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Superior Seedbed Environment Use Case IH in-line rippers to effectively manage post-harvest residue through sizing, placement and incorporation. You will create an environment that will:
Encourage proper seed placement
Help protect soil surface and water quality
Level seedbeds promote:
A better growing environment
Higher yield potential
The Case IH 2500 Rip-Bed builds uniform beds for seed-depth control and superior seed-to-soil contact in common types of soils.
Promotes faster seed germination
Creates more uniform plant stands
Seedbeds can dry down and warm up faster by creating a berm with the Case IH 2500 Rip-Strip, usually 2–3 in. (50.8–76.2 mm) above the unworked soil surface at planting.
Allows for quicker, more uniform plant stands
Promotes more effective absorption of sunlight, water and nutrients
Seedbeds have better berm height and smaller holes than those created by competitive machines
Key Features of the Ecolo-Til 2500
Place Nutrients Exactly Where They Are Needed The Ecolo-Til 2500 can be equipped with optional fertilizer attachments which enable you to perform tillage and to root zone band fertilizer in just one pass.
Control Compaction The Ecolo-Til 2500 offers patented Case IH Tiger® points which have wings that sweep downward, rearward and outward. This revolutionary design creates a “lift, twist and roll” action that shatters compaction and reorients soil particles, creating an open, mellow, healthier soil with excellent pore space and distribution, allowing for maximum soil tilth.
Boost Yields An Ecolo-Til 2500 outfitted with Case IH No-till points and No-till shanks shatters compaction while leaving the surface residue virtually disturbance free.
Parabolic, MRD & no-till
30, 36, 38, 40 in (76.2, 91.4, 96.5, 102 mm)
Shank Mount Options
Spring reset & shear bolt
THERE'S A CASE IH FOR EVERY JOB, EVERY HARVEST, EVERY TASK