Today, Sparks of Innovation takes you to New Haven, Indiana, where Ron Funk counts on Kinze planters to get better seed placement and depth control. He made the switch to Kinze back in the early 2000s when he purchased a 3500 interplant planter to seed beans. “We had a good stand, seed placement was perfect, and we had uniform emergence. Depth control was so much better than what we had before,” said Ron, who now plants with Kinze 3600 and 3650 planters.
Watch the latest installment of Kinze in the Field to see why Ron thinks Kinze planters run just like sewing machines (that’s a compliment). And click here to view his full testimonial.