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COVID-19 hit and all the live auctions scheduled for March got pushed back to online sales in April.
The start of another wet planting season has farmers pushing planting limits. Doing so not only increases compaction but can also cause yield losses.
Field research confirms that yields are higher and water consumption is lower for irrigated soybeans in 15-inch rows.
Sitting atop used tenders is a mass of new old units on dealer lots.
There aren’t as many used planters in inventory as there were two years ago.
Take the time at the start of planting to tweak your planter’s operating adjustments for even emergence, even stand, and optimal yields.