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Re: pumpkin seed plates

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Rollie NE PA

05-12-2013 17:51:34

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I have an old Mccormick two row planter on my cub. I have seed plates I use to plant pumpkins in hills. I adjust the planter drive speed to what ever spacing I want. I also have plates for string beans.

If you want I can get the plate numbers and get back to you.

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Kevin Happke

05-12-2013 22:18:33

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 Re: pumpkin seed plates in reply to Rollie NE PA, 05-12-2013 17:51:34  
Could I please get the plate numbers also? Last year for a vegetable farmer I made adapter for a standard plate taking a piece of sheet metal from a furance duct and laying the plate on top of the sheet metal traced the outer diameter of the plate and also the inside hole and then cut out the inside hole and the outside diameter then placing the plate back on top of the sheet metal marked every third seed spot and cut in about 1/4 inch on each side of the spots marked and then bent those spots down at a 90 degree angle and then put sheet metal on top of the plate with the bent down tabs into the hole and put it in the seed box on a IH 56 planter and it worked great to plate Zucchini Squash at the desired space

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