Although it seems unlikely, the Wingssprayer is also highly applicable for spraying trees. As long as the plants are small, and are located on densely planted fields, they can easily be sprayed from above. Trees, bushes, shrubs, yew and boxwood plants, roses, Christmas trees and bedding plants can be easily sprayed full-field on the cultivation field with this spraying equipment.
The Wingssprayer technique makes it possible to reach the bottom of densely leafed crops and high crops with the spraying liquid as well. Because the crops are opened, spraying can be performed directly into the V-opening, a place that first could only be reached with the manual spray gun.
The Wingssprayer spraying technique is far more effective than the traditional method, also in tree, willow and reed cultivation; where moulds often damage the crops at the base of the stem.