A well maintained, calibrated sprayer is a key component when following ‘Best Practice’ use of pesticides in amenity horticulture. Most operators appreciate that regular sprayer checks ensure pesticide products are applied efficiently which results in both cost savings and protection of the environment.
These Guidance Notes are designed to assist users, managers and operators to ensure that equipment is wholly satisfactory for the job.
- Legislation requirements for spraying equipment
- What equipment should be checked and when?
- Who should check?
- What training is required?
- How and what to record
- What additional information is available?
This website will address these matters in detail.
Guidance 'Check Your Sprayer'. It makes complete sense to ensure that equipment consistently delivers the correct amount of ﬂuid and I'm sure the Forum's MOT-type initiative will receive industry-support.”
Carrington Training Ground
All England Lawn Tennis Club