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Self-propelled sprayers

Speed up spraying with the new line of intelligent application, self-propelled sprayers from John Deere. The new 30 series, which includes the 4730, 4830 and 4930 models, features precision guidance, mapping and variable-rate software.

The 4730 sprayer is rated at 245 hp and is equipped with an 800-gal. tank, 100-ft. boom and an improved front-entry cab with operator-friendly controls. It retails for $222,133. The mid-sized 4830 sprayer features a PowerTech Plus 275-hp engine, 1,000-gal. tank and 100-ft. boom. A GreenStar 2 monitor with precision guidance mapping and variable-rate software is installed in the cab. Boom Trac Pro automatic boom leveling is an option. The 4830 sprayer retails for $247,413.

At the top of the line, the 4930 sprayer is powered by a 325-hp engine and is equipped with a 1,200-gal. tank and a 120-ft. boom. A 300-cu.-ft. dry box may be added to handle 10 tons of fertilizer. A SpreadStar Controller controls the application from the cab. The basic 4930 sprayer retails for $297,243.

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