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Yup, two ways to do it though.Do you make a union for between 2 tubes?
Thanks for the pictures. I was actually thinking the two hose barbs would put you over 10", so, that is pretty nice solution right there.There are the only other methods we came up with to join tubes directly. Given the cost of freight for anything over 8', 4" spacer tubes sound wonderful to join tubes.
This has given time to get a close look and thought about the system. I do really like it. By far the lightest system I have seen.
I would like to be seeding now. Knowing the cost savings. I plan to wait a bit and get this system running. I have heard of 96% savings in fallow for later season passes. 40% savings preseed with a blanket spray and spotting what green it sees. I did had one guy tell me he has gone to only spot spraying preseed. Cutting my chem bill by 70% or more this year will pay for the system and likely have cleaner fields.Looking forward to hearing how the Greenseeker boom works out for you. I talked to a Hutterite this spring about their setup. He says it's very effective for pre-seed burn off when you turn the sensitivity up. I kind of wondered about that as I can see clear as day in the spring where even a late fall glyphosate application goes down even though often I can't see anything growing with my eyes.
For no till operations, it should pay for itself this year with glyphosate suddenly one of the most expensive applications on the farm.