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'The Shrew' Knife Enhances Injection

'The Shrew' Knife Enhances Injection

Getting fertilizer injection into hardpan soils is easier with new narrow-profile design.

The folks at Shield Agricultural Equipment announce the new K-4TSDF knife, called "The Shrew" that offers improved results when injecting ammonia or liquid fertilizers in difficult no-till and minimum-till farm situations. The design profile of The Shrew provides a slim/narrow profile that pulls easily and requires less horsepower. The design includes a light and narrow wing that creates a soft pocket for an immediate combination of gas and soil. And the design offers minimum lift so there's less disturbance at ground level. You can learn more at or by calling (800) 798-1968.

TOUGH DESIGN: Called 'The Shrew' this new fertilizer knife aims to make injection of ammonia or liquid fertilizer easier in challenging conditions.

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