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ONE ROW PLANTER

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Bart

03-13-2000 11:55:19
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ARE THERE ANY ONE ROW PLANTERS FOR SMALL TRACTORS ? I HAVE SEEN THE SMALL PLANTERS THAT YOU PUSH BY HAND, BUT I WANT ONE TO PULL WITH A TRACTOR.




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Bob Edwards

05-09-2001 09:36:17
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 Re: ONE ROW PLANTER in reply to Bart, 03-13-2000 11:55:19  
Yes, on the net find Powell Manufacturing,
located in Bennettsville, South Carolina.
website: www.powellmfg.com
Find your way to planters, and see their
Cole Planter, model 12 MX, which can be used one at a time or up to four at a time, so if you grow they can grow with you.
I use a 1980 model, new parts are still available, and used to pull it with my horse, and now with a tractor. They offer about 15 different seed plates, to use in combo with four rate control gears for everything from the biggest lima bean to tomatoe and spinich seeds.......they are great!

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Ninh Hoa

03-13-2000 15:04:13
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 Re: ONE ROW PLANTER in reply to Bart, 03-13-2000 11:55:19  
Bart, what do you want to plant?



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Bart

03-14-2000 05:35:15
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 Re: Re: ONE ROW PLANTER in reply to Ninh Hoa, 03-13-2000 15:04:13  
i am looking to use it mostly for vegetables.



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Ninh Hoa

03-14-2000 11:30:39
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 Re: Re: Re: ONE ROW PLANTER in reply to Bart, 03-14-2000 05:35:15  
What kind of quantities? The reason I'm asking all these questions is because unless you're planting an acre of corn or green beans, the single row manual planter for about $70 is the way to go. You have a variety of seed plates with it, too.

IMHO, running across your ground with a single row planter would result in needless compaction. At least think about a 2 row planter. Even then, you're probably talking about at least $150.

If you've prepared the ground correctly, those manual planters are pretty quick. Pretty stingy on the seed, too. But to answer your original question, yes, they make single row, tool bar type planters. Good luck, partner.

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Bob Edwards

05-09-2001 09:27:18
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 Re: Re: Re: Re: ONE ROW PLANTER in reply to Ninh Hoa, 03-14-2000 11:30:39  
Yes, 'small' durable planters are still made for one row planting, and the same unit can be used in 2, 3 or 4 unit configurations. They are made by Powell Manufacturing Co., in Bennettsville, SC 800-845-9087
email: sales@powellmfg.com
website: http://www.powellmfg.com
The model to see is their Cole Planter, model
12 MX, which is available with or without 3-point mounting adapters, but the adaptor would be worth the $. They are made from cast iron & steel, very durable and there are about 15 different seed plates available, and about 4 different rate control gears used in combination with the plates to dispense whatever, from the biggest lima bean to tomatoe seeds or spinach. A second hopper dispenses fertilizer or dry manufactured limestone sand from about 35 to 650 pounds per acre.
I use a 1980 model, still in mint condition, still uses current-production parts, and if kept clean should last a lifetime........they are great!

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