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Maintenance of equipment for plant protection; purchase of new equipment


, : Maintenance of equipment for plant protection; purchase of new equipment. Vita in Campagna 15(4): 38-40

Normal maintenance of portable and small sprayers consists of examination of the overall condition of the equipment and checks on the principle components, i.e. the filter, spray tank, structural components, pipework, nozzles, pump, and motor. Each of the required checks is described and illustrated.

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