Is your planting season going to be a muddy one? For many farmers across the United States and Canada this past year was challenging. How muddy? Epic levels in many areas. Ideally, you would have waited for the soil to drain before you began no till planting, but this year, that was not an option.
Check out the no till equipment, products, and after-market add-ons listed that’ll make your no till drills and planters work better in wet conditions.
Our seed bounce flaps for John Deere drills are flexible, which means they don’t gum up with mud like the OEM seed flaps. In addition, their unique shape ensures that more seeds go where they’re supposed to – in the bottom of the seed furrow.
We spent years perfecting a firming wheel that would fit the seed furrow snugly and stay clean. Our DuraLok firming wheels are the best on the market, able to shed not only mud, but also stalks and straw.
Gauge Wheels For No Till Drills And Planters
These PolyFlex gauge wheels combine the best features of pliable rubber and polyurethane, while minimizing the potential issues caused by both materials.
Our wire stiffener add-ons for Keeton seed firmers not only increase the pressure of the Keeton by up to 5 times, but they also help reduce mud build-up.
Thin and durable spiked closing wheels, our Thompson wheels not only grind up sidewalls, but they also help reduce mud accumulation.
This addition to John Deere drills minimizes sidewall compaction in damp soil, reduces hairpinning, and provides uniform pressure for consistent seed furrow depths. If you’d like to learn more about the Uniforce, give us a call at (800) 417-8020, talk to one of our sales reps, and we’ll be happy to send you a free copy of our DVD “No Till Seeding School” (regular value ).
If you have further questions about no till planting in muddy conditions, please call (800) 417-8020, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: All of our no till equipment, add-ons, parts, and after-market products can be shipped anywhere in the U.S., Canada, and the world.