Brief introduction of corn planter
It is hand-operated corn planter machine with double bins, and its capacity is 0.5acre/h, widely applying to sow maize, peanut, soybean, wheat, sorghum etc. This planter is mainly composed of feeding hopper, a big wheel, two handles, soil digger, soil cover part and seed sowing part.
Two persons are needed when operation, and it is easy to use and operate. The green axis outside the storage bin of the seeder control the seed dropping and screws off the green axis can change the storage bin. The spacing of sowing depends on the speed of operator.
Technical parameter of corn planter
Working principle of corn planter
- The front person pulls the belt of the front wheel, and the back person pushes the machine to control the direction.
- Soil digger firstly digs the soil within certain depth.
- Then the seeds inside sowing device fall down the ground gradually following with the movement of two operators.
- Finally, the back little wheel covers the seeds by soil.
Advantage of corn planter
- Planting corn machine can plant many crops such as Corn, bean, peanut, wheat.
- Corn planter for sale is light in weight and easy in operation.
- The seeds drop into the field evenly and have high survival rate.
- It is easy to change the seed sowing bins so as to plant different crops.
- Its structure is simple, which enable it easy to install and disassemble.
- Most important, this manual corn planting machine has low price, and everyone can afford it.
Successful case of corn planter
In March,2019, 1100 sets peanut plant machines were delivered to Nigeria, and you can click the following lick to view more information about the delivery news.
FAQ of corn planter
- Can corn seeds mix with fertilizer?
No, you can’t, fertilizer will damage the corn seedlings
- What does this corn planter apply for?
Corn, bean, peanut, wheat.
- How many people are needed during operation?
- Why does one planter can plant different crops?
Because the seeds sowing device can be changed according to the size of different crops.
- Can I control the sowing speed?
Yes, of course.