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Re: what if i went to 28 rows ?

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j hikemper

11-16-2012 20:46:11

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my 400 cyclo planter can nandle 6 rows ,and it goes down the road safely in id=== iot traffic , i dont want a wideaz 6 row planter .. i have the units to install ,, but only if i narrow all the rows a few inches ,,the cyclo planter doesa a much better job in any condition plantin beans than the hay buxter drill ..if i double back with 4 rows and split the middles to make 15 inch rows , i am forever and a day planting ,, but i get a much better stand when the weather goes nutty

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Too Far Gone

11-17-2012 18:23:34

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 Re: what if i went to 28 rows ? in reply to j hikemper, 11-16-2012 20:46:11  
Ive been thinking of doing the same splitting rows like that.Can you tell me what tooth sprockets you use on the front and back?Thanks

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j hikemper

11-17-2012 18:42:36

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 Re: what if i went to 28 rows ? in reply to Too Far Gone, 11-17-2012 18:23:34  
only if i look at the chart that you shoulod have under the cover of your cyclo planter //i have a 144,36 and 24 hole seed drum s, ,, i shoot fora live pop of 155k , and i usually seed at a rate of 170k +..i usually seed with a 17 tooth onfront and a 8 or 10 tooth on back..

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Too Far Gone

11-17-2012 23:18:29

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 Re: what if i went to 28 rows ? in reply to j hikemper, 11-17-2012 18:42:36  
Thanks Ol Buddy

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11-17-2012 17:27:57

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 Re: what if i went to 28 rows ? in reply to j hikemper, 11-16-2012 20:46:11  
If the 63 head could be moved into 20" rows I would do it. This year I changed over to 20" rows in beans and corn and will never go back to anything else. We here in SW Ohio had the same hot and dry weather you did and had beans that made 47bpa and corn that made 130bpa adveraged for a dry year wich aint bad. My 8x20 planter is 10" narrower than a 6x30". One piece of advice I can give you is match the corn head and planter togeather, I makes harvesting alot easer. Bandit

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