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Assessing the paper pot transplanter

publication date: Nov 1, 2014
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paper potConsider a tool that would allow you, by yourself, to transplant 264 plants in one minute — from a standing position. Unbelievable? Not for growers who have seen the paper chain pot transplanter. Now in use on more than 100 small vegetable and flower farms across North America, the paper chain pot system is proving to be a good fit for certain crops and situations and not so good for others.


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