Speed Planter

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How many pots can I do per minute?
A: Given that you can deliver the plants and cheap viagra pill pots to and from the Speed Planter, buy viagra advice you can do the cialis buy following per minute:
1 Gallons: 25 to 30
2 Gallons: 20 to 30
5 Gallons: 16 to 20
These numbers are approximate and will depend on other factors such as types and size of buy cheapest online place cialis plants, help etc.

Q: What size and shape of pots can I use?
A: Square, round, and hexagon etc.  You can fill and plant most any pot that will fit on the Speed Planter.  The pots can be made from almost any material.  The Speed Planter will not plant bags very well.  You can fill flats with the Speed Planter, illness but it was not designed as flat filler.  See Specifications: minimum and maximum sizes.

Q: How long does it take me to change pot sizes?
A: You can change pot sizes in less than a minute

Q:  Can I take Speed Planter to the field to transplant my plants?
A: Yes, the Speed Planter is the most mobile trans-planter on the market today.  It is farm towable and generic cipro 500mg has a generator stand mounted on it.  It takes a 7 to 8 KW industrial generator to power Speed Planter in the field.  The wheels also rotate 90 degrees so the Speed Planter can be towed down a row sideways to facilitate transplanting.

Q: What happens to the excess soil?
A: The excess soil falls through the get a coupon to try viagra feed table bars and is pulled to the auger and deposited back into the bin by the elevator.

Q: Can I adjust the speed of the feed table?
A:  Yes, you can adjust the feed table speed from 0-50 pots per minute.

Q: How much power do I need to run the Speed Planter?
A: 30 amp of 220, single-phase power.  This is equivalent to either your stove or your clothes dryer.

Q: What other equipment will I need?
A: The Speed Planter is a complete machine, with feed table, 3 cubic yard soil bin and soil return.  It is helpful to have accumulation table and/or skate rollers at the beginning and end of the feed table.