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Standard auto-boom control

BESTWAY IS installing the Swath Manager automatic boom section control system on all its 2008 sprayer models at no additional cost. Bestway developed the Swath Manager in conjunction with TeeJet Technologies. The GPS-guided device shuts off boom sections on a sprayer when it enters a sprayed area and turns on boom sections when it leaves the applied area.

The Swath Manager will control up to six boom sections or 16 sections with an optional cable. It works with other controllers, including TeeJet 800 series spray controllers, Mid-Tech ARC and TASC controllers and Raven SCS series controllers.

Swath Manager is free on 2008 Bestway sprayers. It retails separately for $1,495. Contact Bestway Inc., Dept. FIN, 2021 Iowa St., Hiawatha, KS 66434, 785/742-2949, visit or, or circle 158.

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