The John Deere Rate Controller 2000 is a component that allows the GreenStar™ 3 (GS3) 2630 and 4600 CommandCenter™ displays to integrate with many implements, such as non-John Deere pull-type sprayers, anhydrous ammonia applicators, and liquid fertilizer systems for enhanced resolution product control. John Deere Rate Controller 2000 also aids in field documentation, allowing map-based prescriptions and controlling overlap with a John Deere Section Control activation.
The GreenStar™ (GS) Rate Controller is a component that allows the GreenStar display to integrate with many implements, such as non-John Deere pull-type sprayers, anhydrous ammonia applicators, liquid manure spreaders, liquid fertilizer systems, and some planters.
The GreenStar Rate Controller Dry is a component that allows the GreenStar 3 2630 Display to integrate with non-John Deere self-propelled and pull-type dry box spinner spreaders and multi-tank air carts.
Sharing coverage maps while seeding, spraying, or applying fertilizer allows any John Deere Section Control-enabled machine to trigger Section Control on/off based on another machine’s coverage. Coverage map sharing, combined with integrated section control, reduces the opportunity for overlapping or leaving uncovered areas in the field, saving on input costs and increasing yield. When used in a harvest operation, coverage map sharing allows a machine to more accurately calculate harvested area by using another machine’s coverage to enable overlap control.Sharing guidance lines allows AutoTrac™ assisted steering enabled machine to share straight track guidance lines with another vehicle. Guidance line sharing functionality is limited to straight tracks only. Machines can share coverage maps or guidance lines using an MCR or MTG 3G solution.Training requirements must be completed for Machine Sync prior to this product shipping to meet new model qualification requirements. Integrated Solution (IS) phase assessment of one applies to Machine Sync.
Cotton is simplifying the production of round cotton modules. Utilizing the radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags embedded in the round module wrap John Deere Harvest Identification, Cotton reads each unique serial number of the module and compiles it into a file that is easily sent to the gin. John Deere Harvest ID eliminates the need for cotton producers to manually tag round modules produced by the CP690 Self-Propelled Cotton Picker or CS690 Self-Propelled Cotton Stripper.
Documentation of potatoes, onions, sugar beets and other specialty crops harvest data is now possible with Yield Documentation, Specialty Crop. Yield Documentation, Specialty Crop enables producers to document harvest information from weight-based, conveyor-driven harvesting equipment.