The fall season is the perfect time to start thinking about next year’s garden. While there are a number of best practices to follow when preparing the garden for spring success, leveraging all John Deere Frontier equipment has to offer is another way to ensure high-quality results.
To demonstrate how Frontier and John Deere work together to achieve results, we’ve put together a brief video gallery that features some of the most helpful tools for gardeners. Enjoy!
John Deere Frontier Equipment: Notes from the Field – Using a One-Bottom Plow
See how to use a Frontier PB1001 One-Bottom Plow to prepare your garden in the fall. Preparing in the fall will allow the garden to mellow over the winter, making it prime for planting come the spring. Watch this video to learn some of the steps that should be taken when using the PB1001 One-Bottom Plow.
John Deere Frontier Equipment: Notes From The Field – Using a One-Row Cultivator
A one-row cultivator is the ideal piece of equipment for weeding in between the rows. Using this piece of equipment will keep the weeds down and the plants healthy, while Adjustable C-shanks and reversible shovels help maintain a long-lasting life for the equipment.
John Deere Frontier Equipment: Notes From The Field – Using a Rotary Cutter
Pairing a Frontier RC2048 Rotary Cutter with a John Deere Compact Utility Tractor will help keep pasture and other rough areas under control. The rotary cutter featured in this video has the capacity to cut from 1.5 to 9 inches and includes a safety chain shield and iMatch capability. Watch this video to see the rotary cutter doing its job!
John Deere Frontier Equipment: Notes From The Field – Using a Rotary Tiller
This video shows why it’s a great idea to pair a 1025R with a Frontier RT1142 Rotary Tiller to prepare a garden for planting in the spring. The RT1142 Rotary Tiller includes heat-treated tines and a digging depth up to 6 inches. Additionally, see how easy it is to attach the tiller to the tractor thanks to John Deere’s Quick-Hitch technology.
John Deere Frontier Equipment: Notes From The Field – Using a Subsoiler
Watch this video to learn how to use a Frontier PS1001 Subsoiler to control tree lines, manage pasture edges and eliminate hardpan. The Frontier PS1001 Subsoiler has the ability to penetrate 24 inches deep into the ground, which is perfect for ripping tree roots and hardpan in a trail.
John Deere Frontier Equipment: Notes From The Field – Using a Middle Buster
In this video, the operator has paired a Frontier PM1001 Middle Buster with a John Deere 2025R Compact Utility Tractor. The Frontier Middle Buster is iMatch compatible, with a 15-inch, double-winged shovel that gives the operator a furrow of 1 to 12 inches. Various furrow sizes are used depending on the crop being harvested. Watch this video to see the equipment in action!
Hopefully this video gallery provided some useful insight into the effectiveness of John Deere Frontier equipment and how it can improve the gardening process. If you enjoyed this post or want to read others, feel free to connect with us on Facebook or Google+!