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Anybody ever regret going from drill to row planter for beans
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cscolem
Posted 10/18/2020 12:27 (#8551706 - in reply to #8551653)
Subject: RE: Anybody ever regret going from drill to row planter for beans



We run a GP 2020P. If you’re a guy that’s okay with extra maintenance, it’s the drill for you. She’s a heavy girl, especially loaded with seed, but there’s not many drills out there they you can set at 140k by the chart and then your seed monitor shows you’re putting out between 139k-141k. Scary accurate but you have to keep up with it just like a planter. Seed savings pay for the extra expense and then some all while keeping that early canopy

Side note, I’ve even cut off every other third row to plant twin row beans and corn on 30” centers. You would never know it was done with a drill if I hadn’t told you
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