This Vaderstad 2015 machine can operate at row widths from 45 to 76cm and comes with: •a full fertilizer kit with agitator •fertilizer disc coulters •16mm seed sensors •60 shore press wheels •25mm closing wheels •maize and beet discs •disc bout markers •high air intake •Gateway with ISOB...
- VC50 Terminal - twin levelling ram - hydraulic steering with auto self centre - planter element levelling - Flow board with centre furrow opener and hydraulic depth control - Speed hood plates and Stainless Steel Kit-Kat shaper - lights
The planter is a vital implement that is towed behind the tractor, and it carries out the essential task of sowing the crop in the field.Read More
The planter is a vital implement that is towed behind the tractor, and it carries out the essential task of sowing the crop in the field.
While this is a common and simple approach on smaller or older planters, the more modern and larger units resort to technology to achieve the same goal. They will typically utilise GPS systems and the tractor\'s auto-steer functionality.
There are also computer-control systems for planters that can sow seeds in a precise pattern to an accuracy of just two centimetres. Such systems can also remember where they have already planted, so they will not sow the seed when the tractor retraces its steps in order to access areas in an irregular-shaped field.
A standard planter may have a seed bin for each row and also a fertiliser bin on board. Toothed plates are installed in each bin to suit a particular seed type. The technology is mature and fairly sturdy, and a used planter could easily give many years of trouble-free service.