The stretch from spring seeding to winter wheat planting isn’t really that long, but a lot can happen over that period. During the time your equipment sits it’s subject to all kinds of weather variations from late spring snowstorms to summer heat waves. Those kind of swings can wreak havoc with your equipment in ways you can’t see at an initial glance. Before you head out to seed your winter wheat you need to take a close look at your drills to make sure you avoid a seeding disaster.
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In this episode of the Wheat School, we run part 2 of our pre-seed inspection series with Trent Beres of Morris Industries. This time, Trent shows us what to look for before we take our seed drills into the field.
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