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Thread: Accuracy of seed depth control.

  1. #31
    Andrew Kerr
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    Re: Accuracy of seed depth control.

    Shows the value of indy suspended coulters i suppose SRB?

  2. #32
    Willscale
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    Re: Accuracy of seed depth control.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elmsted View Post

    As to the assertions made regarding my earlier post I care not a jot.
    I don't care for drunkards much either. But I don't like liars.

    Romania's loss is Britain's gain...

  3. #33
    pylon dodger
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    Re: Accuracy of seed depth control.

    Quote Originally Posted by Seat Right Back View Post
    It was a hybrid , but at least Im not the only one , was begining to feel like the chief muppeteer
    Was hoping you would say a v drill but nevermind.

    Drilled most crops first year same way as tramlines and found better crossing the tramlines at a slight angle. second year drilled most at a slight angle and small patches each side of the tramline (in some fields) are not as good as the rest of the field. Will have to work it out if its seed too deep or too shallow or both.

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