Treating seeds for planting has been done for decades. Fragile seeds can fail to yield a crop if not protected against insects, seed and soil borne diseases, and excessive weather conditions. Too much rain, for example, can cause an unprotected seed to rot where it is planted. Changing environmental conditions, the shortening of the planting season in some areas, and the demands for high yields to keep people fed only increases the need for treating seeds. The problem with the current system of ordering treated seeds does not take essential factors into consideration.
Farmers have to pre-purchase seeds from companies that specialize in Seed Treater services too far in advance in order to get seed delivery on time. The gap between seeds are ordered and when seeds are due to be planted is too wide. There are many possible changes that can render the type of protected seeds ordered practically useless. A sudden drought, for example, can alter soil composition to the point of not accepting seeds treated with particular chemicals. The emergence of a new soil disease can result in a lot of wasted time and money spent on Seed Treaters that will not create a maximum yield.
The ideal solution is a system that allows farmers to treat seeds on the premises just prior to planting. That ensures the chemical blend is appropriate for the soil conditions at the exact time of planting. It also allows farmers control over how much seed to treat, and with which blend of chemicals. The capacity to treat seeds as needed eliminates the risks of pre-purchasing seeds that may not provide enough protection to seeds. It is more cost-effective, more flexible, and more responsive to the unique needs of each farm. Chemical blends can be customized to consider the type of seeds to be planted, the geographical location of the farm, and the particular soil composition of the land.
The My Yield seed treatment system gently mixes seeds and chemicals with a rotation motion. That ensures maximum coverage and reduces risk of seed damage. The conveyor belt that transports seeds from the machine to the planting equipment continues the process of covering each seed by placing treated seeds on top of each other. Three sizes are available to accommodate the size of the farm, and financing is available via a streamlined process. Interest rates are competitive and repayment plans are flexible. Take control over the quality of the seed treatment process by going to empowering farmers to learn more.