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Earthway Precision Garden Seeder Model 1001-B
Earthway Precision Garden Seeder Model 1001-B
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The Earthway Precision Garden Seeder is the seeder I personally use to plant our garden. 5 Star Rated. Works great !

An ideal row crop planter, the Earthway Precision Garden seeder 1001-B is a tool that takes the guesswork out of planting any row crop. Hereís how it works: install one of the precision seed plates that best fits your seed, then adjust the depth of planting on the ground opener, and then set your 30Ē long row marker for the desired width, then fill the seed hopper with seeds, then begin pushing in your well tilled soil, thatís it. The results will speak for themselves when days later you look at your garden and see all the row crops come out of the ground at the same time; perfect, making you the envy of all gardeners who donít have the 1001-B.

Standard Seed plates included with the 1001-B are: 18100 sweet corn, 18101 radish, leeks, spinach, 18102 carrots, lettuce, turnips, 18103 beans, small peas, 18104 Jumbo peas, 18105 beets, okra, Swiss chard.

Optional Seed Plate Kit part #60010, includes 18108 Light Carrot, 18109 Broccoli, 18110 Cucumbers, 18112 Popcorn, 18124 Lima beans. NOT INCLUDED

Item Code: LWN-52100

Earthway Precision Garden Seeder Model 1001-B

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By Bob Morgan
June 14, 2010
Earthway Precision Garden Seeder Model 1001-B
If your soil is just right, then it works well. I did have some difficulty planting fava beans, but they are huge and the plate had difficulty picking them up.