Broadacre cropping throws up some unique challenges for spray equipment – flexibility for use in herbicide and fertiliser application, boom width, machine weight, tank agitation, well-constructed equipment and of course, reliability Australia’s tough conditions.

There have also been some fundamental shifts in farming practices and farm sizes, as well as a deeper understanding of environmental factors such as spray drift and herbicide resistance, all of which play an important role in picking the right spray equipment for your farming operations.

Croplands has extensive technical understanding of these issues, as well as an excellent range of sprayer to meet your needs. From our self-propelled RoGators, through to our Australian designed Pegasus and the Pinto spray trailers, each machine delivers reliable and efficient spray applications.

When purchasing your spray equipment, consider the following factors to ensure you get the results you need:

Tank size & stability

Fertilisers generally have a high specific gravity than pesticides and water, so choose a well constructed and balanced tank that can cope with heavier loads.

Boom width and clearance

Whether you’re covering large areas or hilly terrain, consider the width and clearance of booms.

Equipment durability

Fertilisers and some pesticides can be extremely acidic or alkaline, so ensure machinery has durable powder coating to avoid damage to the framework.

Equipment weight

Are you on heavy soils or want to be out on the paddock quicker after the rain? Look at the weight of the equipment – a lighter trailer such as the Spray Coupe is an ideal choice due its lighter build.


Big isn’t always better. A bigger pump may agitate more, but it really comes down to the pressure coming through your nozzles.

Croplands pumps are not only powerful, but they deliver between 185-250L/minute, through the nozzles at a constant and consistent pressure

Fuel efficiency

Croplands’ self-propelled RoGator delivers excellent fuel efficiency over other models in its class.

Its world renowned Sisu engine delivers the grunt you need to get the job done, all the while keeping fuel usage at a minimum.

Nozzle types

Choosing the correct nozzles types for insecticide, herbicide and fertiliser applications will not only make them more effective, but reduce the potential for spray drift.

As well as stocking a wide range of high quality nozzles, Croplands has the technical knowledge and advice to ensure you’re  getting the most our of your crop protection and fertiliser applications.

Back up service

With an extensive dealer network across the country in key cropping areas, Croplands offers some of the best service in the industry and all equipment is backed with a 12 month warranty.

Croplands dealers are specialised in Croplands spray equipment and are available when you need them.