by Matt Hagny, consulting agronomist for no-till systems since ‘94.

Many of you know the tribulations of fishing this 1/4” tubing for liquids thru the small hole in the Keeton bracket. It’s awkward, and dark, and tough to see what’s going on even if you have a small LED light. Some farmers have found a much easier method that appears to provide very similar protection for keeping the 1/4” tubing away from the opener blades.

The photos show this improved tube routing. It is important that the tubing be secured or constrained in approximately these locations but not any additional spots, and that the upper tethering to the bracket is kept loose. This is to prevent kinking…continue reading here: Tube-routing-on-Keeton-brackets