Planter setup for gardening

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Planter setup for gardening

Postby Mht » Sun Aug 23, 2020 11:19 am

I’m slowly getting a cub runner planter (174 maybe) set up on a cub dedicated to planting a big garden. Everything is complete up to the hoppers. I have two refurbished bottoms and controls for the old style galvanized hoppers but no good hoppers. I have two good fiberglass hoppers but no good bottoms so I’m still searching for fertilizer parts but don’t think that will be a problem. I can always buy a new one at agri supply reasonably enough. I have accumulated a combination hopper and base that are in great shape. I have a poax hopper and base in great shape. And I have a great condition single seed hopper but no base. I have always wanted a richmond hopper and base to actually use because of the smaller size hopper. I know it uses the same plates as the combination hopper. I have numerous plates both original and modern lustran corn plates many which have been modified for different seed and spacing. My main question in all this rambling is whether there is any practical difference between a combination hopper and richmond hopper in actual use planting besides seed capacity

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