Use Your Planter for Planting Cover Crops and Small Grains
Now distributed through S.I. Distributing, these proven SeedRight vacuum seed plates allow growers with John Deere, Precision Planting, and Kinze vacuum meters the flexibility to accurately plant cover crops and small grains.
There are proven significant agronomic advantages to using a planter, compared to a grain drill, including improving emergence, accuracy, and the rate of planting these crops.
Rate Charts by Transmission
Click on the following link SeedRight Seed Plates Rate Charts by Transmission and then click for a drop-down menu of the 66 different SeedRight rate charts!
Each crop has been tested with the SeedRight plates and these charts were created to provide a guide. All charts are printable PDFs. The categories are as follows:
John Deere - Sprocket Transmission
John Deere - Variable Transmission
Kinze BrushType - Kinze Sprocket Transmission
Kinze BrushType - John Deere Sprocket Transmission
Kinze BrushType - Variable Transmission
Kinze EdgeVac - Sprocket Transmission
Kinze EdgeVac - Variable Transmission
Precision Planting - Sprocket Transmission
Precision Planting - Variable Transmission
Precision Planting - Bundle Drop
Surveys / Testimonials
"Using my planter helped with emergence and accuracy."
"Recommend to anybody"
Click on the following link for Frequently Asked Questions Regarding SeedRight
"Drill Not Required" Video