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Pot Planter Wholesale Hot Selling PP Garden Stackable Self Watering Planter Pot

Pot Planter Wholesale Hot Selling PP Garden Stackable Self Watering Planter Pot

$1.48 - $1.98
Min Order: 500 pieces
Commercial Buyer: Hotels
Occasion: Giveaways
Design Style: Contemporary
Room Space: Dorm Room
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Planting corn, whether on large farmlands or on a small garden, requires a significant amount of physical labour. To make farming easier and more efficient, corn planters do the hard work, while farmers can focus on other tasks. There is a wide variety of maize planters on the market — from corn seed planters and sweet corn planters to corn seeders. By stocking up on wholesale corn planters, customers that have specific corn planting needs are able to find the right corn planter for their specific needs.

While corn planters are a useful product to stock up on for your retail store, it is important to know the right type of corn planters that you should buy, before making a bulk purchase. There are several different corn planters on the market, and the choice of corn planters depends on the usage of your customers. Below are some commonly used corn planters:

No till planters:

For customers who would like to minimize labor as much as possible, no till planters are a great bet. These planters make corn planting easy by opening the soil, depositing the seeds, and closing back the soil in a simple and efficient mechanism. They typically cost around $600 - $800 per wholesale unit.

Row crop planters:

Row crop planters are also a great farm mechanical equipment that plants seeds in the soil while arranging them in multiple rows. Row planters are attached to a tractor and are pulled by it to plant seeds in the soil. There are multiple types of row planters, including 2 row corn planters and 4 row corn planters. These planters can range between $200 to $4000 based on size and quality.

Antique seed planters:

While antique seed planters may be traditional in use, they are still very effective. They work by simply being pressed into the soil to drop a selected number of seeds into the soil - either one or two - when pressed. These hand corn planters do a simple but great job of planting seeds on most soils. Antique seed planters costs range between $400 to $600.

Find a variety of corn seeders for sale at wholesale prices on today!