Vegetable & Vineyard Spraying -Our versatile, compact mist sprayer units can be used in many different insecticide, herbicide, fungicide and foliar feeding applications, including... Fruits & Vegetables, Specialty and Row crops, Orchards, Groves and Windbreaks Fly, Mosquito and other insect control, pasture/grass applications, and Many More!
Sweet Corn, Tomatoes, Cabbage, Onions, Cucumbers, Strawberries, Peppers, Melons, , Cranberries, Raspberries, Wild Blueberries, Edible Beans, Pumpkins, Gourds are a few crops that benefit from the AmeriBest Mist Sprayer application for fungicides and insecticides. 1-2 gallons per acre will effectively cover your crop with swath widths of 40 to to 60 feet.
The AmeriBest Mist Sprayer is one of the most efficient ways of applying chemicals. All without booms!
AmeriBest Mist Sprayers provide better coverage at a much lower cost than you would incur with other application methods. Many producers/growers have sprayed their crops with an AmeriBest Mist Sprayer. They have reported excellent results at treatment levels 25-30% below conventional spraying methods and in half the time!
Vineyard Spraying Vine crops- melons, cucumbers, pumpkins, , and others, thrive because the AmeriBest Mist Sprayer will deposit spray droplets on the underside of the leaves. This is next to impossible with conventional boom or aerial spraying methods.
The AmeriBest Mist Sprayer provides more uniform coverage. no streaks or missed spots, and you find that you have 100% better control of the chemical and its target area with proper application and bordering. AmeriBest Mist Sprayer's high and low volume mist sprayers create smaller mist size particles in a 0 to 140' air stream that stays low to the ground for the best control and uniform coverage. Over, Under and Around plant foliage.
Powdery mildew is a fungus disease that poses a major threat to the success of pumpkin crops. The disease infects the leaves of the pumpkin vines causing white, powdery lesions, which spread and eventually kill the leaves and vine. Severe infections may kill the plants before the fruit mature. The fungus may also infect the stems of the fruit, causing the fruit to rot shortly after harvest. Much of the value of pumpkins lies in their ability to hold well after leaving the field. The loss of a substantial post-harvest life due to powdery mildew infection can severely reduce the profitability of the crop.
Many producers/growers have sprayed their crops with an AmeriBest Mist Sprayer. They have reported excellent results at treatment levels 25-30% below conventional spraying methods and in half the time!
Vine crops like melons, cucumbers, pumpkins, grapes, etc. thrive because the A1 Mist Sprayer will deposit spray droplets on the underside of the leaves. This is next to impossible with conventional boom or aerial spraying methods.
Grapes are one the crops that benefit from the AmeriBest Mist Sprayer application for fungicides and insecticides. 1-2 gallons per acre will effectively cover your crop with swath widths of 40' to 75'.
Foliar Feeding - Foliar feeding is used when insufficient fertilizer was used before planting, when a quick growth response is wanted, when micronutrients (such as iron or zinc) are locked into the soil, or when the soil is too cold for the plants to use the fertilizer applied to the soil. Foliar-applied nutrients are absorbed and used by the plant quite rapidly. Absorption begins within minutes after application and, with most nutrients, it is completed within 1 to 2 days. Foliar nutrition can be a supplement to soil nutrition at a critical time for the plant, but not a substitute since greater amounts of plant material are needed than what can be absorbed through the plant leaf at any given time. At transplanting time, an application of phosphorus spray will help in the establishment of the young plant in cold soils. For perennial plants, early spring growth is usually limited by cold soil, even when the air is warm. Under such conditions, soil microorganisms are not active enough to convert nutrients into forms available for roots to absorb; yet, if the nutrients were available, the plants could utilize them. A nutrient spray to the foliage will provide the needed nutrients immediately, allowing the plants to begin growth.