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Drilling of cereals, rapeseed, cover crops and grass seed

Establishment of wheat, barley, rye, oats, triticale, rapeseed, peas and grass can be done in many different ways. It can be sown with rotary harrow (rotary harrow), combi set or with a seed kit for direct drilling. The drill are either lifted or tugged. Prior to sowing, the soil may either be plowed, stumped, deep-rooted, plated or untreated. No-till and reduced soil cultivation have gained much in UK agriculture in recent years. The establishment of cover-crops often occurs in a time-consuming period, and therefore most farmers prefer that by either broad-spreading or disc harrowing with drill equipment. Grass seed is often sown with the grain between the rows. There is a lot of extra equipment for both the tractor, the general drill and direct drill, such as disc, fertilizer equipment for fertilizer placement (for both solid and liquid fertilizers, as well as ammonia precipitation), hydraulic pressure saw blade, autotrack RTK GPS control, steering wheel alignment, front seats, front tanks, universal spreader for slug pellet, packer, roller, black soil marker, large-scale crane and pressure wheel. The most common brands for combi drilling and direct drilling are Väderstad, Amazone, Monosem, Gaspardo, Horsch, Kuhn, Kverneland, Becker, Stanhay, Klein, Unicorn, Fiona, HE-VA, Claydon, Kongskilde, Vogel, Lemken, Pöttinger, Cameleon, Nordsten, Köckerling and Multiva