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Jarmet sprayers

Started by eblade

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    I’m looking to replace our ageing Hardi sprayer. I don’t want want to spend a fortune on something that’s all singing all dancing just a simple basic sprayer. I’m looking at a 800 litre Jarmet sprayer, but I don’t know much about them. Feed back from any owners or users of jarmet sprayers would be helpful eg are they good value for money or are they bag of nails!



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    I think jarmet make sprayers for quantock don’t they ? We have a quantock sprayer. It’s ok for spraying weeds on grassland etc but if you do a lot of spraying I’d buy something better. Booms are a bit flimsy etc.

    I don’t regret buying it. It was cheap and cheerful. Does what it says on the tin though.

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    Now Then,,

    I’d say a Jarmet sprayer fits the description of basic, cheap & cheerful. As ww says, the booms are somewhat light & flimsy. I imagine they might not last too long if you’re spraying loads of rough old ground esp the 12m version.. Galvanised framework is a bonus, wire rope rise & fall too. If you had to make new booms it wouldn’t be the end of the world eh..



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    had one about 3 years 1000 litre 12 meter spray grassland weeds plus about 90 acre barley and wheat does good job for 1500 save paying someone to do it , any other sprayers were soon up at 5000 for something basic, boom clacked once but that was bacause i touched stone gate post, i had to get new pressure gauge it was several weeks coming.

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