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  •   1. Assemble the plastic garden sprayer

      First, assemble the plastic garden sprayer according to the instructions included with the device. If the plastic garden sprayer has already been assembled, you may not need to do this.

      When assembling, carefully check the components of the sprayer-this is to check the integrity of the parts. If there is any damage or looseness, do not assemble the sprayer, but contact the manufacturer for replacement.

      After assembly, check that all parts are firm and secure-do not loosen any parts.

      2. Choose the right nozzle for the job

      Make sure to choose the correct nozzle for the job and the level of plant contamination. If you don’t know, the nozzle will determine:

      How many sprays were applied to the area?

      The coverage of the spray on the surface of the plant.

      The spray droplets tend to deviate from the target.

      The purpose of the nozzle is to separate the liquid into tiny droplets. The structure of the nozzle determines the size of the droplets, which in turn determines the factors listed above. Generally, the recommended sprayer nozzle type is indicated on the spray package.

      3. Calibrate the backpack sprayer

      After installing the correct nozzle on the backpack sprayer, you need to calibrate it.

      The following three variables will affect the calibration of the sprayer:

      The selected nozzle.

      Sprayer pressure.

      Your walking speed.

      The purpose of calibration is to make crops receive only enough spray-too ​​much spray will waste the crop and may damage your plants, while too little spray will not stop pests.

      There are two ways to calibrate the backpack sprayer-the belt method and the point method. They are used for belt and spot spray applications respectively.

      4. Fill the sprayer with the solution

      After knowing how many ounces of pesticide is needed per gallon of water, prepare the solution and fill the backpack. Make sure to pour the liquid slowly to prevent overflow.

      5. Put on the plastic garden sprayer

      Put the plastic garden sprayer on your back and adjust the shoulder straps to make sure the agricultural mist sprayer fits snugly. Don't forget to wear safety equipment, including goggles, chemical-resistant gloves, work clothes, and gas masks, and chemical-resistant clothing if necessary.

      6. Spray pesticides on crops

      The last is spraying time.

      First, pump the handle 10-15 times and test the sprayer. Then, pull the trigger to spray the pesticide to the desired area to ensure even coverage. Pump the handle every 5 seconds or so to ensure a constant pressure inside the sprayer.