Easy To Attach
Sprayer kits attach to your boom with the provided metal mounting brackets. Easily height adjust and easy removal after you have wiped out your weeds.You can find an installation video on our website. Designed for 1-2" booms (Call us for booms larger than 6" or specify your boom size in your order).
Superior Feeding System
Instead of using a manifold system with a separate pump to power your weed wiper, our sprayer kits are powered by your sprayer! Simply attach your plumbing right into our nozzle adapter and use your on/off switch for your sprayer nozzles to feed your sponges! We even provide extra caps to plug up your Our adapters are compatible with TeeJet and Hypro nozzle bodies!
Bigger Is Better
One of the major benefits of our sprayer kits is you can use anywhere from a 5 ft - 120 ft. kit. There aren't any other weed wipers in the industry that provide the user the opportunity to have less passes in the field. If you are nervous about using a 90 ft. weed wiper, start with something smaller, you can always expand your boom in the future! For larger booms, we highly recommend having auto-boom height adjustment.
*Please Note That There Are Self-Propelled Units That Will Not Work With Our Kits. Example: JD4940 Sprayers. Please Call Us If You Have Any Questions.
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How Does It Work?
Everything You Need to Know About Using This Model
Understanding The Feeding System
Unlike our other models, the sprayer kits use your sprayer pump and feeding system to fill the sponges. The unit will come with adapters for TeeJet and Hypro nozzle bodies with tubing to connect each 30" sponge section to one of your sprayer nozzles. Keep in mind, that since each sponge is fed individually, there is no flow across the boom.
See video above for installation instruction. For operation, start by mixing your preferred chemical solution to attack your resistant weeds. Since you are applying chemical directly onto the taller growing weeds, you can use a variety of chemicals at specific mix rates. For Round up, please follow the labels recommended 33% mix for weed wiper application. For Gramoxone, please use a 50% concentrate. For all other products, please follow the label or consult your field rep.Then, you will fill your tank with your mix over a safe area (Example: cement). Keep in mind that you will use significantly less chemical with a weed wiper.Once your tank is full, run a hose of fresh water over your sponges to get them saturated. After saturating the sponges, we recommend wringing out the sponges to get the excess water out of the system. This process helps ensure that the chemical will evenly distribute across each sponge when you begin to run your pump. Next, while over a safe area, turn on your pump for a few seconds to fill your sponges. The time needed to fill your sponges completely will vary because of size and pump models. However, your initial fill over safe ground will give you a better idea how long you will need to run your pump to fill your sponges. Run the system right up till the point where the sponges begin to drip. Once you have reached that point, simply turn off the solution and head into your field. During application, you can simply turn on your pump for a few seconds to re-fill your sponges on the go. Read the testimonies to hear about just how effective and easy to use our weed wipers are in the field. Give us a call if you have more questions.
What Chemical Should I Use?
Find out what thousands of satisfied customers are using
A lot of people ask us the question, what should I use in my sponge weed wiper? While we are drift free application experts, we are not chemical experts. However, we can share with you the latest trends on what thousands of customers are currently using in our weed wipers. Most chemicals can be used in our weed wipers, however, always check with your chemical expert to discuss the best chemical option for your drift free weed wiping application.
Most Popular Option
It's always best to follow the label for drift free weed wiping applications or consult your field rep. However, most chemicals can be used in our weed wipers. The most common product to use in a wiper is Glyphosate (Round-Up). The manufacturing label recommends a 33% mix rate, however, please follow your label for mix rates . Please note that a good surfactant like Sur-Tec (free sample provided with every weed wiper purchase) can enhance the performance of the chemical of choice. Each kit will come with a free 4 ounce sample of Sur-Tec Herbicide Enhancer/Surfactant. You can order this product online or purchase through your closest weed wiper dealer.
Going After Resistant Weeds?
There are now over 20 varieties of Round-up resistant weeds worldwide. If you have resistant weeds like marestail and pigweed... many of our current customers are using products like Gramoxone and 2-4-D. Gramoxone by Syngenta is labeled for use in cotton, beans and peanuts in most states at a 50% rate. Please use caution when using this chemical and contact your local field rep for specific questions about chemical use. However, many customers are currently using this product to fight off the resistant weeds.
Environmentally Friendly Option
If you are an organic grower and/or need a, "non-chemical" weed control product, there is Natural Vinegar (20%) acidity available to use in our sponge wipers and our handheld applicators. Weed wipers are a great way to be environmentally conscious and avoid potentially harmful chemicals.
*It’s important to remember that the ratio of herbicide to water can vary depending on the weeds to be controlled, the time of year, and the temperature. Contact your chemical field rep or extension service for best herbicide mix and or surfactant for specific weed and crop conditions.