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The grain drill drops seeds from a mounted box down through a series of equally spaced flexible tubes as it travels on wheels across a field; the bottom of each flexible tube is positioned next to a disc opener that slices a furrow through the In a disk graindrill, the combination of suitable pivoted drawbars, with concavoconvex disk furrow openers thereon, the drawbars being alternately of different lengths; a scraper arranged to the rear of the center of the rear disk and pointing A disk graindrill with the alternate drawbars of different cooling means and in grinding said treated slag. lengths for the diskopeners; a scraper to the rear portion of each 3. The process of producing cement from furnaceslag which rear disk; Main.planter unit (consists of planter frame, seed hoppers with seven sets of seed plares, openers, cover Irame. and 1250 Dearborn com drill planter— replaced by 1288(19501951) 1262 Disc opener (19501951) 1263 Disccovers The benefits of notillage. The nature of risk in notillage. Seeding openers and slot shape. The role of slot cover. Drilling into dry soils. Drilling into wet soils. Seed depth, placement and metering. Fertilizer placement.Some pasture drills may also treat rangeland. Description Pasture drills are built on heavyduty frames to better withstand the rigors of grassland seeding. Most pasture drills feature doubledisk openers and large seed tubes for precise Straw in the seed slot is more common with doubledisk.drills. Singledisk drills have better residue cutting ability but do not eliminate hair pinning. Singledisk drills use a disk set at an angle with a seed boot alongside each opener. Seed is Because the seed is placed in a furrow and covered and planted at a uniform depth, there is a better emergence rate of the plants than when broadcasting is done. Disk openers are most commonly used with grain drills, but opener shoes and Seed is thoroughly covered by aid of drag loops made of 14inch weldedlink chain placed behind the disk openers in front of the packer wheels. Each planter unit has a units are mounted (figs. 2 and 3), the planter will drill six rows spaced Orills meter out a continuous fine stream of seed This type.of drill is specially constructed to be able to seed into harder The soil openers can be either hoetype (hoe drill), disctype (press drill), or spiketype (overseeder, for adding seed to