WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?
SINGLE-SHOOT. When one or more products are mixed together in a single distribution system and applied in one location, the system is called singleshoot. The most common combinations are applying seed alone, or applying a mixture of seed and fertiliser. Applying two types of fertiliser and blending them together while banding is also singleshoot.
DOUBLE-SHOOT. Means placing products separately in two locations. A common double-shoot application seeds while placing fertiliser below and to the side of the seed row.
TRIPLE-SHOOT. Adds another distribution system, making it possible to apply three products in a single pass. This set up requires an air cart with three tanks, such as the Flexi-Coil 3850 or 4350 models.