How to calibrate your AD230

How to calibrate your AD230

Correct calibration of your seed drill will improve metering and result in more cost-efficient sowing. There are four steps for calibrating your AD230 seed drill. Note that these steps are only for the main boxes. For help calibrating your small seeds box, owners can refer to the AD230  

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What is No-Till Farming?

What is No-Till Farming?

The History  Minimum and no-till farming has been promoted in Australia since the 1970s as tillage practices to improve crop productivity and soil conservation. No-till farming is a practice that looks after the soil to assist with improving the resilience and productivity of Australian  

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How to kill weeds and grasses before starting no till farming

How to kill weeds and grasses before starting no till farming

Weed management prior to emergence No till farming is a welcome practice for Australia’s dry soils. Agrowplow direct drilling is ideal to establish a new crop or pasture with nominal soil disruption.   

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How to perform a manual bleed on the #9 Hydraulic Shank

How to perform a manual bleed on the #9 Hydraulic Shank

Prevent premature wear and ensure correct shank breakout by purging air from your hydraulic system  

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How to perform the clutch update on an AD230

How to perform the clutch update on an AD230

Updating the clutch to a spring-tensioned model to decrease wear and fault potential.  

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Deep ripping in sandy soils

Deep ripping in sandy soils

Why turn to deep ripping? "Subsurface compaction is a widespread constraint in WA cropping areas. Estimates suggest that 14 million of 18.8 million hectares of agricultural land have a moderate to high risk of subsoil compaction.” (DAGF, 2015) Farmers in Western Australia are now turning to deep  

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