a mass of small drops of liquid spread onto plants and crops, etc.
from a special piece of equipment, or the piece of equipment itself:
Farmers use a lot of chemical sprays on crops. Fewer examples.
She could feel the spray from the water on her skin.
Lower Cost – Electric sprayers are generally simpler, have fewer parts,
and are much cheaper than gas-powered sprayers. Typically, the pump
and motor are one unit, which is cheaper (compared to gas power) and
requires no extra assembly, saving labor and assembly costs.
The major components of a sprayer are tank, pump, agitator, flow control,
and nozzles. Sprayer tank, wand, pump and gauge. Use synthetic rubber or
plastic hoses that have a burst strength greater than peak operating pressures,
resist oil and solvents present in pesticides, and are weather resistant.
A hand-operated agricultural sprayer is a manual hand-compression sprayer
that consists of a tank for holding a liquid insecticide formulation,
which can be pressurized by means of a hand pump attached.
The compressed air forces the liquid from the tank via a hose with a cut-off valve, a lance and a nozzle.