The Morris Razr Disc Drill Features New Opener, Simplified Design

With a focus on ease of use, consistent seed depth and strong seedling emergence, Morris Industries has launched a new product line of disc drills. The Morris Razr disc drill features a new opener

RealAgriculture.com’s Debra Murphy was on-hand prior to Canada’s Farm Progress Show to review the Razr series alongside its air cart counterparts. In this video, Garth Massie, corporate agronomist for Morris Industries, walks us through the basic principles behind the Razr disc drill design, including parallel linkage, walking beams, ease of setting and consistent depth control.

Coverage of Canada’s Farm Progress Show ’13 is brought to you by Syngenta Canada.

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