20/20 RowFlow by Precision Planting




Continually monitors clutch performance and suggests changes.


Superior tools for validating setup and diagnosing issues.

Frustration Free Accuracy

If you’re just starting to use variable rate prescriptions, you’ll find it easy to get going. Even if you’ve been doing it for years, you’ll see improved accuracy.
Incredibly accurate swath control is standard. RowFlow’s clutch timing is based on actual seed data, not expected coverage or distance, so you get the precision that leads to maximum productivity from every field. Control of liquid fertilizer on the planter and side-dress applicator are optional.

Your RowFlow package comes with the RowFlow module (RFM), cab control module, base harness and 20/20 software update. It connects to your 20/20 SeedSense and is compatible with all popular planters.


Each Plants the Population Precisely by Zone

  • Execute variable rate prescriptions
  • Avoid overpopulation
  • Swath control
  • Compatible w eSet


How it works:

20/20 RowFlow works in conjunction with the 20/20 SeedSense Monitor.

Control hydraulic variable rate motors for variable rate population prescriptions. The 20/20 SeedSense will read and store your population prescriptions and the RowFlow module will control your hydraulic motors to plant the right population in each area.

Control row clutches for swath control with pinpoint accuracy. Using the GPS receiver connected to the SeedSense, the RowFlow will control row shut-offs based on the field boundaries you create and store in the SeedSense monitor.

Components of RowFlow system includes:

  • RowFlow Module (RFM). It is the brainbox of the system similar to the AFM for AirForce.
  • Cab Control Module. This is a small box that will mount directly under the 20/20 Monitor and contains the on/off switches.
  • Base Harness. The harness connects the RFM to the Variable Rate Motor. It also connects to swath harnesses.
  • 20/20 Software Update. New versions of software will look for RFM and activate the RowFlow system