For growers who require an implement capable of handling a large amount of acreage, Great Plains, Salina, Kansas, has released a new air drill cart, the ADC2352. This cart features two, 175-bushel tanks, for a total seeding capacity of 350 bushels. For maximum efficiency, the two tanks can be run simultaneously or independently, allowing producers to accurately meter and apply a wide range of seeds and dry products. The optional auger has been repositioned to the driver’s side for convenience, and its larger capacity means producers will experience shorter loading times. The ADC2352 is also well balanced to fold and unfold with ease. The new ADC2352 gives producers the choice between ground or variable-rate hydraulic drive. The hydraulic drive provides operators access to on-the-go variable-rate seeding; ground drive provides simplicity and ease of operation. With new DrillCommand software that is fully ISO-compatible, operators have full control of drill and blockage functions with a simple, yet modern terminal. These simplified electronic components are centrally located and easily accessible. To prevent compaction and encourage even crop emergence, the ADC2352 is equipped with larger tire options. With new features and innovative technology, the ADC2352 will be a profitable solution for those producers who maintain a large amount of acreage. For more information, see a dealer or visit www.GreatPlainsAg.com.
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