And the finalists are…

June 2007
Farmers Weekly;6/1/2007 Supplement, Vol. 146, p70
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the spraying equipment used by several farm sprayer operators. David Clayton uses a Bateman RB 25 with 24m booms, to spray a range of combinable crops and potatoes. David Currie uses a 3000-litre trailed Knight sprayer with 24m booms to protect 1400ha of cereals, broccoli, fodder beet, beans, peas and potatoes. Craig Livingstone uses a 3000-litre, 24m Househam self-propelled sprayer and has already introduced many new ideas to the spraying operation.


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