Sprayers are used throughout the growing season of crops. Farmers use pesticides and fertilizers to help their crops grow and to prevent any pests or diseases. There are a variety of tools that can be used to apply the pesticide to the crop.
The first sprayer design was created by Ray Hagie in 1947. He invented a high-clearance, self-propelled sprayer.
The first high-clearance sprayer was invented in 1947.
By 1960, Ray Hagie expanded to develop the first rear-wheel drive sprayer, which was the first to have a front-mounted spray boom.
This is a rear-wheel drive sprayer with a front-mounted spray boom that was invented in 1960.