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You want the most profitable harvest possible. John Deere wants to help you get there, with tillage equipment and technology to meet any field condition you may encounter.
Available exclusively from John Deere, TruSet lets you adjust depth and down-pressure without leaving the cab; a job that could take up to 20 minutes can now be done in as few as 6 seconds, using only your fingertips, lowering costs and letting you cover more acres in a day. TruSet also lets you make depth adjustments within 1/10th inch accuracy and basket down-pressure adjustments from 0-900 psi.
This is not set-it and forget-it tillage. This is precision tillage for each unique acre in your field. Use the preset buttons to store predetermined implement settings for those different areas in a field or differences between fields. For instance, you can set a desired depth or down-pressure for headlands, and another one for lighter soils.
TruSet also enables variable depth and rolling basket pressure prescriptions. You can map tillage depth, speed and rolling basket down pressure, which can be overlaid with other data layers to help you make better agronomic decisions.
TruSet is available on a long list of tillage tools, including 2630 Series Disks and Vertical Tillage, 2730 Combination Ripper, 2230LL and 2230 FH Field Cultivators, 2330 Mulch Finisher, and 2510H Nutrient Applicators. See your John Deere dealer for a full list of compatible tools.
Picture the most level seedbed you’ll ever create. Now, turn this vision into reality, acre after acre, with a John Deere 2230LL Level-lift™ or 2230FH Floating Hitch Field Cultivator.
Both models were redesigned from below the ground up to deliver a smooth, level finish on the surface, with a uniform field finish below the surface. Cultivate up to 217 more acres per day, thanks to 10-mph operating speeds and working widths up to 70 feet.
And both models feature updated frame designs and true split-the-middle shank spacing for maximum residue flow, soil mixing, and weed control. Our new ProFinish™ Leveling System offers a variety of rear harrow options compatible with all configurations for the planter-ready field finish you need. Plus, you can add rolling basket options that hydraulically adjust from your cab. Round or flat bars are exceptional in pulverizing clods and leaving the coarse soil on top, while allowing the fine soil particles to stay in the seed zone for better seed-to-soil contact, which leads to better emergence and higher yield.
Heavy residue? No problem. The 2330 Mulch Finisher is designed to deliver aggressive cutting action to size up to 80% residue in your fields and help deliver the planter-ready seedbed you need for enhanced seed placement and germination.
Redesigned from below the ground up, the 2330 Mulch Finisher delivers a smooth, level finish on the surface. But look what happens under the surface. Here, you can see the disks and sweeps slicing, mixing and conditioning the soil to produce an even, uniform field finish below the surface, too. It's the perfect environment for your new seeds to take root and thrive.
Compared to our previous model, the 2330 Mulch Finisher can help you cover more ground every day. Up to 127 more acres a day. And up to 22% wider machines. Starting at 21 ft. 9 in. and extending up to 56 ft., you have a wide range of working widths to help create the planter-ready seedbeds you want. And when you combine these choices with the 10-mph, working speeds, you'll cover more ground per pass and more acres per day.
This isn’t your average tillage pass. The 2630 Series Disks can be easily customized to meet your field’s unique needs, offering groundbreaking control from start to finish.
Penetrate up to 8 inches (203 mm) in rock-hard wheat ground or chop and mix thick corn residue in a single pass. Choose from a wide range of model sizes to handle anything from light to heavy-duty tillage jobs, making it the perfect tool to handle both primary and secondary tillage.
With increased weight-per-blade, new extended-life bearings, radial tires, and an expanded ProFinish Leveling System that offers four rear harrow options (including hydraulically adjustable rolling baskets), this tool is built to handle any condition you might encounter.
Or choose our 2633VT Vertical Tillage model. With an exclusive design and all the strength you need for two-season residue management, this vertical tillage model is perfect for even the toughest field conditions.
What makes the 2633VT more productive? Take a close look at its many features. Its gang angles and blade configurations are unique in the vertical tillage industry. With a 21° angle on the front gang and 19° angle on the rear gang, the 2633VT delivers aggressive sizing and chopping ability in tough residue in fall – while helping create an ideal seedbed in the spring.
Prepare your soil with the nutrients it needs to give your seeds a head start. With John Deere, it’s all here. Everything you need to apply the right nutrients, at the right rate, when and where they need them most.
Choose the 2510H High Speed Applicator equipped with John Deere AutoTrac sub-inch guidance to place anhydrous exactly where it’s needed. The dry nutrient attachment on the 2510H is the perfect tool for one high-speed pass to apply N, P, and K all at the same time. Available in up to a 16-row model, you’ll save time and money while preparing for a great harvest season before the seed enters the ground.
And that’s not just our word: Studies from Ohio State and Purdue Universities have shown you can use less fertilizer to achieve the same or higher yields when nutrients are applied at the right time and in the right place. Plus, the low soil disturbance row unit of the 2510H and Dry Attachment is designed to handle high-residue levels without plugging. You can also sidedress with minimal soil disturbance without damaging plants. In total the 2510H and Dry Attachment is one, fully integrated solution to make the most of your pre-plant opportunities.
Choose the 2410C Nutrient Applicator and get up to 62.5 feet in working width and up to 10 mph working speeds. Even at faster operating speeds, your nitrogen is precisely placed and sealed to boost your yield potential, while leaving residue intact. And with GreenStar Rate Controller and AccuDepth, the 2410C lets you control application rates and gives you exact nutrient placement with adjustments that can be made on-the-go.
Want to prepare a seedbed and place nutrients, all in one efficient pass? The 2510S Strip Till Applicator can quickly move residue out of the seed zone, and place liquid, dry and gas nutrients up to 10 inches deep. Adjusting is easy, with single point frame depth control and hydraulic adjustment of the front disk gang and closing wheels from the cab.
Don’t you often wish you had more time? The number of hours in a day isn’t always enough to get everything done. That’s why we’ve made it easy to collect, view and share machine and agronomic data, wherever you are. That’s where the John Deere Operations Center comes in. With it, you can turn your data into information that will make next year’s harvest even better.
You get a steady, automatic flow of agronomic data between your tractor and tillage tools and the devices you use to manage your operation, so you can make the best decisions for your farm throughout the season. Once the data is off your machine, it’s ready to use in John Deere Operations Center, our mobile MyOperations and MyAnalyzer apps, or one of more than 65 software tools that work with the Operations Center.
You can easily share your data with your agronomist, banker, or seed rep. Maps allow you to better analyze which variables affected yield during your tillage operations. Target depth layers allow a quick view of the area covered and intended depth of the tillage job. You can also manage guidance lines and boundaries at a higher level than ever before.
And if you’re not adjusting your machine to address the different soil types and conditions in your fields, consider using tillage prescriptions. In John Deere Operations Center, you can create prescriptions in Agrian Prescription Creator, and send them right to your operator’s display.
Make every pass an efficient pass by reducing overlap and fuel with AutoTrac Guidance. How efficient? Studies show that guidance can pay for itself in 2 years. Choose from three levels of accuracy with a StarFire™ Receiver, ranging from +/- 9 inches down to sub-inch accuracy with RTK.
And when you’re facing long days of repetitive tillage operations, AutoTrac Turn Automation can make your life much easier. Consistent turns also improve job quality.
Have older equipment? Or a different color? No problem. Take advantage of AutoTrac on older and competitive machines with AutoTrac Controller and AutoTrac Universal..
When it’s time to create the ideal seedbed, head to the field with purpose. And nothing says performance and efficiency like the 9620RX Tractor. By simply being in the cab you’ll feel confident, but feel little else. That’s because the unique cab suspension isolates the cab from the constant jarring of harsh field conditions. Confidence is bolstered by the improved flotation of the innovative 4-track design that allows for timely seedbed prep and on-time planting that preserves yield.
620 engine horsepower offers plenty of pull to run with command through the field. You’ll appreciate the better grip in hard, clay soil with less berming and reduced compaction. Add to that the impressive e18™ PowerShift Transmission with Efficiency Manager that’s always ready for a tough tillage chore. Designed to automatically shift up and throttle back, it reduces total fluid consumption and maintains optimum power, even in tough conditions.
Discover helpful tips to get your tractor ready this spring in your quest for the perfect seedbed. To minimize soil compaction, you’ll learn why it’s important to properly ballast your tractor for secondary tillage jobs, to set your tire pressure to 10 psi or lower, to make sure wheel slip is in the proper range, and to spread out the tractor footprint to reduce imprint before tillage pass.
John Deere experts talk to Pam Fretwell about the latest agronomic research on corn yield, and the importance of a good seedbed.