Dutchman Tree Spades | Planter Overview

By: Dutchman Tree Spade  09-12-2011

• Shade Tree Planter shoes range from: 14”, 16”, 18”, 20” and 24”

• Seedling Planter shoes range from: 6”, 8” , 10” and 12”

• Shade Tree Planters are equipped with a single seat and walking platform on either side

• Shade Tree Planter side racks can carry a total of 1,200 WHIPS or 400 Bracketed trees

• Interchangeable shoes

• Replaceable cutting edges

• Optional adjustable row markers

• Two packing wheels

• Adjustable back fill blades

• Double clevis pins for higher torque tractors

• Capable of planting up to 8,000 trees daily (depending on conditions)


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