Give your plants more breathing room AND increase plant populations without changing cropping practices. Case IH Twin-Row planters allow you to stagger seed in two rows, eight inches apart, on 30-, 36-, 38- or 40-inch centers without having to make modifications to existing harvesting or spraying equipment. For example, a corn head set for 30-, 36-, 38- or 40-inch rows can harvest twin rows at the same time.
If you use twin-row planting, what results have you seen and would you recommend it to other growers? If you are not currently using this method, are you considering it for the future and why?
This increasingly popular placement better utilizes an acre of land by providing plants with unrestricted root growth and access to sunlight, moisture and nutrients. This is not just for those who want more bushels of corn per acre or higher tonnage corn silage – it can be used with other row crops, such as soybeans, cotton, milo and sunflowers for improved standability.
See what the new Twin-Row planter has to offer in this video as Bill Hoeg, Case IH Planters Marketing Manager, points out features to help you increase plant populations and unlock potential yield advantages.