I might have got the wrong end of the stick but I think you only need the pa8 if you don’t have pa1&2, so if your guys are both doing the spraying I’m guessing they both have pa1&2 so they are fine, as someone has said, it only applies if it’s a mixed bowser, if just water and chemical in locker...
My spladings speader has passed its tray test 7 out of the last 10 at 24m with Lynx H, only reason for the 3 unsuccessful years was wind, far to windy of test day, it needs to be still for 24m, if I can’t wait for a still day I go at 12m. 24m is at 3000rpm on the disc.
I buckled and got the wife a set this xmas, Bose 35s II, £219 at curry’s, I’m told they are better than she had hoped for, so just over your budget but sound like they are worth it, judging by some other comments too.
It’s a bit of a lottery but myself and my neighbour got one each off eBay, need to keep yours eyes on it obviously as they come and go. He did the double screen thing, I wanted one for a bolt on steering system, his wasn’t without it’s complications sadly
We use bales too, but we’re undercover too so the bales are well looked after, use plastic top and side sheet but cut it, I’ve done my time of rolling sheets and then finding rats or something have made a mess of them.
I used to plough our covers year on year, the problem was always there, I’ve been strip till for a few years and it hasn’t improved or got worse, only places I’ve got rid of it are where I’ve moved the covers, not ideal at all but cleaned one up for a few years and one other is still clean...
I put oats through my krm this autumn, it was all a bit of a rush job with a promise of rain (it never came!!) didn’t test it and just assumed it wouldn’t do 24 and set off at 12m, it came up nice and even once it eventually rained.
Not sure about recommending one but this one has been nothing but trouble, have to disconnect from battery every now and then as it freezes, more often than not it get stuck on a station name in dab, it changes the station but the names the same, very annoying!