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JLC/HFI 2013 Planting "I'll Grow My Own"

Corn planting in Central Iowa. DB120 48 row planter. John Deere 9560RT. Thanks to Ryan and Duane with V2AIR for aerial video ...

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    It's Planting Time Again

    An Iowa farmer works late to get the crop in. A scene viewed all across the Midwest right now.

    Photo by TumblingRun on Flickr

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    Checkwire Spool on Mechanized Corn Planter

    I hope my explanation will make sense. Checkwire: this spool holds some half-mile of hook-linked, segmented wire. First the length of wire was unreeled across a planting field. As the tractor (or team) pulled along...

    Photo by Todd Ehlers on Flickr

  • John Deere Corn Planter

    2 row planter. You can do a lot of planting and not get a lot done compared to some of the new rigs.

    Photo by D. Bjorn, Catchin' Up on Flickr

  • Olson: My, how corn planting has changed!

    04/28/15 ,via Pork Magazine

    This brought back memories of corn planting in earlier years. My first memory of corn planting was of taking mid-morning lunch out to my father who had left shortly after daybreak with a team of horses to plant with a two-row John Deere wire-check planter.

  • Hardys operate farm, seed business, crop insurance on Mont./ND border

    04/30/15 ,via Prairie Star

    Each year during planting, the Hardys check the fields and go through their crop seeding plans. Mark said they may also seed some other crops, depending on field needs, markets, and crop rotation. “This year, we will probably plant corn and maybe

  • Multi-hybrid corn planter trials

    04/10/15 ,via Corn and Soybean Digest

    If multi-cultivar planters gain significant market share in coming years, farmers could see a big shift in the corn hybrids and soybean varieties available to plant in unique field environments, says Jason Webster, Beck's Hybrids research agronomist

  • Farm Bureau provides helpful farming tips to reduce waste residue

    04/30/15 ,via New Hampton Tribune

    To help create a narrow profile for easier insertion into the soil, planters with evenly matched seed opener discs (e.g., John Deere , Kinze, White) should be pinched together along the periphery of the blades at the soil entry point - close enough to

Olson: My, how corn planting has changed! - Pork Magazine

This brought back memories of corn planting in earlier years. My first memory of corn planting was of taking mid-morning lunch out to my father who had left shortly after daybreak with a team of horses to plant with a two-row John Deere wire-check planter. Prior to the early 1950s, weeds in corn were controlled solely by cultivation. In order to kill the most weeds, corn was planted so it could be cultivated in two directions. This was accomplished by planting with a planter that dropped corn seeds, three or four to a hill, in 40-inch rows 40 inches apart. This was done by a wire laid the length of the field with “buttons” every 40 inches apart that tripped a lever on the corn planter so it would drop the seeds. At each end of the field the wire was moved 40 inches and reset on the planter for the next trip across the field. As long as the wire didn’t break, planting went smoothly and the corn could easily be cultivated in two directions. If the wire broke and had to be mended there might be a few hills of corn that did not line up when cross cultivating and would get cultivated out. Source: www.porknetwork.com

Multi-hybrid corn planter trials - Corn and Soybean Digest

If multi-cultivar planters gain significant market share in coming years, farmers could see a big shift in the corn hybrids and soybean varieties available to plant in unique field environments, says Jason Webster, Beck’s Hybrids research agronomist. “It’s not only what you can do with today’s corn hybrids, it’s what kinds of hybrids we might develop for specific soils,” he says. Webster envisions ultra-canopy, flex-ear hybrids for planting on thin-soiled hilltops to shade the ground, lower in-canopy heat and reduce moisture losses. Short, fixed-ear hybrids could become more prevalent for high-population planting on productive soils. “We may have customized hybrids for certain soils that never would have been released in the past,” he says. Fields across the Midwest will begin sporting a new look in 2015 as farmers begin using variable-rate, multi-cultivar planters, which are available commercially for the first time after being field tested in 2014 by Kinze Manufacturing and... But from the air, differences in plant coloration, form and structure between corn hybrids will create. Source: cornandsoybeandigest.com
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  • Ultimate John Deere

    2015. ISBN: 1610605586,9781610605588. 208 pages.
  • John Deere No. 999 corn Planter with enclosed clutch kits and Gears running in oil

    23 pages.
  • System on the farm

    2015.
  • Warman of John Deere Collectibles

    Krause Publications. 2008. ISBN: 9781440221484,1440221480. 256 pages.

    All John Deere collectibles, out of a few rare items, including tin dealer signs for the General collected coffee mugs have been identified, priced and described in this full-color book. Of the thousands of deals in this great guide to "green" its featured items modern dealer signs and displays ...

  • The legacy John Deere

    ISBN: 1610605292,9781610605298.
  • South Dakota farmers getting ready to plant

    04/27/15 ,via AG Week

    On April 17, Tim Engelhart was busy greasing a John Deere corn planter, with a checklist. He runs this machine and a younger brother, Collin, runs another. “The biggest rain we’ve had all spring otherwise has been three-hundredths (of an inch ...

  • Accurate Singulation And Placement = High Profit Yields

    04/30/15 ,via Agriculture

    Here are a few pointers for planting small size corn seed: John Deere CCS Planters with ProMax 40 Flat Disk: Tank pressure for >2000 seeds per pound – 10 in. water Tank pressure for 1200 to 2000 seeds per pound – 12 in. water Standard meter vacuum is ...

  • New multi-hybrid 'smart planters' yield results

    04/23/15 ,via AGRINEWS

    Precision Planting features its vSet Select meter that can be added to Kinze, John Deere or Case IH planters to also ... a grower could recoup the $30,000 cost for a 16-row planter with 400 acres of corn and 400 acres of soybeans. “We have something ...


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