Herbicide Spraying


Herbicide spraying can be done in several ways, including aerial spraying, ground spraying, and spot spraying. Aerial spraying involves applying herbicides from an airplane or helicopter, while ground spraying is done using specialized equipment mounted on trucks or backpack sprayers. Spot spraying involves applying herbicides directly to individual plants or patches of vegetation.



Herbicide spraying is the use of chemicals to control or kill unwanted plants, often referred to as weeds.


The purpose of herbicide spraying is to manage vegetation in a specific area, such as forests, or roadsides, and to promote the growth of desired vegetation.