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PFR Report: Update on Corn – Closing Wheel Study – FurrowForce

Published on Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Is using the fully automated FurrowForce setting better than using a manual downforce setting on a planter?

Join Clayton Stufflebeam, Central Illinois Practical Farm Research (PFR) Location Lead, as he previews a new for 2020 PFR study – closing wheel study – FurrowForce.

Four different treatments were tested in this trial: 0 lb. manual downforce, 60 lb. manual downforce, 120 lb. manual downforce, and fully automated FurrowForce. Watch to uncover insights on the 24-hour emergence data and other agronomic observations on this new FurrowForce study!

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