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YETTER PLANTING EQUIPMENT 9010 TrackTill

OVERVIEW
The 9010 TrackTill is the only product specifically designed to eliminate the pinch-row effectcompaction caused by planter and tractor wheels that can greatly reduce yields. The TrackTill increases yields, leading to profitability. Research conducted by Iowa State University has shown an 8.12 bushel increase in the center rows and a 6.5% increase in corn plant height when the TrackTill is used.

Model FM 30 is frame-mounted and fits John Deere DB and most standard-frame planters.

FEATURES
Row width 30
10" ground-driven tines fracture compacted soil tracks from tires or tracks on equipment
Features a fully adjustable hydraulic down pressure system
Attaches directly to the planter frame or with bar kit depending on planter model
Can be installed to be raised and lowered with planter unit or controlled with separate remote
Outside tines can be flipped to widen or narrow tillage area

*Patented

SPECS
Optional 2-gallon air compressor kit
Utilizes 1/4" airline tubing

Similar models may be shown in addition to the featured model. Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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