Population Control, Seed Spacing & Placement Products
Every Seed. Every Time.
- Singulate any seed size or shape
- No adjustments
- Better seed agitation
Consistency over all seed types.
The two charts below show population variation with eSet and the John Deere meter. Even with the vacuum adjusted for each seed type, the John Deere meter shows wide variation over different seeds and speeds. Notice how the eSet population stays constant over a wide variety of speeds and seed sizes/shapes -- all with the same vacuum setting. Compare these results with the Cell Disk. Cell Disk population varies dramatically at different speeds and with different seed sizes and shapes.
Eliminate the guesswork.
The right release for the right spacing.
eSet vs ProMAX
A two year study of side by side trials across the country reinforce the payoff of eSet compared to the Deere ProMAX system. Eleven growers compared eSet to the Deere ProMAX in side by side yield trials. The results showed a 3 bushel per acre advantage for eSet. At a $3.50 corn market that's $10.50 per acre.
2009 (5 locations) 207.7 204.4 3.3 2010 (6 locations) 192.3 189.5 2.8 Average 3.1 bushels/acre
Where the difference is made
A test conducted by the Andersons, Waterloo, Indiana compared eSet to JD Vacuum system. Singulation, spacing and ear count were all monitored for two locations with two types of seed. Here is what they found.
eSet JD Vacuum Skips 1.5 2.13 Doubles .25 .88 Misplaced .54 2.04 Std Deviation 2.11 2.77 Ear Count 28,750 27,437 Yield 220 216 4 bushel advantage for eSet
AirForce® means automatic control.
Excessive down force applied to the row unit during planting can cause root zone compaction. That compaction cuts yields by:
- Reducing germination rates and lowering plant count
- Increasing plant stress reducing ear girth and length
- Stressing plants at pollination during dry years with hot summers
Too little down force means shallow plants.
The 20/20 SeedSense® system teams with 20/20 AirForce to automatically measure and manage down force to make sure you run as light as possible, while maintaining the ground contact that assures uniform seeding depth.