Horwood Bagshaw Australian designed and built Airseeders can: increase productivity improve sowing accuracy minimize capital investment minimize running costs Robust, low maintenance Airseeders offer precise seed delivery, even in the most demanding conditions. Maximise the benefits of timely and accurate sowing with a Horwood Bagshaw Airseeder to match your needs.
1. Single Shooting
Single shooting is mixing one, two or more materials together in a single delivery system and placing them in the soil together, in one location. Commonly, single shooting is applying all fertiliser, all seed, or mixing and sowing seed and fertiliser, or several types of fertiliser together in one location.
2. Double Shooting
Double shooting is delivering seed and fertiliser through separate hoses to separate locations in the soil. Commonly, double shooting places the fertiliser below, or to the side of the seed.
3. Double Shoot with Blending
Double shooting with blending means delivery of:
- Fertiliser blended with seed in one hose.
- Fertiliser only in the second hose
and placing them in different locations in the soil bed. Mixing two fertilisers and placing them separate from the seed is also known as double shooting.
4. Triple Shooting
Using a Triple Bin Airseeder, it is possible to sow:
- Seed and fertiliser through one set of hoses
- Urea through another.
Triple Shoot with Blending
Triple shooting with blending means delivery of:
- Seed blended with fertiliser through one set of hoses
- Fertiliser blended with urea through another.