A hand-operated agriculture sprayer is a manual spraying device used for applying liquids such as pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, or water-based solutions in agricultural activities. It is designed to be operated by hand, allowing for precise and controlled application. The sprayer consists of a tank that holds the liquid, a pump mechanism, a spray wand or nozzle, and adjustable straps for easy carrying. To use the sprayer, the operator pumps the handle or lever to pressurize the tank, creating a continuous flow of liquid through the wand or nozzle. This enables targeted spraying onto crops, plants, or specific areas in the field. Hand-operated sprayers are lightweight, portable, and easy to maneuver, making them suitable for smaller-scale agricultural operations or spot treatments. They offer flexibility and convenience, allowing farmers and gardeners to apply liquid solutions accurately and efficiently. Additionally, hand-operated sprayers are often cost-effective and require minimal maintenance. Overall, they are a practical tool for agricultural activities that require manual control and precision in liquid application.