The AccuPro 210 features a 23 hp Kohler engine, full suspension, five-speed transmission, 210-gallon capacity, 15 or 21-foot boom and controller console.

Buffalo Turbine

Buffalo Turbine’s CSM3 mist sprayer uses turbulent air to provide thorough, wide-range coverage. Can be used for a variety of pest control treatments.


The S25SS SPRAY-PRO push sprayer features an all stainless steel chassis and an adjustable spray system. Ideal for pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers.

Forestry Suppliers

The Field King Max 4-gallon-capacity sprayer delivers a continuous 25 PSI spray to effectively distribute weed killers. Features a NoLeak System and built-in lumbar support.

Green Pro Solutions

Green Pro Solutions offers everything needed for compost tea treatments, including brewers, tea sprayers, ingredients and instructions.


The Spreader-Mate turns a broadcast spreader into a sprayer. Features a hand-held spray wand, quick-attach breakaway boom and 9-gallon polyethylene tank.


The Cushman SprayTek DS-175 has a 33.8 hp Suzuki engine, stainless steel centrifugal pump, 175-gallon tank and boom options ranging from 15 to 21 feet.

John Deere

The HD200 and HD300 offer centrifugal or diaphragm pumps, manual or automatic rate controls, and boom options that come standard with an electrohydraulic lift.


The 30-gallon JRCO Zero-Turn Sprayer attaches to a mower with just four clevis pins and has a three-section breakaway boom, spot spray gun and high-capacity Udor diaphragm pump.

LT Rich Products

The Z-Spray sprayer/spreader is available in a range of models to suit any job, from the Junior 36, which fits through 36-inch gates, to the 50-gallon Z-Max.

ProLawn, Inc.

The Shielded Sprayer features flow ball indicators, heavy-duty frame, breakaway side booms, FloJet/TeeJet components, 30-gallon tank and optional hand wand kit.


The Multi Pro 5800 has a Pro Control XP console that delivers instantaneous rate response, six-diaphragm pump, Cleanload Eductor and Fresh Water Rinse System.


TurfEx’s spot sprayers are available with 50 and 100-gallon tanks. All models feature corrosion-resistant polyethylene tank construction, 50-foot hoses and long spray wands.


AerWay products reduce compaction on sports turf, which reduces leg and knee injuries. Maintain playable surfaces all season long with multifunction products.


The Super-Ject features 10 individual rotating tine wheels with 10 tines per wheel and closer centers for a greater number of aeration holes per square foot.


The AccuAire aerator is designed with flex wings to follow ground contours. Three-point hitch and trailer models are available. Slicer blades are optional.

Campey Turf Care

The Imants Shockwave is a linear decompactor designed to revitalize heavy wear areas by relieving soil compaction, improving aeration and removing surface water.

Earth & Turf Products

The linear aerator has a one-pass design and reverse spiral-mounted teeth to aerate a 58-inch swath by cutting grooves in the turf 3 inches deep and approximately .5 inch wide.

First Products

The Universal Aera-vator from First Products has a patented vibrating action using solid tines to relieve compaction without disrupting existing turf.

g2 turftools, Inc.

When the turffloat is used in conjunction with topdressing and aerification, it eliminates low spots and gets rid of cores on any turf, making core harvesting unnecessary.

Graden USA

The Contour Sand Injection unit offers a 20 hp Honda engine, variable-speed hydrostatic drive, 21-inch cutting width and cutting depths from 0 to 1.5 inches.

John Deere

With an 80-inch coring swath, the Aercore 2000 produces holes up to 4 inches deep and can cover 100,066 square feet per hour. Choice of two coring patterns.


The JRCO Hooker Aerator, used for years as a front-mounted attachment for aeration, is now available in a 60-inch, five-head, tow-behind version. Aereates up to 3 inches deep.


Offers a full line of Bayonet venting tines, which are available in two lengths and several mounting diameters suitable for most conventional and deep tine aerators.

LT Rich Products

The Z-Plug aerator by LT Rich is a 40-inch-wide, zero-turn machine that has the capabilities to perform 12 tasks using the six available attachments.

MAC Athletics

Offers an aerator as a MAC Machine attachment or with a three-point hitch. It has .75-inch-by-3-inch core aeration tines with a 5-inch square hole-punching pattern.


Offers heads that turn a triplex greens mower into an aerifier. Use .25-inch coring tines or 3/16-inch solid tines to aerate, ventilate and dethatch greens.


The Carrier is a short, three-wheeled, self-propelled power unit that features a 32 hp engine, rear 540 PTO and hydrostatic drive. Can be fitted with multiple attachments.


The SISIS Multislit is a 1.5-meter-wide, tractor-mounted, deep- slitting aerator for sports field maintenance, offering deep, clean penetration with minimal surface disturbance.

STEC Equipment

The GKB Aerator for synthetic turf is a tool for high-speed decompaction. It lifts infill material, either rubber or sand-based, and leaves it ready for grooming.

Source One OPE

New to Source One’s PLUGR aerator line, a variable speed aerator that allows the operator to control speed and adjust for terrain, field size and productivity.


The Greens Spiker/Seeder overseeds and aerates in one pass. It comes in pull-type and three-point hitch models, with over 1,200 replaceable stainless steel spikes.


The ProCore 864 and 1298 provide smooth operation and precision in a 64-inch swath. Coring head technology from ProCore 648 combined with an improved platform.

TurfTime Equipment

The TM-6000 5-foot Thatch Master comes with flip stands, #60- chain power drive, weight bracket and hook-up options. Choose blade thickness and spacing to suit your needs.

Wiedenmann North America

The TerraSpike GXi 8 HD can be fitted with a variety of solid and coring tines. A hand crank adjusts the depth and angle of entry. Multi-tine holders are available.

Wood Bay Turf Technologies

Manufactures tungsten carbide- tipped replacement verticut blades for all major mowers, including dynaBLADES, which remove grain and Poa annua.

The July issue of SportsField Management will focus on Structures, as well as Artificial Turf and Infill Material.