The Use Process Of Manual Fertilizer Seeder

  • It is very important to pilot the Manual Fertilizer Seeder before use. Regardless of the type of Manual Fertilizer Seeder, you need to test its effect and seeding quality before use, especially the depth and density of the Manual Fertilizer Seeder, so that the Manual Fertilizer Seeder can avoid problems when it officially starts. If these two points are not well mastered, it will directly affect whether the seedlings can emerge in the later stage. The following is a brief introduction to the precautions in the use of Manual Fertilizer Seeder.

    Precautions during the use of Manual Fertilizer Seeder:

    1. Before use, check whether the seeding parts are defective, whether there is any foreign matter in the seeding box, and fill the parts that need to be filled with oil;
    2. When precision sowing, the seeds should be selected strictly, and the seeds should not be mixed with straws, stones and other sundries. They should be dry and clean to avoid blocking the seeding opening and affecting the sowing quality of Manual Fertilizer Seeder;
    3. Do a single port flow test to ensure the accuracy of Manual Fertilizer Seeder;
    4. The Manual Fertilizer Seeder should avoid parking as much as possible during operation. When it is necessary to stop, in order to prevent the phenomenon of "broken strips", the machine should be raised and backed for a certain distance before seeding. When descending, make the tractor move slowly;
    5. During the operation of Manual Fertilizer Seeder, the maintenance of machinery and debris should be carried out when the unit is parked and stabilized; when the Manual Fertilizer Seeder is parked for adjustment, the power of the machine should be cut off;
    6. In the operating state of the Manual Fertilizer Seeder, if the unit needs to be transported for a long distance before turning, it should be raised to cut off the power of the seed meter;
    7. When the Manual Fertilizer Seeder sows seeds mixed with pesticides, sowing personnel should wear protective tools such as gloves, masks, and goggles. The remaining seeds should be handled promptly and properly, and they should not be dumped or thrown around in order to avoid environmental pollution and harm to humans and animals;
    8. Clean the Corn Sheller after use, and apply butter to the chain and other parts to prevent rust.