Seeding a cover crop on an organic corn field with the ROWBOT platform

Last week, I did some cover crop seeding at the Fitzgerald farm in central Minnesota. Those are young red clover plants that were seeded on Sept. 19th, photographed yesterday, less than two weeks later. If you are used to looking at photos on our site, you'll notice some vegetation (a.k.a. weeds) on the ground between corn rows, which is typical in an organic operation (incidentally, removing weeds on large organic fields is a big opportunity, which is a good match for robotics).

Yesterday, I was able to grab a couple of videos while chasing the machine at 4 mph (a very fast walk on the relatively uneven terrain of a typical field). Enjoy!