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Nutrient delivery for all Case IH has bolstered its product line by integrating the root zone banding expertise of DMI into its new lineup of fertilizer placement implements. This lineup features tools that precisely deliver nutrients whether a producer operates in strip-till, pre-plant or side-dress fertilizer application systems.
The new Case IH NTX5310 strip-till system offers minimum-till producers the ideal solution for cold, wet spring conditions by creating a more uniform seedbed that warms faster for earlier planting. By banding in the root zone, the fertilizer can be applied as part of a one-pass treatment that delivers the maximum available nutrients to a plant's roots.
The NTX5310 uses 24 inch coulters to slice through residue and eliminate plugging and bunching. High clearance shanks deliver the holding power needed to operate in the toughest soil conditions, while the strip-till knife tills and raises the soil into a berm. Finally, the Berm Build'r attachment blades and Berm Condition'r baskets shape the berm into the ideal height and shape for an optimum seedbed presentation.
Case IH NPX5300 applicators have the versatility to band nutrients for both pre-plant or side-dress application. Features include an expandable toolbar that increases your application options, a liquid tank option for dual placement of liquid and anhydrous ammonia fertilizers, and reversible spring double disc sealers, which seal and smooth the soil behind the knife. The NPX5300 is available in a variety of row spacing widths and single and double fold sizes, as well as a mounted configuration.
The Case IH NPX2800 applicator is perfectly suited for side-dressing liquid fertilizer efficiently and effectively. Featuring a range in tank capacities of 500, 850 or 1300 gallons, there is a size available to fit any producer's needs. The 1300 gallon version converts from 15 coulters for 16 rows, 30 inch spacing to 11 coulters for 12 rows, 30 inch spacing. The 850 gallon version offers seven, nine and 11 coulter options for eight row or 12 row, 30 inch spacing. All configurations are designed to accommodate row spacings ranging from 30 to 40 inches. Case IH
Double disc is row mounted The new Yetter double disc opener is an ideal method to place fertilizer for both conventional and no-till methods. The opener mounts directly to the faceplate of the planter row unit to streamline the fertilizer distribution process. Fertilizer placement is adjustable for both depth and distance from the row, making it easy to hit the root zone and supply adequate nutrition for healthy plants and better stands.
The double disc fertilizer opener can be equipped with smooth blades or a combination of a notched and a smooth blade depending on individual needs. The opener blade adjacent to the row runs straight and parallel to the row, which can significantly reduce the chance of soil disruption in or near the row. A second blade running at a slight angle contacts the outer edge of the first blade to open the fertilizer trench for pinpoint placement. Opener blades are available in 13.5 inch diameter notched and 12.5 inch diameter smooth variations. The opener even has internal scrapers to prevent soil build-up between opener blades.