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Planter Monitor

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Rich.Fl

10-07-2018 08:07:23




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I have an old JD Flex 72 planter I use for planting peanuts. I would like to add a basic seed monitor.

I am not very knowledgeable but have looked around a bit.

Any Suggestions?

Thanks!

Rich




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Rich.Fl

10-08-2018 03:35:11




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 Re: Planter Monitor in reply to Rich.Fl, 10-07-2018 08:07:23  
Thanks Paul!

Good Information:)



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paul

10-07-2018 21:17:23




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 Re: Planter Monitor in reply to Rich.Fl, 10-07-2018 08:07:23  
Here is a thread from 2009 on another ag forum that talks about it some.

It appears your problem will be fitting a seed drop monitor in each seed tube. Half say you canít, the other half say you can make it work.

https://talk.newagtalk.com/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=95019&DisplayType=nested&setCookie=1

As the 71 unit planters are still made today by Yetter, you might need to know how old your units are, they have been in production for over a half a century, started with steel cans, now fiberglass, I bet the seed tube has changed some over the years as well.

Paul

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Rich.Fl

10-07-2018 10:27:32




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 Re: Planter Monitor in reply to Rich.Fl, 10-07-2018 08:07:23  
Made a typing mistake...most will recognize should be "JD Flex 71."



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