Studies show that getting in the field earlier for planting is critical to maximizing soybean yield potential1 — and late-emerging soybeans can be costly, with a potential loss of up to $140/acre.2 That’s why Precision Disk 500 series air drills are agronomically designed with a parallel link row unit to promote earlier, more rapid emergence than competitive air drills.
Precision Disk 500 series air drills let you plant soybeans earlier and into tough no-till seedbeds — so you can seed with accuracy, no matter the conditions, and stay within budget. The new single-rank Precision Disk 500T air drill offers a cost-effective solution for earlier soybean seeding.
Learn more about how Precision Disk 500 series air drills help boost ROI on the Case IH blog.
1. Based on field research from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
2. Based on field research from North Carolina State Extension and North Carolina Soybean Producers Association.