[Market-farming] Jang Seeder
artisanfarms at gmail.com
Mon Feb 20 14:48:10 EST 2012
I have a three row Jang and use it for fine seeds. It does a nice job of
singulating the seed once the brush is adjusted properly. It definitely
likes spherical seeds like radish better than elongated seeds like carrot
and takes some practice to determine the proper seed wheels and brush
settings for the elongated or irregularly shaped seeds.
On Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 12:31 PM, S Brocaar <sjfb at worldpath.net> wrote:
> Hello All,
> We are in the market for a tool to help us with seeding. After years of
> doing all our field direct seeding by hand, including using the vibrator
> seeder for the last couple seasons (great for small amounts of fine seed
> seeding into trays), we have to do something else to be more time
> My Mother's old Earthway seeder worked sorta alright for beans last year;
> definitely does not work well in our soils for fine seed crops. We will
> continue to use the Earthway for legumes.
> I read good things about the Jang push seeders. Anyone with experience
> same that they would share? I am looking at the single row model; also
> thinking about the 3-row push model as well. Pros/cons? Does anyone use the
> double opening disk and/or double shoe options? We are working
> 1 acre, often rocky, sandy loam, fair drainage, raised beds, intensive
> production; hoping to move to nearly year round cropping in the next year
> so. Getting ready to plant peas this week in our new Rolling Thunder!
> Thanks for any advice.
> Sandy Brocaar
> MiVida Gardens
> Growing Natures Way in Silver Lake, NH
> (Mount Washington Valley in NH)
> Now - Zone 5B (I think) - altho this winter it is more like zone 6/7 - only
> 3 nights below 0F
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