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05-02-2020 21:04:39

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52nd year planting corn is done. Also a picture of my JI Case TC-68 planter that was my first 30" planter in about 79. Had a wide row Case 434 before it and a 400 Cyclo for about 20 years. This 800 CIH cyclo planter is a big upgrade from the 400.

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jon f mn

05-04-2020 04:01:32

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 Re: Corn planting done... in reply to casecollectorsc, 05-02-2020 21:04:39  
I've got a few acres left. Got over an inch of rain that slowed things some. Looks good this week tho. That 8 row case is really something and would be fun to have.

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John Saeli

05-03-2020 09:30:40

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 Re: Corn planting done... in reply to casecollectorsc, 05-02-2020 21:04:39  
Very wet here, no corn planted anywhere. The best planter is sitting in the grass. To this day, there isn't another planter that has as good a seed to moist coil contact as the K160 unit. Seed is always in the very bottom of the "V" trench, not covered w/ dry dirt.

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05-03-2020 05:34:33

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 Re: Corn planting done... in reply to casecollectorsc, 05-02-2020 21:04:39  
Corn is up and most beans planted in Central Iowa. Getting very dry. Dust and dirt blows across the fields when they were being worked.

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Gene Dotson

05-03-2020 04:47:30

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 Re: Corn planting done... in reply to casecollectorsc, 05-02-2020 21:04:39  
Still waiting for a dry spell here in west central Ohio. Haven't seen a corn planter in my area. Rain every other day.


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05-03-2020 05:24:24

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 Re: Corn planting done... in reply to Gene Dotson, 05-03-2020 04:47:30  
That's the way it was last year here in E SD. About normal this year...even on the dry side. Could use an inch of rain once the beans are in. Haven't had only a few tenths all spring for rain.

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05-03-2020 10:10:56

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 Re: Corn planting done... in reply to casecollectorsc, 05-03-2020 05:24:24  
And we didn't our usual April snow storm in out part of SE SD, either! We have a lot of sub-soil moisture in our part of the world, though. Sloughs are all full but beginning to go down.

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