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Orchard

Apples hanging on a tree in an orchard

At BA Pumps & Sprayers we are dedicated to helping orchard owners and operators maximise the productivity and efficiency of their operations.

One of the most critical components of any successful orchard is effective pest and disease management. Orchard owners must take proactive measures to protect their trees and crops from harmful pests and diseases that can significantly reduce yields and damage fruit quality.

One of the most effective ways to protect your orchard is through the use of spraying equipment. This equipment allows orchard owners to apply pesticides and other chemical treatments to their crops quickly and efficiently, ensuring that the entire orchard is adequately protected.

We offer a wide range of spraying equipment designed specifically for use in orchards. Our equipment is designed to be easy to use and maintain, and we offer a range of different options to suit the unique needs and requirements of each individual orchard.  Take a look at our range below:

Hort pack spraying in an orchard

Applications

Spot Spraying
Spot spraying refers to the targeted application of pesticides, herbicides, or fertilisers to specific areas within a larger field or pasture. This method is typically used to control weeds, pests, or diseases that are localised in a specific area, rather than applying chemicals to the entire field or pasture.
Horticulture
Control pests and diseases, promote growth, and improve the overall health and appearance of your plants using a hand-held or backpack sprayer, or through the use of larger mechanical sprayers, such as those mounted on ATVs or tractors.
Orchard Spraying
Orchard spraying refers to the application of pesticides and other chemicals to fruit trees in order to protect them from pests and diseases. This can be done by hand or using specialised equipment such as a mounted or trailed sprayer. Proper timing and technique are important to ensure the safety of the fruit and to minimise the amount of chemical residue left on the fruit.