to minimize risk

You’ve waited and waited and waited for the field to dry, but it hasn’t. Now weeds are starting to take up residence in your crops.


Giddy up! Higher horsepower heads Apache sprayer improvements in 2016

Press the ignition button on a 2016 Apache self-propelled sprayer and don’t be surprised if it feels like an experience at a thoroughbred horse farm.

Nighttime spray application advice doesn’t leave growers in the dark

Weather-related planting delays have many growers burning the midnight oil to complete fieldwork, including chemical application. While spraying after sunset presents unique challenges, it can be as effective as daytime application.

Satterly honored as Safety Director of the Year

Jim Satterly came to a career in workplace safety by accident. His own unfortunate industrial accident.

Publication helps growers stay away from used sprayer ‘lemons’

It’s been said that buying a used car is buying someone else’s problem. Is the same also true of used self-propelled sprayers? Probably not, but a new Equipment Technologies publication can significantly improve a grower’s odds of avoiding a lemon.

Prepare sprayers to ‘spring’ into action when weather warms

It might not seem like it with bitter cold temperatures and snow and ice across much of North America, but spring is coming. And with it, the start of crop season.

Buckeye Application opens Indiana location

An Ohio-based Dealer of Apache-brand self-propelled sprayers has opened a sales, service and parts center in northeast Indiana.


Equipment Technologies announces Midwest Application in Iowa

Farmers in northeast, eastern, southern and southwest Iowa can purchase Apache-brand selfpropelled sprayers through Midwest Application, a new Apache Dealership owned and operated by Apache manufacturer Equipment Technologies.