How Does A Vegetable Planter Guarantee Vegetable Yield?


  It is said that the plan of the year is in the spring […]

  It is said that the plan of the year is in the spring, and the same is true for the planting of vegetables. Planning for vegetable transplanting in the spring is the basis for ensuring the yield of the current crop. There is also a saying that everything is difficult at the beginning. In the early stage of vegetable field production, transplanting can be said to be a difficult problem. For a long time, the transplanting of vegetables has been a manual operation, which is labor-intensive, low inefficiency, poor in transplanting quality, and fails to meet the psychological requirements. Because manual operation can not keep the distance between seedlings and plant spacing, it deviates from the predetermined trajectory unknowingly, which affects the quality and yield of vegetables, and also affects the later management and mechanical harvesting.

  The vegetable planter can not only improve the quality and yield of vegetables, but also reduce labor intensity and achieve a variety of operations together: rotary tillage, ridge, fertilization, mulching, drip irrigation, soil pressing, spraying, watering, and transplanting. Moreover, the structure is relatively simple, the operation is convenient, the vegetable farmer is easy to control, and can be used after being connected with the tractor. Plant spacing, row spacing, and transplanting depth can be adjusted according to needs and can be operated in a single row or multiple rows at the same time as needed. Moreover, the vegetable planter waters the seedlings at the same time, which ensures that the transplanting and watering are in the same hole, which improves the transplanting quality of the seedlings and saves water.

  To do a good job in vegetable transplanting, only the transplanter is not enough. The prerequisite for the transplanter to effectively carry out the transplanting operation is to have high-standard and high-quality land preparation and cultivation and to have better quality vegetable seedlings. The requirements for land preparation and cultivation are level ground, finely divided soil, and a deep plowing layer. It is required that the seedlings be reared in a regular manner, the soil is firm, the plants are erect and strong, disease-free, and the size is appropriate because the seedlings that are too large will be damaged, clipped, and missed when transplanting, while the too small seedlings will survive after planting. The quality is poor, and the seedlings will also be damaged during the planting process. Therefore, with good ground and good seedlings, the vegetable planter can run smoothly.

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