AgSyngergy Launches 15-inch System

The DR Model applicator is available on narrower row spacings adding to the company's line of high-residue nutrient systems.

Published on: Jul 29, 2013

AgSynergy is building its reputation for applying anhydrous ammonia in heavy residue no-till conditions with little or disturbance at 20-inch and 30-inch toolbar row spacing options, but the company is kicking it up a notch with the new Genesis TRX rwo unt on the DR toolbar with 15-inch row spacing.

AgSyndery DR model toolbars with the narrower spacing is designed for both preplant and sidedress applications for wheat. The minimal, to invisible, disturbance row unit applies anhydrous ammonia with nearly zero negative impact to the standing wheat plats in side-dress applications. And the Genesis TRX row units can handle large amounts of residue from the previous season's crop without plugging or hair pinning. That keeps residues in place to preserve moisture, and control erosion.

CLEAN APPLICATOR: The DR model applicator from AgSynergy slices through residues without hairpinning or disturbing the standing crop (see inset left)
CLEAN APPLICATOR: The DR model applicator from AgSynergy slices through residues without hairpinning or disturbing the standing crop (see inset left)

DR model toolbars can also be set to run on 30-inch spacing simply by turning two valves, the company says. The applicator can run 30-inch spacing off-row for sidedress application or 30-inch spacing off-row for preplant applications - making the applicator three toolbars in one. For more information call 785-336-6333 or visit www.agsynergy.com.

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