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Additional Info: NOW, with CleanSweep™, you no longer have to hope, but you can manage your row cleaner performance, from the cab, on the go.<br><br>Row Cleaners are a great planter attachment for handling excessive residue during planting. They remove the plant debris and create a uniform seedbed; However, too light of setting leaves residue in the row competing for moisture and nutrients. Too heavy of setting tills and moves soil creating trenches and potentially alter planting depth. Properly set row cleaners and floating row cleaners are ways growers could look to reduce these negative impacts, but conditions can vary greatly from field to field, day to day, even row to row. And, making these adjustments are time consuming. Thus, most growers set for the average and hope for good performance.<br><br>CleanSweep is a dual air cylinder that lets you set and adjust your row cleaners’ down pressure from the cab.<br><br>1. Have heavy residue? Add more pressure to sweep away the debris.<br>2. Have light residue or soft ground? Lighten the pressure and keep the row cleaner floating across the top.<br><br>The cylinders have a control box mounted in the cab. You set the pounds of pressure from your cab based on the condition you are in. Plus, the pressurized cylinder gives the row cleaner the ability to adjust or “float” across the small changes you encounter such as terrain or varying amounts of debris.<br><br>• Martin C125 MTS, MTS-XP, MTS-81, MTS-IH; with or without Martin UMO<br>• Martin C125 MTR, MTR-XP, MTR-81, MTR-IH; with or without Martin UMO<br>• Martin WA1360 BD, BK, BW, BCIH, BDC; with or without Martin UMO<br>• Yetter 2967-007, 2967-029, 2967-035 (short bracket), 2967-035, 2967-042, 2967-043, 2967-115<br>• Kinze row cleaner & no-till coulter combo; welded or cast style<br>
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Additional Info: Better information in. Better information out.<br><br>For measuring population, seed spacing, skips and doubles, you depend on the accuracy of your seed sensors. But optical sensors have four big problems:<br><br>• Dust looks just like seeds<br><br>• Doubles look like singles<br><br>• Dust coats the eyes<br><br>• Sensor mounts in middle of seed tube<br><br>WaveVision Advantages:<br><br>• Uses high frequency radio waves<br><br>• Sensors see 3-dimensional mass, not shapes<br><br>• Can distinguish doubles<br><br>• Sensors see through dust for more accuracy<br><br>• Sensor mounts at bottom of seed tube<br><br>The Only Sensor That Can Tell Seeds From Dust.<br><br>OPTICAL SENSORS ARE EASILY FOOLED. Doubles look like singles and dust looks like seeds. And when sensors are miscounting seeds and counting dust, you have no idea what your actual population is. Confusion reigns. Yield suffers.<br><br>Revolutionary WaveVision doesn’t use optics. This sensor-seed tube combination uses high-frequency waves to look at falling objects from every angle. This allows Wave- Vision to distinguish a single seed from a double or triple, or from dust or debris, because they all register a different mass. It counts only seeds. And, WaveVision counts seeds lower on the seed tube, closer to the trench, which increases accuracy. It means that WaveVision will give you more accurate information than any other sensor on the market.<br><br>When you are planting, we know that you want to be confident that the population that is displayed on your monitor is actually what is being planted. In order to have this confidence, you need to be sure that all the seeds are being counted, and nothing else. But there is a problem; traditional seed sensors can't tell the difference between dust and seed, which can make you very unsettled. You may have experienced it; planting one direction your population is right, but the other direction, it spikes high, making you wonder what is going on. We believe that accurate planting data is someth
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SPENCERVILLE, OH