New Self-Propelled Sprayer

April 04, 2008
Written by Hagie Manufacturing Company
Hagie Manufacturing Company has introduced a high-clearance, self-propelled sprayer, the Hagie GHS, for greenhouses. The unit has an enclosed operator’s cab and a 150-gallon solution tank.
It is also equipped with an electronic spray rate controller, and features zero-turn steering, extendable spray booms and a high-pressure solution pump. The narrow width of the machine makes it capable of being driven between rows and through some doorways. The company is also studying changing it from a wheeled machine to tracks to improve its manoeuvrability.

Hagie is the oldest manufacturer of self-propelled crop sprayers, introducing the world’s first sprayer in 1947 and beginning worldwide sales in 1955.

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