Roll, rip, strip, and plant in one pass with Kelley Mfg.'s new cover crop roller in four- or six-row configurations.
The new machine helps producers retain soil moisture under cover crops, yet provides good manipulation of residue ahead of the company's Rip-Strip for a well-prepared seedbed for the planter attached to the back.
With more producers interested in soil erosion control and residue covers for moisture retention, the cover crop roller provides an up-front lay-down of residue with large coulters to separate rows before planting.
For more information on the crop roller, visit www.kelleymfg.com.
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