Introduction To The Composition Of Planting Machine

  • The following are the main parts of Planting Machine:
    1. On-demand unit

    It is a device that can dig pallet cells. It will produce uniform holes or acupuncture points before planting.

    1. Vermiculite drum (vermiculite distributor)

    After seeding, the dispenser dispenses vermiculite. Due to its water retention capacity, the use of vermiculite is ideal for seed germination.

    1. Watering device

    The watering rod waters the seeds in the exact amount needed. Compared with manual watering, it is precise and accurate.

    Drum planter
    The drum planter is a machine that creates holes in the soil otherwise called "on-demand".

    The seeds are then placed in the holes and then covered with vermiculite, perlite, sand, peat, water and stacks.

    The drum is variable, and you can plant various types of seeds into various types of trays.

    There are 3 types of drums in a drum planter:
    1. Single drum seeding head
    This type has electronic speed control on the conveyor belt. The seeding drum allows many seeds per hole without the need to replace the drum. (The transport conveyor belt is responsible for transporting the pallets to the other parts of the planter. Its design is similar to a belt with pulleys. It moves in a continuous loop.)

    1. Double drum seeding head

    This type of roller allows the seeds to be arranged in a staggered cell pattern. (The staggered cell pattern is an arrangement or order. The cell is the space in the tray where soil and seeds are placed.)

    1. Three drum planter
      This type of drum allows three different types of seeds to be planted. It is recommended to plant flowers of different colors.

    The importance of these planters
    Both planters are very important because they can save time and effort.

    Why use planters in nurseries?
    Because there will be no extra seeds. Save money by buying seeds that only need to be sown. Compared with manual seeding, the use of a planter will not waste seeds, and manual seeding is easy to waste seeds due to calculation errors and other factors.
    Since the planter provides the correct spacing, the planter can help the nursery achieve uniformity. This leads to better growth and survival of seeds and plants.
    How should the nursery choose the right planter?
    The choice of planter will depend on certain factors:

    Cost-How much are you willing to spend for the planter? Can I save more money by buying one?
    Planting speed-how fast can the planter plant seeds?
    Flexibility-can the planter sow different kinds of seeds or just one kind?
    Production-do you need to seed a lot? Is manual labor enough?
    Which planter should you choose?
    If you want to use a planter to sow the same kind of seeds at once, then the best choice is a bar planter. However, if you want to sow multiple seeds at once, use a drum planter.

    According to needs, one can obtain a planter suitable for the needs of the nursery (as described in Planter Types).

    in conclusion
    Planting is difficult and tiring, but because of the invention of the planter, planting is easier to succeed. Vegetable Seed Planter Machine is definitely a must-have for horticulturists, gardens, greenhouses, etc.