Hi, I bought a BR 740 several years ago. It had a Harvestec system on it from a dealer. Farm Dealer supplied a new console for the Harvestec in the cab. Anyways the Harvestec was a piece of $h!t. It would only turn on about 1 time out of 5. Some days it wouldn't turn on at all. Next day it might work. Harvestec blamed problem on connections. I being in the electronic business, soldered all the connections except the one into the console. No major improvement. so I scrapped that piece of junk. (HAMMER)
I still have the pumps, and I built a speed control box. I now have a New Holland cab mounted moisture display. I also use a foot switch to shut off pump when not needed. Last year we used Haysaver, salesman told us we could dilute it to work with nozzles he supplied. I just bought a mini drum of CropSaver to try, not sure if the nozzles I have, 800015 will work at 4 lbs per ton. My math tells me 8 lbs per ton is about as low as I can get it.
Another reason, too fine a mist and the wind blowing, you lose some of the spray. SO my question is , any reason I can't dilute the CropSaver 50% with distilled water?