Agri-Inject introduces new chemigation app
click image to zoom In this day and age when there’s an app for everything from games to videos, it’s nice to find something as valuable as the “Apply Yourself” app from Agri-Inject. Designed to take the complication and guesswork out of selecting and calibrating an injection pump, the new Apply Yourself app is appropriate for a wide range of industries, including virtually any agricultural, nursery, turf or green industry market.
“Apply Yourself comes pre-loaded with the complete range of injection pumps available from Agri-Inject,” says Neal Saxton, director of global sales for Agri-Inject. “This allows a grower to easily enter the specific data points for his or her application — including field size, irrigation timing, injected liquid type and rate — and review a ranked list of the best pumps to fit that application. What’s more, the app provides both a photo and the details on each pump on the suggested list.”
Available in versions for both Android and iOS devices, the Apply Yourself app is a free download that works with both metric and English units. It also includes a function that makes pump calibration quick and easy, as well as a timer that features both visual and audio alerts.
To download a free version of the Apply Yourself app, simply visit www.agri-inject.com/app, fill out the form and download the app to your device.
“In a matter of minutes, a producer will have everything he needs to not only eliminate the guesswork involved with selecting the best pump for an application, but to accurately calibrate the pump for the type and amount of liquid being injected,” Saxton concludes. “As we say at Agri-Inject, ‘Irrigation can deliver more than just water’ and we’re here to help producers do just that."
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