Proper Seed to Soil Contact
- Seeds don't always land in the bottom of the trench
- Air pockets cause late emergence
- Keeton Seed Firmers firm each seed into the bottom of the furrow
A Common Problem
Seeds don't always land in the bottom of the trench where they belong. This can leave an air pocket underneath them, not allowing them to take up moisture as fast as they could. That leads to late germination and emergence, and finally, loss of yield.
A Simple Solution
Keeton Seed Firmers gently press every seed into the bottom of the trench to tuck it firmly in the soil, ready to take in the moisture and heat it needs. Keeton Seed Firmers are a simple attachment that adds yield to your planter, seeder, or drill.