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New Holland Precision Air Hoe Drill Combines Accurate Seed Placement and Innovative Folding 
New Holland Precision Air Hoe Drill

New Holland, PA (June 17, 2009) - New Holland Precision Air Hoe Drill Combines Accurate Seed Placement and Innovative Folding

With durability and innovation reflective of its Flexi-Coil heritage, New Holland's new P2070 precision air hoe drill provides the ultimate in precision seed placement with adjustable individual opener depth control. It works up to 70-feet wide, yet folds into a compact, narrow package for transport.

"Everyone talks about how important seed placement is, especially with small-seeded crops," says Ed Barry, New Holland Cash Crop Marketing Manager. "The P2070 places the product exactly where you want it, every time."

Each opener on the P2070 follows terrain independently of the frame to closely follow the contours of the ground. Patented individual opener depth control provides 0" to 2" seeding depth in 1/8" increments. A single bolt on each opener has an indexed slotted design which makes it easy to adjust depth.

Even in the toughest conditions, the true parallel link design maintains consistent seed depth through the complete operating range of each individual opener. Fully adjustable packing force (adjustable from 275 lbs. - 550 lbs.) and trip force (adjustable from 135 lbs. to 215 lbs.) provide the operator with exceptional control. The single-shank, double-shoot minimum disturbance opener provides 1-7/8" lateral separation and 7/8" vertical separation between seed and fertilizer. Spacious frame-to-ground clearance affords superior trash flow that is unmatched in the industry.

The P2070 is available in 50', 60' and 70' working widths, with either 10" or 12" spacing. The P2070 air hoe drill's innovative fold-back design allows it to be folded into a 17'9" wide x 16'6" high envelope equal to or smaller than the 4WD tractor pulling it for safe and easy transport.

A unique tow-behind hitch design allows the air cart to follow the same tracks created by a typical 4WD tractor in the field, as well as during transport. This smaller turning radius makes tight-implement turns at headland corners easier.

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