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Farmer Want to See New Planter Tech
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Mon Apr 7, 2014 11:41 AM CDT

DTN asks agricultural-related poll questions every few weeks on the website. In early March we asked this question: "New planting technologies were unveiled recently at the 2014 National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Ky. One of them would allow farmers to plant different hybrids on the go and another can plant crops accurately moving as fast as 10 mph. What do you think of these new advances in planting?"

What were the results? With more than 400 total responses, 40% were: "I need to see these planters working in person and/or relevant research on these technologies;" followed by 26% saying ...

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