The use of bent leg openers for cereal seeding

University of South Australia PhD candidate James Barr is investigating the use of bent leg soil openers as part of his SAGIT-funded project “The Application of Bent Leg Technologies to Higher Speed Tined Seeding of Cereal Grains”. In this video, he explains the project including the novel computer modelling and higher speeds being investigated.

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Birchip Cropping Group Inc. (BCG) is a not-for-profit agricultural research and extension organisation led by farmers in the Victorian Wimmera and Mallee.
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