January 10, 2014
Great Plains will present the latest news on a wide range of its agronomic research when it exhibits at LAMMA 2014 (Stand No R13), which we feel bound to remind you is being held at the East of England Showground, Peterborough, on Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd January 2014.
At the event we will display the latest results from our wide range of practical research into soil structure and practical crop production, says David Holmes, UK Sales Director:
“We always aim to provide our customers with more than just a machine, and are currently involved in a range of trials designed to help users make best use of their investment.
“Our work with crops like oilseed rape has included determining the best way to establish the crop in one pass; the role that fertiliser placed in the seedbed can play and the potential of sowing companion crops between the oilseed rape rows.
“This year we are also testing the Great Plains Yield-Pro planter, to see whether sowing oilseeds in the patented Twin-Row arrangement achieves any yield improvements. Latest results from this and other projects will be presented at the event”.