With the Easy Adjust row cleaners on ExactEmerge™ and MaxEmerge(TM) 5e equipped planters, operators now have a pneumatic solution to make on-the-go adjustments that is controlled directly from the seat of the cab.
Learn about the Individual Row Hydraulic Downforce (IRHD) system for the MaxEmerge(TM) 5e and ExactEmerge(TM) row unit equipped planters from John Deere.
Learn how Pneumatic Closing Wheels can make a difference on your John Deere planter equipped with MaxEmerge(TM) 5e or ExactEmerge(TM) row units.
Understand the capabilities of the John Deere MaxEmerge(TM) 5e row unit. This electric drive row unit enables curve compensation and can be ordered with Individual Row Hydraulic Downforce, Pneumatic Closing Wheels and Easy Adjust Row Cleaners.
New John Deere F4365 High Capacity Nutrient Applicator Floater
Meet the new F4365 High Capacity Nutrient Applicator floater with 30% better ride quality than the leading competitive 4-wheel machine according to test results. Discover how much extra comfort and ease of use translates into a boost in productivity. The higher-capacity 330 cu-ft (9.3 cu m) dry spinner spreader is capable of 60- to 90-ft (18.3 m to 27.4 m) spread widths. That’s perfect for delivering higher volumes of N, P, K and lime in soils to replenish the soil. Spread N, P and K at rates from 50 lbs. (22.7 kg) an acre up to 1,100 lbs. (499 kg) an acre – and lime as high as 6,600 lbs. (2994 kg) an acre to fit specific needs.
John Deere offers a variety of tire, wheel, and track options to match soil, terrain and front-end equipment requirements. When selecting the tire that best matches the harvesting application consider the tire size, load index and inflation pressure ride characteristics desired. Reference the charts below tire designation definitions.
John Deere S-Series Combines (S550, S660–S690) Cleaning Guide
As part of John Deere’s continuous efforts to improve the value and performance of the S-Series Combines the following enhancements are being added to model year 2017 machines. These changes are being made to ensure the highest levels of grain quality, specifically when harvesting high-moisture corn (above 25 percent moisture). Extensive field testing confirms that much of the kernel damage in these conditions is not the result of the threshing section of the machine, but rather parts in front of the rotor or high tailings volumes.
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