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Agrowplow is first choice for vineyards and orchard seeders

Ideal for vineyards along with macadamias or orchards this range of Agrowplow’s compact seeders packs huge value into a 2m wide machine

Ideal for vineyards along with macadamias or orchards this range of Agrowplow’s compact seeders packs huge value into a 2m wide machine

Managing your vineyards and orchards just got easier with the release of Agroplow’s expanded range of Vineyard Seeders.

The first of these seeders was made in Agrowplow’s factory in the Central West of NSW and is on its way to Mudgee NSW.

Depending on soil conditions there is the choice of the Agrowplow 425 coil tyne or 401 double-disc undercarriage

This region is renowned for the quality of its wines, making it the perfect place for the new vineyard seeder to see action.

The seeders are specifically designed to provide the ideal sowing platform for vignerons, orchardists, and other growers with narrow spaces between trees.

These seeders offer the full benefits and options available on Agrowplow’s standard range of seed drills.

Such as trailing rollers, harrows, and small seeds boxes, within a compact package that allows these farmers to maximise crop emergence.

The strength of the seeder range is in the flexibility of the machine.

Multiple row spacing options, tyne undercarriage, hopper capacities, and a wide array of optional extras.

Agroplow has expanded its range of Vineyard and Orchard seeders to be available with 10, 11, or 12 sowing rows with 150, 159 or 175mm row spacings

This all means farmers can customise their Agrowdrill Vineyard Seeder to suit a range of conditions and crop varieties.

Whether it’s vineyards, macadamias, or orchards, Agrowplow’s range of vineyard seeders packs huge value into a compact 2m wide machine.

Seeders are available with 10, 11, or 12 sowing rows with the choice of Agrowplow’s 425 coil tyne or the 401 double-disc undercarriage.

This allows farmers to get optimal seed placement regardless of whether they’re dealing with high trash conditions, rocky country, or minimum-till operations.

They are available in single or dual hopper variants with 150, 159 or 175mm (6, 6.26 or 6.9-in) row spacings.

An optional small seeds box can be fitted for sowing grasses such as lucerne, clover, and ryegrass.

And trailing options such as harrows and rubber tyre rollers allow farmers to achieve the ideal seedbed to promote germination.

Davimac Group Relationship Manager Dean Symons says he’s excited to bring this versatile platform to market.

“The Vineyard Seeder has a lot of value; I’m looking forward to being able to get it into our dealers’ yards so we can demo it for macadamia farmers on the Queensland coast to vignerons in south-west Western Australia.”

The Agrowplow Vineyard Seeder range is available now.

See the Agrowplow website http:agrowplow.com.au/seed-drills or contact your Agrowplow dealer on 1300 722 491 or at www.agrowplow.com.au/find-a-dealer

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