Ok, thanks for the advice. You mentioned a pass with the harrow after planting. Would that be to cover the seed? Couldn't you just use chains on the drill? or is there a good reason to make another pass?
Re: Diagnosing lousy stand in reply to oldmanbishop, 08-29-2013 09:46:27
Small grains, legumes, and grass like firm seedbed. We like smooth fields for those crops. The harrow will push a few of the tiny seeds a bit too deep, but it also helps cover,others, and smooths the field well. I find more benefit than bother. A packer works too instead.
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