After a bit of advice on drilling winter beans with the 750a. We’ve always been on spring beans which have established fine with the JD. however with harsh springs there falling out of favour so spreading our risk by splitting as winters and springs.
Any one had any experience with winters...
We are looking at combines which combine would you say is best option.
Doesn’t seem to be a lot of Money between any of them.
New Holland 8.80 , class 660tt, or the john Deere 670.
We had demos of all three preferred new Holland , however we have great John Deere dealer service and service...
As above trying to work out best option for Spring Bean stubbles covered with blackgrass. I see I have options of
leave and direct drill wheat. Leaving blackgrass seeds on top (getting a bit late)
Leave and direct drill spring barley
Plough and drill spring barley
Drilled our first bit of wheat this evening, on an osr stubble drilled with oats and phacelia cover crop. Drilled at 45 kg/ha , ( the cover crop) good in places but not quite sure how to quantify the success of it right now [emoji57][emoji379].
So what I'm wondering is .... Is it worth pre...
Thought it would be a good idea to get a bit of a thread going regarding new DD's hear about problems they have found with the new system, with this cold, wet spring!!! Have you been able to patient and wait for better conditions? Have some fudged some crops in and regretted they waited for...
On the band wagon and have ordered my new John Deere 750, looking ahead at my drilling schedule I have Spring Beans going in first, on some over wintered chopped straw wheat stubble, have any of you any red hot tips on set up of the drill? Any must nots?
I have had some advice regarding radar on the drill is a must, instead of standard land wheel.
If option of isobus does this consist of radar with the package???
Also are there any other options that you would say are a "must" for the drill. Other than the obvious gutlers.