Sly unveiled its new Undercut Disc no-till drill designed for seeding wheat and cover crops. Developed in conjunction with Australian manufacturer, Boss Agriculture, the machine is developed in Europe for 9- to 40-foot widths and 120 foot widths in the U.S., and can seed at speeds of 6-8 mph. A unique feature is the undercut disc, or double-angled disc, that reduces down pressure requirements and risk of seed furrow compaction. The unit also includes a gauge wheel in the back and a mounted side wheel that keeps soil in the furrow. “The floating gauge wheel is designed to gently hold the soil in place, and connected to a sensor so the hydraulic down pressure monitors and controls furrow compaction and depth,” says Cyrille Geneste, president of Sly France.