I'm having problems with my kverneland optima maize drill
One of the optisensors is playing up. I'm hoping it may just need cleaning.
How do I get to the optisensors on the drilling units to clean them?
Kverneland Optima TF Profi 8 Row
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Used Kverenland TF Profi Maize Drill 8 Row Trailed
E Drive HD Units (Disc Coulters with new Discs)
May end up with some this year, what variety stands/combines easily, etc?
Imagine yield percentage is secondary to other factors perhaps, has linseed moved on any in 10yrs since I last had a fairly unsatisfying attempt at it?
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As per the title really. This started elsewhere, so @Chris F thought this was a thread in itself, so here we go.
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I have fear of needles
With the mutation of virus it looks like having vaccine will be regular occurrence , sooner
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also priced the optima which is more money but maybe a better mattress?
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