9200 Series Wing-Fold Planters Wing-Fold or Rigid-Frame Available
Simplicity of Planter Transport is Key Simplicity of transport is a key consideration with any planter. The White Planters 9200 Series wings fold forward to attain a transport width nearly half of its field working width. The 9200 Series flex-frame model hinges at the center, enabling each wing to flex a full 10 degrees. This enables the frame to flex a full 20 degrees up or down, hugging rolling terrain and terraces. If frame flex is not a requirement on your ground, the 9200 Series is also available in a rigid-frame model with the same full range of features and attachments.
Angled Rubber Press Wheels Improve seed-to-soil contact in heavier soil and moderate notill conditions. Adjust wheels by offsetting them or changing width for improved performance at various seed depth and soil conditions. Adjustable down pressure: 50 to 133 lbs. (23 to 133 kg.)
Angled Cast-Iron Press Wheels Great for closing the toughest seed trench. Recommended for tough no-till. Adjust wheels by offsetting or changing width for improved performance in high-residue and notill conditions. Adjustable down pressure: 115 to 310 lbs. (52 to 141 kg.)
Single V-Trench Press Wheel Firms both sides of the seed trench in mellow soil conditions. Advantageous for shallow planting in tilled soil. The center of the seed trench is capped for a soft top. Adjustable down pressure: 50 to 133 lb. (23 to 133 kg.)
Disc Trash Master Two 12-inch (305 mm) diameter solid discs clear a clean path in front of the seed openers, moving residue to the side to avoid hair pinning residue into the seed trench. Adjusts in 1/4-inch (6-mm) increments.
Combination Residue Manager/Blade Finger wheels or SharkTooth® wheels clear seedbed of loose residue while blade works seedbed path. Simply pin the residue wheels up to use the tillage coulter alone.
Tillage Coulter The coulter and the row unit both work off the same planter parallel links for a precise alignment and depth relationship. The constant alignment of the coulter and disc openers ensure that the seed is placed in a seed trench with no air space below the seed that could cause poor seed-to-soil contact and slow germination.