Break up compacted soil layers while leaving crop residue and topsoil nearly undisturbed with Krause Corporation's new no-till shank system for its 4830 in-line ripper.
The system includes a narrow ¾ in. shank, 8 in. shattering wing and tapered shank wear bar. Optional no-till closing wheels are available to firm and close the shank path. The individually replaceable point, wing and wearbar are constructed of austempered ductile iron for performance in rocky conditions and extended life. The no-till shank system is available in PathFind'r, Spring Reset and Shear bolt versions.
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AutoTrac SF1, a guidance product from John Deere, is a GPS system for those who don't require row-crop accuracy. The broad-acre system uses three components; the StarFire iTC SF1 receiver, the GreenStar display and a mobile processor with an AutoTrac SF1 key card. There is no subscription fee for the StarFire SF1 differential correction signal and the components can be moved to any AutoTrac-ready vehicle. John Deere also offers AutoTrac RTK, which uses satellite and land-based differential correction for sub-inch accuracy.
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The IPM Scope, a digital IPM camera from Spectrum Technologies, can aid in identifying and tracking pest pressures. The scope camera captures and magnifies images or video 40x-140x. These digital images can then be uploaded to a computer via a USB connection and e-mailed to industry partners for quick identification. A LED light illuminates the sample and the included software allows photos to be edited or enhanced by the addition of labels and measurements. Other features include 4 micron resolution, 640×480 pixels, and a 7.5×10/1.8×2.55 mm viewable area.
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