[Market-farming] seeders and spiders

robbins hail robbinshail at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 30 10:40:59 EST 2004


We keep a 1 foot length of baling wire tied to our Earthway handle to run 
through the seed shute each time before using because there are always 
spider webs there. It's really fast and saves hours of frustration!
Robbins

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>    1. (no subject) (The Blankleys)
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>Date: Sun, 28 Nov 2004 13:56:48 -0500
>From: "The Blankleys" <blankley at core.com>
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>Hello.  Does anyone have a good resource for those tall black buckets used
>to hold flowers sold at market?  I seen plenty at the local craft stores 
>but
>they are used to hold their dried and fake flowers and not for sale
>themselves.  Thanks so much    georgene blankley   (farmer's daughter's
>organics)
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>Looking at the new Johnny's catalog. For a long while, I have been
>needing a seeder to plant small seeds in relatively short rows,
>10'-100'. I have heard negative reports on Earthways.
>
>Willie,
>
>Well Willie, we have used the Earthway seeder for 5 years now and we really 
>like it.  I am not sure of the problems you have heard, but it works great 
>for us.  Our rows are on average 60' long and we seed about 6000 sq. ft.
>
>Courtney
>Herb Thyme
>Middlefield, Oh
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>Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 09:19:48 -0600
>From: "Marie Kamphefner" <kampy at grm.net>
>Subject: RE: [Market-farming] Seeder
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>I have had good luck with the Earthways except when the ground is rough
>and when the mud dobbers built a nest in one.
>
>Marie in Missouri
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>
>Looking at the new Johnny's catalog. For a long while, I have been
>needing a seeder to plant small seeds in relatively short rows,
>10'-100'. I have heard negative reports on Earthways.
>
>Willie,
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>Message: 4
>Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 09:24:42 -0600
>From: "Wiediger, Alison" <awiediger at HART.k12.ky.us>
>Subject: RE: [Market-farming] Seeder
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>Not just mud daubers either, folks.  Spiders LOVE to build webs in the seed
>drop channel.  We always check that the seed is dropping before we use 
>ours.
>Paul has gotten really good at taking it apart to clean out the webs.  Just
>be careful, we have black widows, and the channel is perfect environment 
>for
>them.
>
>Alison Wiediger, Au Naturel Farm
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> > From: 	Marie Kamphefner[SMTP:kampy at grm.net]
> > Reply To: 	Market Farming
> > Sent: 	Monday, November 29, 2004 9:19 AM
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> > Subject: 	RE: [Market-farming] Seeder
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> > I have had good luck with the Earthways except when the ground is rough
> > and when the mud dobbers built a nest in one.
> >
> > Marie in Missouri
> >
> >
> > Looking at the new Johnny's catalog. For a long while, I have been
> > needing a seeder to plant small seeds in relatively short rows,
> > 10'-100'. I have heard negative reports on Earthways.
> >
> > Willie,
> >
> >
> >
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