Storing Seed Firmers
Out of all the Precision Planting products available the humble Keeton Seed Firmer has the highest ROI, the release last year of the new “Low Stick Firmer” has provided a new tool to growers who have issues with sticky soils. In order to get the best performance out of your seed firmers and to prolong tension it is crucial that firmers should be stored not touching the ground between planting seasons. The planter should be left raised on stands or alternatively remove the tail by simply depressing the tab on the tail and pull down and out of the bracket. Bent, drooping or odd shaped firmers is a sure sign of a fatigued firmer that wouldn’t be performing to full capacity.
The link below will show you the importance of seed firmers and how they can directly help improve your bottom line.