Planter performance is especially critical in no-till because of high penetration resistance, crop residue at the soil surface and a rough soil surface. Inadequate planter maintenance and setup can result in uneven seed depth and plant spacing, among other issues. But many common and costly planter performance challenges can be prevented with proper maintenance.
Join the editors of No-Till Farmer along with Precision Planting on Tues., March 1 at 10 a.m. for a free webinar, “Planter Maintenance: Get the Most Out of Your Planter by Taking Care of Every Little Detail.”
During this webinar, Precision Planting Product Support Specialists Hans Stutzman will share valuable tips to help you prepare your planter for the new season. Sign up for free to learn…
- Maintenance points you should consider before going to the field.
- Tips and tricks for getting your planter in tip-top shape.
- The direct connection between maintenance and emergence — find out what it is.
About the Speaker
Hans Stutzman has spent the last 10 years working in Product Support at Precision Planting, focused on a wide variety of products. Hans grew up on a farm in central Illinois that his family still operates today, where Hans is still active in helping his family’s farming operations.
What You Should Know About No-Till Planters
For no-tillers, the planter is the most crucial piece of equipment on their farm. This article will take you through the basic components of a no-till planter and provide you with tips for no-till planter maintenance from experienced pros in the industry.
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