The vSet is the most accurate meter in the planter industry. It is the common starting point for all of these upgrades. The vSet is not only for corn and soybeans. The vSet also plays an important role in the vSet population chart. The following is a sample vSet population chart for a John Deere 7200 vacuum planter.
vSet is the most accurate meter in the industry
The vSet is the most accurate seed meter on the market for a John Deere 7200 vacuum planter. It uses a flat disk that doesn’t care how big or small the seeds are. A singulator rides on the edge of the disk and knocks off any extra seeds. The precision is 99% in corn and soybeans.
vSet is the most accurate meter on the market for a John Deere 7200 vacuum planter. It’s also the most common starting point for planter upgrades. Regardless of the type of planter, vSet provides accurate data and accurate planting decisions. By using the vSet population chart, you can be assured of planter success.
It is the common starting point for all of these planter upgrades
The first upgrade relates to even emergence, followed by precision and spacing. Even emergence is key to good yields, and the later the corn emerges, the greater the chance of it developing small ears. Additionally, un-emerged plants will have lower yields as they are unlikely to make up for the loss of yield from the earlier crop. In addition, planters that do not emerge evenly will lose yield from neighboring plants.
A John Deere 7200 vacuum planter doesn’t just handle corn and soybeans. You can plant other crops as well. The planter comes with a 108-cell soybean disk. You’ll need to change the “knocker” and “wiper” wheels on this planter. And for even more versatility, you can switch to the double stair step.
One of the biggest differences between a vac planter and a Kinze brush planter is how they apply seed. Vacuum planters require more maintenance than vac planters. While a vac planter uses a seed disk to apply seed, the kinze brush meter has a seed disk and wing nuts that fit over the hub. Then, you’ll need to dial in the vacuum before planting. Otherwise, your rows will stop planting altogether, resulting in serious underpopulation.