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Yield loss to poor singulation is one of the biggest profit drains in corn production. Unlike the weather, you can control it!

The charts below are very typical. I have seen very similar results year after year.

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Here are some ways you can improve your singulation:

  • Plant the correct speed for your planter (document so you know, every planter is different)
  • Use electric or hydraulic drives
  • Check all chains and bearings to remove vibration
  • Plant on smooth ground
  • Use swath control so your planter is at proper speed and planting depth when it starts planting
  • Use downforce (hydraulic preferred)
  • Use the proper seed size for your planter
  • Be sure your seed is sized right and consistent in the bag
  • Use talc when needed
  • Use a seed monitor that displays and records your singulation in real time!

 

 

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Highlights:

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