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Kinze Launches New Sugarbeet Planter

Kinze Launches New Sugarbeet Planter

Bulk-fill machine covers 24 rows per pass with nearly 100% seed placement accuracy.

Kinze Manufacturing's new 3700 planter features two dozen 22-inch rows and can singulate pelletized sugarbeet seeds with more than 99% accuracy with the Kinze EdgeVac vacuum meter.

The new machine features Kinze's bulk fill system, ISO monitor compatibility for "plug and play" use with ISO-ready displays; new seed tube sensors to allow the operator to monitor and measure seed skips, multiples and spacing on the cab display, and a 300-gallon planter-mounted liquid fertilizer tank.

The 3700 also comes with a hydraulic seed drive which allows the operator to adjust the planting rate on the monitor and to use prescribed seed mapping to automatically change the planting rate.

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Other options include an electric clutch package to minimize seed overlap, a half-rate drive reduction, a rear trailer hitch to allow the use of pull-behind fertilizer tanks, and pneumatic downpressure to create on-the-go down pressure adjustments to match field conditions.

The new machine is also capable of planting corn and soybeans on 22-inch rows, for season-long use.

More information on the planter and Kinze is available at:

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