Place Seeds Properly
- Many seed tubes wear at their exit causing poor spacing as seeds exit the tube
- Some seed sensors cause seed bounce in the seed tube
- BullsEye tubes have long life and a smooth path to the trench
Prevent early seed tube wear and get long life with the tungsten-carbide tip on the BullsEye tube. This simple wear tip prevents disk openers from wearing a flap of plastic that slows down the seed as it exits, causing poor spacing. It's a simple solution to an annoying problem
Many seed tubes have a sensor that protrudes into the seed tube, which causes the seeds to hit the sensor and bounce, causing poor spacing. The BullsEye tube prevents this issue with a recessed sensor eye that eliminates sensor interference. See the difference in the path the seed takes in the time lapse picture to the right.
BullsEye has long life and great spacing, but still uses traditional light beam sensors that can give inaccurate population counts in dusty conditions. Consider WaveVision, a seed tube and sensor that adds sensor technology that will not count dust, providing you with an accurate population no matter the conditions.