Farmsteads often don't have the equipment needed to conduct variable-rate seeding. What they can do is experiment in their own field to evaluate the economic advantages of variable-rate seeding and start practicing with it. How advantageous this method is depends on the relief, soil texture, and other factors related to fertility. That's why no one else's particular experience will do you much good. In cases like that, we here at OneSoil
help you set up an experiment right so you can avoid errors and get an accurate result after harvesting your crop.