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Viticulture is a complex and demanding industry. It requires careful attention to detail and a deep understanding of the plants and their environment. One crucial aspect of viticulture is the maintenance of the vines to ensure they produce high-quality grapes, which in turn produce excellent wines.

Vine maintenance involves a range of activities, including pruning, trellising, and canopy management. The proper execution of these tasks ensures that the vines receive enough sunlight, air circulation, and nutrients, which are vital for their growth and fruit development. Efficient vine maintenance is essential for vineyard sustainability and profitability.

Another essential aspect of vineyard management is the control of pests and diseases, which can significantly affect the quality and quantity of grape production. It’s crucial to use the right equipment and treatment, as well as follow proper procedures to manage pests and diseases to ensure the safety of the workers and the environment.

At BA Pumps & Sprayers, we offer a wide range of spraying equipment designed to meet the specific needs of the viticulture industry. We are also the Australasian distributor of Collard vine trimmers, pre-pruners, and defoliators.  Both BA and Collard produce products of the highest quality, which are built to last, ensuring that your vineyard is in excellent condition year-round.

We understand the importance of vineyard management, and our team is always available to provide you with the support and guidance you need. We are committed to delivering the best products and services to our customers, and we are dedicated to helping you achieve a successful crop year on year.

Take a look at our range of products built for the viticulture industry.

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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.