Some years, we look back and wish we could have planted all our crops within a specific window of time. Typically, that window is from mid- to late- April. According to Beck’s 17-year Indiana Practical Farm Research (PFR)® planting date data, you can gain anywhere from 4% to 28% more yield by planting in late April compared to May or June. On average, for a 175 Bu./A. corn crop, that could mean a 20 to 30 Bu./A. gain just by planting within that early window. What if you could plant 60% more acres per hour? What would that mean for your operation?
Categories: CropTalk, 2019
Tags: Closing Wheels, high speed planting, planting singulation
We get a lot of questions about new planter technologies. What works and what is all hype? In this edition of Beck’s PFR Report, Brady Rogers, PFR Operator, and Brady Rogers, PFR Location Lead in Atlanta, IN, share insights on the latest planter technologies we are putting to the test this spring.
Categories: PFR, PFR Reports
Tags: planting, Farmserver, PFR Report, Closing Wheels, Precision Planting, Precision Farming, planter technologies, high-speed planters
In this PFR Report Jared Chester, Beck's Ohio PFR Location Lead, summarizes and highlights various studies and findings from PFR around closing wheels to help you increase your success in 2019.
Tags: PFR, PFR Report, Closing Wheels
Check out this latest PFR report as Jared Chester joins Paul Schaffert of Schaffert Manufacturing at the National Farm Machinery show.
Tags: Practical Farm Research, PFR, PFR Report, Schaffert Manufacturing, National Farm Machinery Show, Closing Wheels