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Diaphragm Pumps Diaphragm pumps are self-priming, and electric-, engine- or PTO-driven. These popular pumps are great for small sprayers, boats and RVs. Diaphragm  pumps are also helpful for specialized chores, like moving water from a pond to a holding tank far away, or to an elevated area. They’re also excellent for produce and tree sprayers. […]

Layflat hose is ideal for agricultural and construction use because it’s flexible and it rolls flat. It offers functionality, easy setup and easy storage. LAYFLAT AWESOMENESS Lay flat hose works great for drip irrigation applications and water discharge applications that are temporary. It’s not to be buried underground. Hose that lays flat can be repaired […]

PTO & Weasler

Need to find the right PTO shaft? To know which PTO driveline you want, first determine if your PTO is North American (also referred to as Domestic), or Metric. Look at the shape of the tubing on your driveline. Is it square, rectangular, or splined? If yes, it is likely a North American PTO driveline. […]

What is the difference between a Weasler E kit and a Weasler R kit? This helpful video will explain:

It’s important for your PTO shaft to be the right size – and this shows you how easily it can be done. If you have to raise your implement to get your PTO shaft on, you could be setting your equipment up for damage. If you need to cut your PTO shaft, it’s not too […]

Need help taking apart your universal joint? See this helpful guide or (for better mobile viewing) follow the link to this handy guide, a pdf which shows, step by step, how to disassemble your Universal Joint Replacement, and then get it back together correctly.

If you prefer a printable version of this guide, please download the PDF document. Download PDF

Sprayers

Here are 10 tips to help you get your sprayer ready for the growing season, and avoid downtime in the fields. The days are long enough without equipment failure! 1. First, give your sprayer a thorough cleaning so that small cracks and leaks can be detected more easily. 2. Fill your sprayer with water and […]

Keeping your sprayer and other equipment in good operational order means routinely inspecting it and following a maintenance plan. You should conduct maintenance checks at end of season, preseason, and mid-season. Winter will soon enough run its course, so the time’s coming for considering what spare parts you might need. Not having the necessary parts […]

PaulB Parts offers tips to get your sprayer ready for cold weather When you’re ready to store your sprayer for the winter, you can’t just move it into the barn or shed and forget it. Winterize your sprayer before temperatures drop and you’ll lessen the risk of downtime when spring arrives. Pressure wash the outside […]

Strainers can keep machines running efficiently and may prolong their performance Strainers can help minimize clogging when you go to spray your fields. Sometimes a buildup of fertilizers or pesticides can cause scaling or loose particles. And wet-able powders can cause clogging. If nozzles, or any part of your spray system, get clogged, you’ll have […]

When choosing which sprayer tip to buy, material matters You can save time and money if you choose the right spray nozzle. The material of that nozzle tip makes a difference. When buying sprayer tips, think about cost, durability, and accuracy. METAL, CERAMIC, OR POLY TIPS Sprayer tips can be made of aluminum, brass, polypropylene, […]

You may be tempted to guess at how much chemical to apply on your land. After all, do you really want to go through the math to figure out exactly how much land you have? That sounds like work- but it’s not really! Quite simply, precision is critical to getting the right amount of your […]

Once you have your nozzles, a critically important step in efficiency and effectiveness in your chemical usage is calibrating your sprayer. Taken in steps it’s not nearly as bad as it may seem. Here’s one method. Basing your calculations on the fact that one ounce equals 1/128th of a gallon, you can calculate each ounce […]

Click here to download this Calibration Formulas PDF. (Download recommended for mobile viewing.)

Click Here to Download this Spray Nozzle User’s Guide PDF.

Click here to download this Nitrogen Calibration Chart pdf.

Agriculture

With winter arriving, you’ll want to get your equipment ready for harsher conditions. Among those: freezing temperatures. Having the right antifreeze can keep your equipment running smoothly through the season, so make sure you have the right type. While you prepare your equipment for winter, it’s a good time to fully inspect it as well. […]

UPDATED: This post about keeping critters off farm equipment was updated to reflect new information. We hope you find it useful! Are you including critter control in your machine maintenance plan? You should be. Rodents can cause thousands of dollars in damage. Not only do they eat your feed and have the potential to transmit […]

Winter annuals used as a cover crop can prevent erosion and inhibit weed growth. Adding legumes to a winter annual can fix atmospheric nitrogen and attract beneficial insects. Traditionally, farmers who plant a winter annual, like wheat or rye, plant in early fall or late summer, once the corn is done. Then, come May or […]

A 2-minute video from “Cover Crop Dave” compares a field of recently planted cover crop with a winter annual crop. Which is easier to manage, and why? Watch the video to find out his opinion.

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