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525 Bed Transplanter
The Mechanical Transplanter 525 is an excellent close spacing
bed transplanter that works well in any soil condition. Even
in previously unplantable conditions, our exclusive Float Wheel
Direct Drive system provides positive plant spacing without wheel
- Plant spacing as close as 2-1/2" in the row.
- Plants 6 rows as close as 9" apart between rows.
- Twin hydraulic cylinders with equalizer for even lifting.
- Heavy duty tubular framework.
- Optional double disc shoe cuts trash left in the beds.
550 Bed Planter
The Mechanical Transplanter 550L is designed to plant taller
seedling with close spacing. This bed planter also features our direct
drive system for positive plant spacing with no wheel slippage. Each
planting unit has a large diameter center disc to hold taller seedlings
with up to an 18" top and a deep 10" suction point shoe.
Plant spacing from 3 1/2" and up in the row.
Plants 5 rows as close as 11" apart between rows.
Twin hydraulic cylinders with equalizer for even
Heavy duty tubular framework.
580 Bed Planter Unit
The Mechanical Transplanter 580 is similar to our
Model 550LU, but with a much larger pocket and a
wider 3" shoe. This unit is designed to handle a broader rooted
plant, such as daylilies. The Model 580 can be used as a single row
or a multi-row system on a toolbar with rows as close as 22" apart.
The Model 580 utilizes our positive spacing float wheel drive
front hitch, which also prepares the soil in front of each
Large diameter disc with our large V-3 style pockets
for large balky plants with up to 18" tops and 7" deep root
Deep 10" suction point shoe that is 3" wide
Plant spacing from 5 1/2" and up in the row.
Row spacing as close as 22" on the same toolbar.
Plants 5 rows as close as 11" apart between rows
when mounted in bed planter frame.
Our "Direct Drive" float wheel drive system
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3 Row 580 Bed Planter
1980 Nursery Transplanter
The Mechanical Transplanter Model 1980 is one of the best
units available for planting small to mid-sized nursery seedlings.
The 1980 plants at ground speed for ideal plant placement.
The large coulter, 4" by 12" shoe, and covering disc
all work the soil for optimum plant placement. This allows for
- The direct drive, provided by two non-directional tires,
gives evenly spaced, straight plant lines without wheel slippage.
- The large plant boxes, with an easy to use baffle, pulls
the plants to the operator when needed.
The 2000 is by far the largest of all the Mechanical Transplanters.
Being a 1/3 larger than most units, the 2000 is able to handle
4 to 5 year old Taxus and tree whips up to 5 feet in height.
The pockets, driven by front non-direction tires, move at ground speed
inside the long shoe which gives the roots time to spread
out before they are firmly packed in place.
- Large neoprene pockets that will hold any size plant.
- Huge plant boxes have conveyer belt driven by simple foot
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