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Homemade foam marker

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Charllie in MO

08-12-2014 04:00:05

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Was looking for a good, cheap way to make a herbicide foam marker. Any help will be appreciated.

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08-12-2014 18:44:32

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 Re: Homemade foam marker in reply to Charllie in MO, 08-12-2014 04:00:05  
BUILT one years ago 2 gal gas can each side tire valve pulled in to inflate sump pump line over spout to end 100 lb propane tank for air and a ball valve got to put smalltee valve in to limit air supplie have used over many 100s of acres

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Charllie in MO

08-12-2014 19:29:07

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 Re: Homemade foam marker in reply to lyle1020, 08-12-2014 18:44:32  
Thank you very much, btw about how many psi do you use from the propane tank?

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08-12-2014 06:44:56

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 Re: Homemade foam marker in reply to Charllie in MO, 08-12-2014 04:00:05  
Here is what I read Take a plastic gas container with a pour spout Drill an appropriate size hole for a valve stem from a tubless tire in the bottom. Connect a 12v air compressor such as used for
floats,balls,etc. Slip some sort of hose over the pour spout and
route it to the discharge point.

A personal thought-put a sock like thingee over the end of the spout to make it ball up instead of
If anyone tries this,please let us know

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Charllie in MO

08-12-2014 19:30:27

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 Re: Homemade foam marker in reply to MBOROMAN, 08-12-2014 06:44:56  
Sounds like it should work, thank you very much.

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