Landoll disk a fit in heavy residue

Producers who are pushing the envelope on yields with Bt hybrids and other excessive residue producing crops, all have the same issue: “What to do with all of the heavy crop residue after harvest?”

Research shows that sizing and incorporating residue into the top few inches of soil speeds up the breakdown. There is not a better tool on the market that addresses this issue than a disk. Landoll Corporation has recognized this need, and is launching an all-new tandem disk to the marketplace.

The Model 6230 Tandem Disk is equipped with industry leading features that make it a forerunner to the competition. An aggressive 20 degree front gang angle and standard concavity blades with approximately 210 pounds of weight per blade, enable the unit to penetrate and mix tough residue while still doing an excellent job of finish disking.

Landoll believes in customer satisfaction, and has equipped the 6230 with features that the competition considers optional equipment. “We believe in offering our customers the best product his money can buy, and in taking care of them after the sale,” says Don Landoll, President and founder of Landoll Corporation.

Features like maintenance-free bushings in high wear areas that require no greasing, pivoting gauge wheels, walking tandems, cushioned gang hangers equipped with heavy-duty triple lip sealed bearings, and clad in an all new color powder coat paint for Landoll, make the 6230 an industry leader.

Sizes are available from 21 feet to 36 feet.

Whether you are looking at updating your current disk, or looking for a tool to help you manage heavy residue, consider the Landoll 6230 in your next equipment investment.

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For more information contact Landoll Corporation at 1-785-738-6613 or write to Landoll Corporation • 1900 North Street • Marysville, Kan. 66508.

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