Vegetable Planter are generally divided into two types: semi-automatic pot seedling transplanter and full-automatic transplanter. The main difference between the two types lies in the automation degree of seedling feeding. Semi-automatic pot seedling transplanter usually uses manual seedling feeding, while full-automatic transplanter uses automatic seedling picking. The following is a detailed introduction, let's get to know it.
There are three common hole planting methods for semi-automatic pot seedling transplanters. One is to use a duckbill planter to manually place the pot seedling cups into a cylinder distributed around the circumference. When the cylinder is moved above the planter, the circumferential operation closing opening will automatically open. The pot seedling cups just fall into the duckbill planter. When the planter enters the soil, the force causes the duckbill to open, leaving the pot seedling cups in the soil hole. The other is to use a clamping type planter. After the bare seedlings or bowl seedling cups are manually placed into the opened clips, the clips will move to close until inserted into the soil. The clips will open under the action of force, and the seedlings will remain in the soil. Another is to use flexible disk transplanters, such as Japan's Kubota semi-automatic green onion transplanter. During the working process, the two flexible disks are alternately opened and clamped. The naked seedling or bowl seedling cup is manually placed to the opened part of the disc, and then the disc rotates by a certain angle. During the rotation process, the disc always clamps the seedlings.
The above is the analysis of the characteristics of the vegetable planting machine. The use of the vegetable planting machine will greatly improve the planting efficiency of vegetables and further increase the yield of crops. It is an indispensable tool for modern planting.