Translation of spreader in Spanish:

spreader

espátula, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsprɛdə//ˈsprɛdər/

noun

  • 1

    (spatula)
    espátula feminine
    aplicador masculine
    • I'm usually quick to pick up weed problems and troubles with a fertilizer spreader quick enough to rescue a field.
    • Most years this system seems to work great since the fields are firmer and can take the traffic of the manure spreader better and I have less competition for my time from other field operations.
    • Keep all guards and safety shields in place on pumps, around pump hoppers, on manure spreaders, tank wagons, power units, etc.
    • Manure can be spread as a solid or semi-solid in a box or flail spreader.
    • This figure doesn't include the cost of a lawn mower, fertilizer spreader, watering equipment or the labor to service the lawn.
    • In the past year alone, the cooperative has purchased an air-flow dry fertilizer spreader, a field sprayer, a fork lift, a skid loader and two pickup trucks - all new.
    • When we put an operator into a sprayer or spreader at the beginning of the season, that's his machine for the rest of the year.
    • A conventional box spreader is used for land application of sheep manure.
    • However, some 6-row combines have 10 tons on the front axle with a full grain tank and tricycle fertilizer spreaders may carry 14 tons on the rear axle.
    • He said the equipment to be demonstrated includes disc harrows, lime spreaders and chisel ploughs among others.
    • It's cheaper to disk my 2000 acres than to buy a straw chopper and chaff spreader for my combine.
    • About six years ago, I was doing all of my manure spreading with an old New Holland 510 box spreader.
    • They mix them with soil and distribute them with a device similar to a fertilizer spreader.
    • A key factor in the design of any liquid-storage structure is provision for agitating the waste prior to irrigating or loading the tank spreader.
    • This systemic aquatic herbicide is easily applied using a cyclone-type spreader.
    • Because the fertilizer doesn't see the light of day from the time it is unloaded until it is loaded onto spreaders or tenders, both dust and spillage are virtually eliminated.
    • They can be effectively applied on clean walkways by using a simple push-type Scott's fertilizer spreader.
    • Some producers are also having success with seeding legumes through dry fertilizer air spreaders, with cultipacking before and after the seed is broadcast.
    • Then, after the fungi have had time to multiply, farmers would apply the colonized soil in manure spreaders along with their compost.
    • To spread compost in the vineyard, Roth recommends a wet-lime spreader, which many growers already have.
  • 2

    (device for spreading seeds etc)
    esparcidor masculine