row marker

row marker

In land mine warfare, a natural, artificial, or specially installed marker, located at the start or finish of a mine row where mines are laid by individual rows. See also marker.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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A front-mounted, 3-1/2-foot cutter bar mower cost $19.50, a 20-inch pull-behind reel lawn mower sold for $17.50 and a 1-row Columbia seeder with fertilizer attachment and row marker went for $26.65.
As you would expect from a professional-grade tool, this planter tracks well, and its row marker doesn't skip.
As you would expect with a professional-grade tool, this planter tracks well, and its row marker doesn't skip.
After the seedbed was prepared, a row marker was drawn across the field leaving marks in one direction only.
They were trying to set row marker strings, but the dog wanted to play.
Lower the row marker on the side toward the field, place the check wire through the fork and pulleys and close the pulley holder.
First, to make sure the seeds were dropped at proper intervals, a drag-type row marker was pulled crosswise across the field.
I read about one farmer who didn't want to pre-mark his fields with a row marker, so he tied a rag on the planter wheel.
So we love the row markers from Le Jardinet that help you form perfectly straight rows.
For an adult, create a starter gardening kit--seed packets or catalogs, a gardening book, row markers, composting instructions, etc.