Horticulture & Fruit
A wide selection of sprayers for weed control and foliar applications are available form Micron. From the hand held 'Herbi' to the tractor/ATV mounted 'Enviromist' range of shrouded spray applicators.
A hand-held controlled dose applicator for precise spot application of spray liquids.
An electrically operated controlled dose applicator for the professional user.
A mains electric or battery-powered air-assisted CDA sprayer for low and ultra-low volume application of insecticides and fungicides.
A hand-held CDA sprayer for the low volume application of herbicides. The Herbi applies large droplets to minimise any risk of spray drift or operator exposure.
Herbidome 350 is a shielded CDA sprayer for weed control, suitable for use in a wide range of weed control situations including fruit, orchards and forestry. A rotary atomiser is mounted under a flexible circular shield which rotates freely resulting in efficient weed control and significant labour savings.
A hand-held CDA sprayer for the low volume application of herbicides in narrow bands. The Herbiflex 4 applies large droplets to minimise any risk of spray drift or operator exposure.
A metered dose injection applicator for eliminating invasive weeds such Japanese Knotweed, Giant Hogweed and Horsetail.
A good quality, general purpose, lever-operated knapsack sprayer suitable for a wide range of agricultural and horticultural uses.
A versatile modular hand-held CDA sprayer system, consisting of a common Microfit handle which can be combined with the Herbi, Herbiflex or Herbi Twin spray lances to achieve different spray widths.
Micron AU8000 Sprayer
A knapsack mistblower with CDA rotary atomiser attachment for professional users in agriculture, migrant pest control and public health applications.
A versatile mistblower attachment for low and ultra-low volume pest control.
A hand-held weed wiper for application of systemic herbicides.
A hand-held CDA sprayer for very low volume (VLV) and ultra-low volume (ULV) application of insecticides and fungicides, using the wind to carry spray away from the operator for maximum safety in use.