Planting a seed is such a leap of faith: relying on mother nature and the tools we have to place the seeds in the ground,… Read More »Improve your JD drill and your peace of mind
Every pass you make through the field is important and seeding cover crops should be treated with care. Whether it’s a small grain or a 12-way… Read More »Your Cover Crop is a cash crop and should be treated as such.
Since harvest is the last pass over the field before planting, it’s important to think about how to create the ideal seedbed. Not only is… Read More »Successful No-till Planting Starts at Harvest
If you keep missing rains but have planting to finish, I’d like to outline some common mistakes made when it’s hard and dry. Relying on… Read More »Plant in the Dust and the Seeder Won’t Adjust
Inconsistent seed placement is a primary reason why many soybean producers have to up their seeding rate as much as 20%, compared to a planter,… Read More »Can UniForce reduce seeding rates and improve yield?
The first thing to evaluate is the condition of your tires. Does the tire still have a square lip that contacts the opener blade to… Read More »Do I need a different gauge wheel tire and/or tire & rim on my planter or drill?
What are the most important items to repair and/or replace when the budget is tight? While Exapta has a multitude of solutions to completely rebuild and… Read More »Ballin’ on a Budget: What to replace on JD 50/60/90 openers when grain prices are low.
Our customer in Eastern Nebraska shared side-by-side comparisons of Valions and OEM guards on a John Deere XP 24-row and a Kinze 3000-series 16 row. The… Read More »See for yourself: Valion versus OEM Seed Tube Guards