While it’s tempting to put away the planter once the seeds are in the ground, we know you’re already planning for next year’s crop. Before putting planters and seeders in storage, make sure your tools are operating at peak performance for next year’s season by scheduling a post-planting inspection now. Here are five tips to help you prepare for next season’s planting:
- Plan Ahead for Success
Planting season can be a narrow window. It can take time to source the right parts, cutting into your time in the field. The quicker your dealer knows what you need, the more time your dealer has to help you. By scheduling your planter inspection now, you set yourself up for success next season — before this year’s crop is even harvested.
- Learn From This Season
With planting season just wrapping up, the hurdles and difficulties you’ve encountered and managed are still top of mind. While it’s all still fresh, take note of key learnings from the recent planting season to plan ahead for similar challenges you might experience next year.
- Get Repairs You Can Trust
Your planter and its components cover a lot of acres throughout the season. Make sure any repairs you invest in are made to last. Your local Case IH dealer gives you access to expert-level, factory-trained technicians, giving you peace of mind for repairs or replacements.
- Invest in Upgrades With Your Local Case IH Dealer
Boost next year’s crop yield potential with performance- and efficiency-optimizing upgrades. Because the latest planting and seeding technology is designed to match some field conditions better than others, talk with your local Case IH dealer to determine which upgrades are best for your operation.
- Don’t Miss Your Warranty’s Window
You have a 12-month warranty on dealer-installed parts. Avoid out-of-pocket repairs next year by having your post-planting season inspection done now while the parts are still under warranty. That means you can prepare for next year while saving funds in the present.
For more information on scheduling a post-planting season inspection and available upgrades, contact your local Case IH dealer.