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Does Anybody Have Any Idea What This Is?

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lmahlum123

07-11-2018 14:05:35




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Does anybody know what this is?

My guess is a tree planter but missing a liquid tank??
Value?






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allisfan

07-12-2018 04:57:25




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 Re: Does Anybody Have Any Idea What This Is? in reply to lmahlum123, 07-11-2018 14:05:35  
I have used one of those when I was a youngster to plant tobacco, missing the water tank.



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DeltaRed

07-11-2018 17:18:17




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 Re: Does Anybody Have Any Idea What This Is? in reply to lmahlum123, 07-11-2018 14:05:35  
We used one to plant tomatoesin the early '80s. Now guys here are planting hemp with them.



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lmahlum123

07-11-2018 14:43:11




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 Re: Does Anybody Have Any Idea What This Is? in reply to lmahlum123, 07-11-2018 14:05:35  
Makes sense,
One of the farms previous owners planted strawberries.
Thank you,



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olgentdc

07-11-2018 14:12:03




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 Re: Does Anybody Have Any Idea What This Is? in reply to lmahlum123, 07-11-2018 14:05:35  
Tobacco,strawberry , peper , tomato , sweet potato planter . the water tank was mounted on the tractor and gravity fed back. this style planter was common in the 50s which give way to the chain finger type transplanter in the 60s.which give way to the plastic junk rotisary -sissy planter in the mid 80s.



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