If it’s not a combi it’s not a drill
Bo Stark, the youngest son in the family had in the years prior to this taken charge of the Swedish market and was deeply involved in a successor for the DS-drill. The drill was good, but lacked much with respect to the type of drilling that could be expected in the future. An important requirement was ‘combi’, a drill that could sow and fertilise at the same time. “If it’s not a combi, it’s not a real drill”, declared a farmer. The drill needed to have a high load capacity and the ability to operate ‘in all weathers’.