John Deere hill drop cottonseed disk reduces seed expenses

March 2004
Southeast Farm Press;3/3/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p28
Trade Publication
Reports on reduction of seed expenses with the development of a new John Deere hill drop cottonseed disk. Optimum planting accuracy and decreased seed input costs by reducing the amount of seeds planted per hill; Designing of the disk exclusively for the John Deere vacuum meter planters enabling the producers to place two seeds per hill instead of four; Availability of disks at any John Deere dealership.


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