Horsch is bringing a model from the newly-launched range of entry-level Leeb LT trailed sprayers to the Cereals Event next week. Aimed at farmers who do not need the larger capacity Leeb GS machines, the LT line-up includes the LT4 (4,000-lit) and LT5 (5,000-lit), with plastic tanks, boom widths from 18m to 42m, a 500-litre fresh water tank and an in-house developed ISOBUS operating concept. All models also feature BoomControl, which the company claims keeps the boom stable even when driving fast on uneven terrain. Three specification levels are available with the entry-level ECO model equipped with a piston diaphragm pump with manual operated valves for suction and pressure side. Above this is the CCS model, which features the automatic internal Continuous Cleaning System, while the CCS Pro model is equipped with an electronic system at the suction and pressure side similar to the premium equipment level of the Leeb GS sprayers. The LT is equipped with load-sensing hydraulics, provides a ground clearance is 85cm, and comes as standard with a hydraulic support for a parking leg. The optional steering axle uses its own gyroscope eliminating the need for cable or mechanical connection to the tractor. Only the hydraulic system, road lights and ISOBUS plug is required.