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JD105404T
Posted 10/12/2021 19:00 (#9265550)
Subject: Mixing Fertilizer And Seed Wheat Question


Hey Guys, I know last night Clay Farmer talked about mixing Fertilizer and seed wheat together. I would like to try this on 160 acres. Our Coop of course has a Fertilizer Blender. We have a 30ft set of John Deere 455 Box Drills on 6 inch spacing. If I ask the Co-op to blend the fertilizer and seed, do you guys think they will know how to blend it so I can plant 120 pounds an acre with seed and 30 pounds of Actual Phosphorus and 6 pounds of actual Nitrogen? Also do you guys know where I would need to set these Grain Drills to achieve 120 pounds of seed an acre and also achieve 30 pounds of Actual Phosphorus and 6 pounds of actual Nitrogen? Right now I know when we are applying 30 pounds of actual Phosphorus through the Airseeder and 6 pounds of actual Nitrogen, I have the airseeder set for 58 pounds of product and that is giving us 6 pounds of actual Nitrogen and 30 pounds of actual Phosphorus per acre. I would like to use this same blend and blend it with the Seed wheat, but I would need to know where to set the Grain Drill. I am also talking about just using dry Fertilizer.
Thank you,
JD105404T

Edited by JD105404T 10/12/2021 19:03
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