Reduces richocet. Lasts Longer.
This seed tube fixes two big problems:
Too often, seeds hit the sensor on their way down the seed tube. When this happens, seeds ricochet down the tube causing the familiar skip/double pattern in the field. The BullsEye Seed Tubes reduces these errors with a simple offset that moves the sensor out of the way of the seed path.
Here is what the seed tube error looks like in your field. There is a gap where the slow seed should have exited the seed tube and a "double" where the slow seed and normal seed emerge about the same time. BullsEye Seed Tubes eliminate this costly problem by eliminiating sensor interference.
We’ve inserted tungsten carbide wear tips that prevent the double-disk opener from wearing through the tip of the seed tube. It’s a simple solution to an annoying and expensive problem.
The BullsEye seed tube on the right has 92 acres of use with no significant wear. The standard seed tube on the left was run in the same row unit as the BullsEye and is shot after just 16 acres. That little flap at the bottom of the seed tube can send seeds flying.