Consistent Placement Around Every Turn
Why is Conceal the most conistent way to place nitrogen with the planter? It's all in the design of the knife running beside the seed, in the groove of the gauge wheel. Since the knife is placing the fertilizer directly beside the seed and not in front of or behind the seed, the distance from the fertilizer to the seed is always consistent. Also, since the knife is running in conjunction with the gauge wheel, it will be placing the fertilizer at a consistent depth relative to the seed. Around curves, over uneven seedbeds, and on each row, the fertilizer is always where it needs to be relative to the seed.