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Re: Somebody please explain land rollers to me

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JD Seller

12-16-2012 16:56:40
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Bob these rollers are not like cultipackers. They are a single large roller that maybe 3 foot in diameter. They maybe forty feet wide. Here is a picture of one companies, Rite way.




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Rich Iowa

12-16-2012 17:34:57
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 Re: Somebody please explain land rollers to me in reply to JD Seller, 12-16-2012 16:56:40  
There are at least two farmers around here that use the rollers in their soybean fields. Can't remember though if they use them before or after planting.



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RayP(MI)

12-16-2012 18:55:07
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 Re: Somebody please explain land rollers to me in reply to Rich Iowa, 12-16-2012 17:34:57  
Brother-in-law has been using for a couple seasons, Bought his own last spring. They roll soybeans just shortly after they come up, apparently seedlings are not damaged, but sis-in-law says not to look back after you"ve rolled. Seedlings apparently pop back in a few days. Says it significantly levels, reduces rock problems, making it much easier to combine.



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RayP(MI)

12-16-2012 19:01:36
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 Re: Somebody please explain land rollers to me in reply to RayP(MI), 12-16-2012 18:55:07  
Brother-in-law is planting on untilled ground - corn stubble, etc. Roller takes care of stubble, and rocks. See my previous post above.



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Bob Bancroft

12-16-2012 17:03:29
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 Re: Somebody please explain land rollers to me in reply to JD Seller, 12-16-2012 16:56:40  
Used to be some rollers around here. And a few old narrow front tractors with the bands on the wheels they tried to smack the heaved alfalfa back down in with. But not much any more. All cultipackers- many 30' wide.



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