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    Triton direct seed drill

    triton look to be going in well
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    Triton direct seed drill

    i agree with this, i have tried for years with my soil doe's not work with disks triton only direct drill to work my soil just get to solid the more years it is direct drilled i now have well above average organic matter,my tests have gone from low amber to high amber,putting in chopped straw...
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    Triton direct seed drill

    yes it will drill well in September ' I drill both direct and conventional from sept and rape in august right through to spring,
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    Triton direct seed drill

    sand to heavy clay,peat, limestone, silt, one 16 ha field has all,
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    Triton direct seed drill

    50 hp per meter 6 per meter
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    Triton direct seed drill

    only a farmer not a sale's man, he made for his land , then marketed because it was good
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    Triton direct seed drill

    IT is only my opinion not triton's would you give a demo after the way he's called it from the start ( must have something that can travel on the land first to pull it) a tractor that can just lift the drill will pull it on light land,
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    Triton direct seed drill

    I HAVE NO SAY AS ONLY OWNER OF A DRILL, AND NOTHING TO DO WITH TRITON, SENTRY FARMING USE THE DRILL'S AND LIKE THEM
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    Triton direct seed drill

    av: 10 tons ha some time's 13. not this year lost it on the floor. just as it was ready 3 weeks bad weather then wind only av 5 tons ha, last field 3 ha =8 tons when cut it was a green all over with germinated wheat. oats had to be cut 125 mm high so not to put all the green through the combine...
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    Triton direct seed drill

    why you did not get a demo is the way you called the drill in the last 2 years , it is a great heavy land drill and in the wet, it may not be your way of thinking, but it gets crops in the ground and up in all conditions , as long as the tractor pulls it, right tractor for conditions is the key...
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    Triton direct seed drill

    will harrow tines cover seed in the wet
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    Triton direct seed drill

    40% grant, discount and 40% tax saving =£10 per acre, plus getting the crop in last year, this will reduce over the years,depending on length of time, and re-sale value
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    Triton direct seed drill

    I only have 400 acres bought new triton and payed for it's self in two years, set up is key you can set to through soil over seed, or cut slot and side press, this is best dun straight in to stubble, the looser the soil the more movement of soil you get. i pull 3 mt with 150 case puma in my...
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    Triton direct seed drill

    my drilling rig
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    Triton direct seed drill

    vid 20191028-09...3gp hope i have attached video direct drilling very wet stubble
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    Triton direct seed drill

    posted a lot videos on twitter last year as my phone will not transfer to this site, finished drilling this year cleared my phone of them to free space up
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    Triton direct seed drill

    if you field won't support a tractor then how do you pull the drill, soil must support the tractor, no good if tractor sinks. i drilled up by 30 oct last year with my triton. if tractor sinks the only thing is tracks, i run a 3 meter triton on 150 hp case,big tiers. just keeps 10 k in wet heavy...
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    Triton direct seed drill

    has for cover crops i go through with a topper and leave to wilt for a bit, need big wheels in wet, can cut openers 0ff to seed depth but this defeats the object of drainage slots , I very shallow till to germinate back grass , when drilling the drill dos not mix top soil with lower soil with...
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    Triton direct seed drill

    very good at drilling beans 100mm deep is no problem, accord metering has no trouble metering beans, row spacing can be 150mm -300mm- 450mm or two 150mm with 300mm spacing between two rows, eg two row's sowing one not to let light in
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    Triton direct seed drill

    from last year very little as long as tractor was not sinking in, if tractor stayed on top no damage was dun. i ran big tiers and the low weight of dill with front tank . this year soil was still friable after drilling in the very wet of last year didn't need flat lifting, only on last years...
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