SHIPS FREE! The Lil Seeder sows seeds in bare ground or through plastic mulch! Impressive Results!
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These are the Seeds the basic planter, as is, can plant: Green Beans, Corn, Sweet Corn, Peas, Soybeans, any large round seed and all pelletized seeds.
We think you will love it. For those doing only bare ground, this pushes so much easier than an Earthway planter. It's also easier to control where it goes!
The new planter has some really nice improvements.
Seeds the basic planter can plant are green beans, corn, sweetcorn, peas, soybeans, any large round seed, and all pelletized seeds.
No Bending Over! Plant Seeds as small as coated lettuce and as large as lima beans!
Plant in Plastic OR in bare ground!!
We are stocking the 7 and 10 head planters. You can adjust to other heads, but they work best by leaving as is.
- Made from hard, durable plastic easy to push at a nice, comfortable walking speed.
- Weighs less than 25 lbs ** Easy to carry
- 7 heads spacing is 8.75"; 6 heads spacing is 9.75", 10 heads spacing is 6"
- Free Shipping to the 48 US Contingent States.
- For Shipping elsewhere, please place order and request a shipping quote.
The Junior is made from hard durable plastic and is a time saver.
It is easy to push at a nice comfortable walking speed and requires no bending over.
It weighs less than 25 lb. , so it is easy to carry and push down the row.
|These are the Seeds the basic planter, as is, can plant: Green Beans, Corn, Sweet Corn, Peas, Soybeans, any large round seed and all pelletized seeds.|
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1.0 Mil * BLACK * Embossed Plastic Mulch (Choose 36", 42", 48", 54", or 60")$112.00
48" x 4000' 1.25 Mil * BLACK * Embossed Plastic Mulch (Choose 48", 54", or 60")$230.00
1.0 Mil *White on Black* Embossed Plastic Mulch 60" (We are Sold out of smaller sizes)$233.00
1.25 mil *White on Black* Embossed Plastic Mulch 60" (we are sold out of the smaller sizes until Aug)$284.00
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Author: DAVID GARFF
This has not worked from the beginning. It is dumping seeds out in the wrong place (on the ground) not in the hole. Trying to find a number for text support. I have rotated the gear three times as per the instructions to fix this but to no avail.
Author: Stuart Bayne
The Poly Planter worked great and I had a solid stand of corn this year. I used it to plant a half acre of corn on plastic mulch. I think every kernel came up. This planter saves a lot of time. I cannot imagine doing this by hand.