Seeders Info




Seeder Designs

Whether you are seeding flats for transplanting or direct seeding in a high tunnel or in the field, a seeder is a wise investment. Using the proper seeder can save time, limit seed waste, and improve germination rates and yields. 

  • Single-Row Seeders - These seeders plant a single row at a time, ensuring precise placement of seeds in a variety of bed spacing situations. Perfect for beds consisting of a single row or for spacing not available with multiple-row seeders, these seeders can accommodate several seed sizes while adjustable settings drop seeds at specified spacing. Optional upgrades are available, such as the row marker, which marks the next row to be seeded, or the fertilizer hopper, which allows side dressing during seeding. Gang multiple seeders together to seed multiple rows with one pass!
  • Four-Row Seeders - These seeders plant up to four rows at a time and feature multiple adjustment points to allow for a large variety of seed size and spacing options. Direct drive makes monitoring seed drop easy. Four hoppers spaced 2-1/4" apart with variable depth and seed flow control. Hoppers can be left empty to plant fewer rows at a time with greater space between rows. Drive shaft features drilled dibbles to match specific seed sizes. Drops seed at 1" intervals.
  • Six-Row Seeders - These seeders are ideal for tight and/or quick planting. Up to six rows can be planted at a time, or hoppers can be left empty to achieve several between-row spacing options. Hoppers spaced at 2-1/4" with variable depth and flow control. Multiple adjustment points allow for a variety of seed sizes and drop frequencies. With a 15" width, two quick passes seed an entire 30" bed as the front roller evens the planting surface and a rear roller closes the furrow.
  • Jab-Type Seeders - These seeders can be used for applications not suited for other seeder types. Depth can be adjusted according to requirements. While jab-type planters can be used in open ground, they are unique in that they can be used to plant through plastic mulch, making them useful when planting crops like melons, cucumbers, and squash.
  • Vacuum Seeders - Save time by seeding an entire flat at once. Used to seed flats for transplanting. With several plates designed for specific seed sizes and tray layouts, you can seed any combination with ease and precision. Utilizes vacuum pressure to secure seed to a custom plate. When vacuum pressure is released, seeds fall into appropriate cells.
  • Hand Seeders - Transplanting requires precision, which is what hand seeders are designed to provide. Allowing for a variety of seed sizes, these seeders are easy to use and take guesswork and sloppiness out of hand seeding.