Land roller use has grown in recent years, and the trend doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. If you’re thinking about buying a land roller, here are some good reasons why you should consider doing it in 2020.
Whether you’ve been using land rollers for years or want to try them out for the first time this spring, we’d like to invite you to roll with Summers. Here are a just few ways you can use them to boost yield.
In this article we uncover three of the latest trends in land roller usage.
Summers went to great lengths to make SuperRollers the toughest available aspects that Travis Westlind and Paul Wilhelmi can attest to. These Summers engineers were closely involved with designing land rollers, as well as the improvements to the 2016 lineup.
What’s the difference between using a heavier or lighter land roller? When it comes to residue management, sinking rocks, improving yields, overall effectiveness and durability – a big difference.
Just what do land rollers actually do? As fairly versatile implements, they have several uses, so answering that question isn’t easy. To help clear things up a bit, here are four of the most popular ways Summers customers have experienced success working land rollers into their farming operations.