New Products Mean More Choices For No-Tillers

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Martin Fertilizer Opener


This spring, Martin Industries offers the new Model UMO-100, a unit-mounted, single-disc liquid fertilizer opener that can place fertilizer 1, 2 or 3 inches from the seed row and 3/4 inches above, even with or 3/4 inches below the seeding depth.

The UMO-100 opener features a 14-inch diameter and 5 millimeter thickness with a double-tapered bearing hub. The opener mounts directly to the front of the no-till planter unit and can be used with Martin C125 series row cleaners. It also can be used with Deere 7000 through 1700 series planters, Kinze, White 6000 and 8000 series planters, and with Case IH 800, 900 and 1200 series planters equipped with Martin C125MTE-IH mounting brackets.

The UMO-100 openers sell for $295 each.

For more information, contact Martin Industries, 206 Elk Fork Rd., Elkton, KY 42220; (800) 366-5817;

Krause No-Till Shank System


Krause Corporation introduces a no-till shank system that the company says breaks up compacted soil layers while leaving crop residue and soil nearly undisturbed.

The system includes a narrow 3/4-inch shank, 8-inch shattering wing and tapered shank wear bar. Optional no-till closing wheels are available to close and firm the the shank path. The replaceable point, wing and wear bar are built from tempered ductile iron for superior performance and extended life in rocky soils, Krause says.

The no-till shank system is available in PathFind’r, Spring Reset and Shear bolt versions for all 4830 series in-line rippers.

For more information, contact Krause Corporation, P.O. Box 2707…

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