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Advice needed on planters please

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GreenAcre

07-11-2018 17:23:48




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I've planted about 1.5 acres in purple hulls for the last 3 years, done well and want to expand my hobby. The garden is clay, the first thing I learned is to plant on hills instead of flat so it drains. I have a John Deere 25-b planter and the skeleton of another one. This year I had one big hill under my tractor with 2 rows on it, done by offsetting the planter and going one way then back the other. I think id do better next year by having two rows on two hills under the tractor, and two planters to plant them at the same time. So some of my questions are: Where can I get parts for the other 25-b? And 2., I see lister type planters, would these also work on top of the hills if I just control how far down they go? All advice considered and appreciated, thanks.

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DeltaRed

07-11-2018 18:45:23




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 Re: Advice needed on planters please in reply to GreenAcre, 07-11-2018 17:23:48  
A lister will not work on top of a bed. You need a 'surface planter'. something with a double disk opener.JD 70,or 71;IH 185 would be prefect for your needs.These are also known as 'unit planters'. They can be mounted on any tool bar(2 1/4 diamond is most common).As many rows,and at any row width you desire.



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