the full video HERE
Mustangs Banding deep at 7 inches at Seward, NE. Time of Banding..0-52-0 and 0-0-22-17S.
A Platte River valley field report
for early November Exactrix Banding of TAPPS and TAPPKTS.
Kevin Medow is an outstanding Corn on Corn Producer at Seward/York
Nebraska that has gradually raised the yield levels over a 10 year period
from 200 bushel per acre to 275 bushels per acre using Exactrix Technology
and planters like the Monosem Twin Row.
Water quality is critical in the Seward, NE area and Fall Banding with
Mustang and TAPPS has produced top yields with nitrogen stabilized. There
is no need to side dress or spring band with TAPPS and TAPPKTS with carbon
based Hydra Hume and Zinc.
Kevin reports on the unique Exactrix high pressure injection into very
heavy corn residue that has not been chopped.
"The P-51C...24 inch single edged openers are set up in single rank on 18
inch centers. The openers are running solid with good sealing and 6.5 mph.
The TAPPS Banding is at full depth of 7 inch."
"Gyro Counter Weights are a real help." Gets the weight in the right spot.
Kevin has averaged 270 to 275 bushels per acre this year in the commercial
corn production fields. Corn on Corn and Corn on Soybeans the yields have
been top notch.
Kevin's Exactrix P51 Mustangs
Kevin reports in..." Banding
Exactrix TAPPS on 18 inch centers at 7 inch depth with Zinc and Hydra Hume
has been working well...The high speed tool bar is banding into 275 bushel
per acre Corn residue during November 1 to 10 in moist soil conditions."
Kevin did not need to chop the corn stalks as he previously did with his
Yetter Maverick openers banding TAPPS.
"The Mustangs do the job in Heavy Residue... they band much deeper than
other opener types and are self cleaning."
Mustang openers require no closing wheels... they are self sealing.
Another Good Crop in 2013. Kevin
Medow at Seward. TAPPS and TAPPKTS with Hydra Hume and
Ammoniated Zinc and some Chelated Zinc... .with Triplex injection.
Kevin's Moore Built Tool Bar and
Paul Gangwish, Shelton, NE.
Making top yields with the Case 940. Corn on Corn in the 270 to 280 bushel
Mustang Tool Bar operating at 12.5
mph at 30 feet covering about .75 acres per minute. Lyons, KS.
Training Videos are available at
More news about Relay Intercropping at www.exactrix.com/RI.htm
Mustard and Fumigation at WSU, U of I subject web page
TAPPS and TAPPKTS at
For a good overview of banding deeper go to
Need more historical reference of Exactrix Global Systems. Go to
Banding Deeper in No-till without tillage with Rotational Band Loading.
Need more information about STEEP test plots and how Exactrix performs go
How TAPPS and TAPPKTS Changed a Kansas Farm. An KSU Ag Economist gives a