LS 22 John Deere C850 Air Cart And P576 Air Hoe Drill v184.108.40.206
Increased working speed
Improved steering behavior with tracks
Fixed a bug after patch 1.8.1. which caused the game to crash for some.
John Deere C850 Air Cart Specs:
Model: C850 Air Cart
Capacity: 29,953 L
Price: USD $346,811
Power requirement: 520 hp
“Accuracy Beyond Measure”
You’re looking at large-scale performance for small grain seeding. With a large 850-bushel capacity, the all-new C850 Air Cart can accurately cover 170 acres per fill and easily seed an entire quarter section.
We didn’t design the C850 to be the largest cart in the market, but something even better – the most favorable balance between cart, tractor, tool size and precision ag technology. The ideal configuration
of less weight, less horsepower needed, reduced compaction and better emergence.
The C850’s accuracy is the very measure of performance. That begins with our AirPower™ 2 system that uses two separate, high-capacity fans – one for seed, one for fertilizer.
The results: Greater consistency across the entire drill, more uniform seed emergence, more even flowering and canopy development, and greater yields.
Multiple tires/wheels options and track options
Options to load seeds/fertilizers or just seeds.
John Deere P576 Air Hoe Drill Specs:
Model: P576 Air Hoe Drill
Work width: 23,2M (76-ft)
Price: USD $293,390
Power requirement : 520 hp
“Refined depth control for uniform emergence”
When seeding small grains and oil seeds, consistent seed and fertilizer depth are critical for even emergence.
The P576 Drill Opener provides excellent depth control in paired-row and single-row settings. Hydraulics keep the openers engaged, even in rocky and rolling or uneven field conditions. And since the press wheel is on a separate hydraulically charged accumulator, it will immediately bring the seedboot back into place after being tripped. This leads to less frame abuse and reduced horsepower requirements.
What does this mean for you? You can achieve accurate and consistent seed placement with less horsepower, less soil disturbance and more moisture retention — all for a quicker, more even emergence, plus the potential for bigger yields at harvest.