in brief…

June 2006
Farmers Weekly;6/16/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 24, p7
Trade Publication
This article offers news briefs in the agricultural industry. Seen working at the Cereals event on June 14, 2006 was the 5:5 self-propelled sprayer from Sands Agricultural Machinery. There are now 22,404 members on the National Register of Sprayer Operators and National Sprayer Testing Scheme coverage has reached 76% of the sprayed area, which is just short of the 80% target.


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