Pro-Til SelectA Single-pass Drill With a Choice of Row Spacing Settings
Not only does a bigger inter-row spacing allow the crops to meet their nutrient demand and produce a stronger root system, it also awards better light interception from the top of the canopy all the way down to the base of the stem. This, in return, results in a healthier, bushier and higher-yielding crop.
The free flow of air movement helps to reduce moisture and control the associated fungal diseases whereas the extra space between the leaves minimises the transfer of disease by contact.
PRO-TIL Select offers a wide choice of coulter fittings which awards users the flexibility to carry out precision seeding, strip tilling and low disturbance direct drilling with just one piece of equipment, making it the ultimate one-pass drill for all combinable crops.
The PRO-TIL Select is available in 3, 4 and 6 metre trailed models.
|Specification||Pro-Til 3T Select||Pro-Til 4T Select||Pro-Til 6T Select|
|Dual Hopper Capacity||3400 l||3400 l||4300 l|
|Row Spacing||33.3cm or 66.6cm||36.3cm or 72.6cm||35.3cm or 70.6cm|
|No. of Coulters||9||11||17|
|Tractor Requirement||180hp +||240hp +||300hp +|
1. Auto reset front tines
2. Variable seed metering unit
3. Two row sowing coulter (150mm spacing)
4. Hydraulically driven fan
5. Seed flow monitors
6. Hydraulic bout marker
7. Adjustable pressure harrow - hydraulically operated
8. Semi-pneumatic seed packer
9. Fully integrated drill management system
10. Independent pressurisedseeding arms coupled with adjustable wheel for very accurate seed depth across the field
11. A choice of seeding widths with the Select series
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What Our Customers Say...
The Pro-Til drill is a brilliant piece of kit and we are very impressed with the way it establishes all of our crops. The small press wheel gives excellent seed to soil contact which is where this machine has the edge over its competitors. The drill is very effective in creating the perfect seedbed in one pass whilst improving the rooting structure under the growing crop. Soil structure and biodiversity have improved over the last few years and there are definitely more worms in the soil profile...
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