Single meter multi-hybrid
What is mSet?
Simplify Multi-Genetic Planting
With a single meter on a single row.
One Meter, One Box, Two Hybrids
A split hopper holds two hybrids, and a seed selector releases seeds from either side of the hopper, according to what's set in the 20|20. A seed level sensor in the meter tells the seed selector when more seed is needed and ensures that you don't run out of seed.
The mSet system, along with its vSet companion, can be utilized with both seed tubes and SpeedTube. The choice is yours - maximize the potential of each area of the field at a traditional speed, or maximize genetics and efficiency by pairing multi-hybrid planting with high-speed planting.
mSet utilizes a seed selector and a single vSet meter to be able to plant two different hybrids in the field as the planter passes through the varying areas of the field, according to the prescriptions that have been paired with the 20|20.
Visualize Performance on the 20|20
mSet pairs with Precision Planting's 20|20, vSet meter, and vDrive electric drive to offer visualization through the monitor in the cab. Watch feedback on seeding in real-time.
A Gen 3 20|20 or Gen 2 20/20 SeedSense is required.» Learn More About the 20|20
Build Your Planter System
mSet is One Piece of the Multi-Hybrid System
Pair with a meter, electric drive and high-speed.
The Right Meter
[Required] A vSet meter powers mSet for multi-hybrid planting.» Learn More About vSet
Powered by Electric Drive
[Required] vDrive converts your planter to electric drive.» Learn more About vDrive
Room For Expansion
If today you decide to add vSet to your planter with mini hoppers for a single hybrid and then in the future add the mSet seed selector, you use the hopper you already have. If you want to move from mini hoppers to a 1.6-bushel single hybrid or dual hybrid hopper, you simply add on to your existing mini hopper. A purchase today is an investment in your planter for the long term, without needing to switch out hoppers with each additional upgrade.
Multi-Hybrid 3 Step System
3 Steps to Multi-Hybrid Success
Give Your Crop the Best Opportunity to Maximize Yield
Create spatial management zones to define soil variability.
Position the correct genetics in each created zone.
Use proper planting equipment to automatically switch genetics on-the-fly while planting.
They Are Different, So Why Not Treat Them Differently?
Not every acre you farm is the same. That is why you make different fertility plans for different fields, have different tillage practices, and even select different hybrids for different fields. But what about the variability that exists within a single field, even a single pass?