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New AGCO Row Crop Applicator

AGCO introduces the RoGator C Series self-propelled row crop applicators and all-new LiquidLogic system, delivering innovations needed to meet the needs of today’s crop production industry, professional applicators and farmers.
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Raven Introduces Anhydrous Ammonia Application System

Raven Industries Applied Technology Division introduces the Accuflow Vortex system, an anhydrous ammonia application system that has increased capacity within a single cooler, which maximizes applicator time and creates a smaller footprint on the toolbar.
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Dawn Launches Flexible Fertilizer Applicator

Winter annuals can be competitive in winter no-till grains like wheat and barley, but also at planting time in no-till corn and soybeans. In addition to winter annuals, simple perennials like dandelion are also quite common in many of our no-till fields.
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Five New RoGator Models Introduced

AGCO Application Equipment is introducing five new models of its RoGator high-clearance, post-emergence no-till applicators to the custom application industry and professional growers. The new models feature larger-capacity tanks, greater visibility, easier access to the cab and the convenience of a new front-load liquid system.
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To Minimize Soil Disturbance, Get Rid Of The Shake

Anhydrous application can be accomplished without tearing up no-till fields.
According to Paul Jasa, Extension agricultural engineer at the University of Nebraska, no-tillers can minimize soil disturbance with existing application equipment. The key is setting the machine correctly and having the right coulters and shanks in place to do the job.
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Purchasing A Sprayer: Demystifying The Payback

Because many farmers have relied on custom applicators, justifying a sprayer investment is a new exercise. Here are some considerations, and tools, to help make an informed decision.
Unlike many pieces of farm equipment, a sprayer is not something that Dad or Granddad absolutely had to buy. When spraying became common to cropping operations, there was an opportunity to outsource it to a custom applicator and avoid tying up the capital and adding to the responsibilities of the already over-worked farmer.
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