Edger with One Roller (Choose 4", 6", 12" or 18") - Apply Herbicides Safely Between Rows
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Rolling Edger helps you to apply Herbicides safely between your rows!
- One Roller is included! (Choose 4", 6", 12"or 18") * Order Additional or Replacement Rollers here.
- HOLDS 5 QUARTS OF WATER
- Safely Apply Herbicides
- Wind is no longer a deterrent to getting your applications done!
- These were developed by growers in the windy mid-west
- Easily swap out the other size rollers 4", 6", 12", 18" ! Use one around your blueberries and a wider one in between vegetable rows.
- Made in the USA~
FAQ's About this Product:
1. Will Roundup work in them?
Roundup works great in all of the models. The zero drifting you get with DANVILLE will apply Roundup exactly where the roller has been – nowhere else.
2. How long will the roller last?
A college university reported well over 900 acres with a DEX 72 Model before a replacement roller was needed.
3. What happens if I roll over a dirt area with it? Won’t the roller get covered with dirt?
The roller can be completely covered with dirt, and as soon as you get back on the grass, the water from the manifolds shooting onto the roller removes mud and debris from the roller very quickly so dirt is not a problem.
4. How many square feet will the DANVILLE cover before refilling?
All units apply one gallon of chemical to 1,000 sq. ft. This is just at an average walking speed, which is 2.5 miles per hour. If you travel 5 mph, just double the amount of chemical. This gives you place to start calibrating the amount of chemical that you need to use for your particular application.
5. Can I take the roller off if I have a lot of debris to go over, such as tree wind breaks?
Yes, and you will still get an excellent application. Try it!
Author: Bailey Westbrook
Do not waste your time or money. I intended to use it for commercial strawberry row middles and found it very ineffective. Despite wetting the roller prior to applying herbicide and following proper instructions, I didn't feel as though the roller was adequately applying the product. And sure enough it didn't kill the ryegrass in areas where the Edger was used. By the end of the row the tank would be empty and the roller would be bone dry. It's difficult to control the flow of herbicide to feel like you're getting proper coverage, but not wasting the product and having to re-fill the tank constantly. In addition to not properly working, it was poorly designed and very flimsy. Some of the screw holes in the metal plates were not completely punched out, but thankfully we had the tools to correct this. As a 22 year old in her first year of full time farming and limited budget, I'm very disappointed I wasted my money on this product.