Advantages Of Using Rice Planting Machine

Seeding Machine At this humidity level, the soil can make the seedlings stand upright.

What is Rice Planting Machine?
Machine transplantation involves the use of machines to sow young rice seedlings onto water and soil.

Why Rice Planting Machine?
Machine transplanting requires considerably less time and labor than manual transplanting (1-2 hectares/person/day vs. 0.07 hectares/person/day).

Advantages: machine transplant
Quick and effective (1-2 hectares/d), use less labor, and ensure timely sowing.
Reduce stress, workload and health risks.
Ensure even spacing and plant density.
The seedlings recover quickly, the sub-till is strong, and the maturity is even.
How to pass Rice Planting Machine?
Seedlings are grown in special mat nurseries or seedling trays. Every 100 m 2 nursery uses 18 – 25 kg of good seeds per hectare.
12 to 15 days after seeding (DAS), the seedlings will be ready for transplantation.
Ensure that the fields are carefully configured and graded.
Drain the field and allow the mud to settle 1--2 days after the final ironmaking.
The underground soil layer must be hard enough to support the transplanter.
When a stick is used to leave a small "V" mark in the puddle-like soil, the soil is ready. Seeding Machine At this humidity level, the soil can make the seedlings stand upright.
The soil should not be so dry that it adheres to and interferes with the planting parts or wheels of the transplanter.
Load the seedling mat into the machine and transplant the seedlings under the selected machine setting.