Kuhn Spreader settings for Origin 26n 37s?

Fendt516profi

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Livestock Farmer
Location
Yorkshire
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can you download this app
 

Longneck

Member
Weird.. Doesn’t show that one on my App.


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If I choose Ammonium Sulphate from this I get these options..

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And if I choose N fertiliser I get these..


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Maybe they don’t offer the chart for my machine? But they had loads more options last year I seem to remember.
 

JJT

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BASE UK Member
Location
Cumbria
Maybe they don’t offer the chart for my machine? But they had loads more options last year I seem to remember.

Hmm, musn't have the same fert charts for each machine. My screen shot was using a 30.1 not a 1142. Tried with 1142 on my app and got same options as you.
 

Longneck

Member
No, I think it came from AF

It dosen't seem to have any Origin products listed, surely they are a fairly widely used product?
 

Al R

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Livestock Farmer
Location
West Wales
No, I think it came from AF

It dosen't seem to have any Origin products listed, surely they are a fairly widely used product?
Amazon dont do settings for origin either. 1 of the reasons i dont bother buying origin fert anymore.
I know contractors that refused to spread origin N based products because it was so variable and even new machines that would be bang on with YARA/Growhow they would be all over the place with origin. MOP and TSP was always dustier with origin but usually spread ok but the Origin N would look ridiculous on grass and corn.
If it’s 26-37S I’d look for the product with the closest numbers to that (3rd from the top above) and find another product you can find that’s on a 0.91kg/litre weight and use that
 

super4

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Location
Dorset
I get my 26 37 from barts. Give them a ring they have helped me with settings before.
I have a amazone so sorry cant help with settings.
 

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