Broadcast seeder


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Broadcast seeder

An implement for planting small grain that was designed to approximate hand broadcasting. See Endgate seeder.
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Plant It: A simple broadcast seeder is all you need to spread the seed and possibly the fertilizer and lime.
An 1882 Wayne catalog lists the company's products as the Richmond Champion grain drill, the Richmond broadcast seeder, the Champion 1-row corn drill, the Indiana walking cultivator, the Richmond Royce self-rake reaper, the improved Richmond mower and Moon's patent lever fodder-cutting box.
You can also use a broadcast seeder that you mount on a tractor or ATV, or an inexpensive hand-crank or push-rotary seeder to distribute the seed.
I built a simple homemade broadcast seeder that bolts to the front of our ranch truck to spew the seeds as I drive.
Planters and drills are great, but for small plots a broadcast seeder is economical and ATV-mounted units can also be used for lime and fertilizer applications, increasing utility.
As soon as the ground can be worked in early to mid-April, Mike seeds the oats with a broadcast seeder and disks them in lightly just before seeding the hay.
Seeds are planted using a drill or broadcast seeder.
You can overseed by aerial application, with a broadcast seeder mounted on a tractor, or on small acreage, with a manually operated spin seeder.
One of the earliest seeding developments was the broadcast seeder that relied on a fluted spinner beneath a seed reservoir to cast seed out in a predictable pattern as the planter walked across the field.
Some of the products that fall under this category are broadcast seeders, seed drills, precision drills, air seeders and transplanting equipments.
Some growers use broadcast seeders, which are inexpensive but not very precise.
Eventually, the company's line consisted of hoe, disk, shoe and press drills and broadcast seeders.
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