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About used Leek planting machines

Leeks can be planted using various planting machines. The various leek planting machines each have their own advantages and leek growers can choose a specific type of leek planter.

Leek hole punching machine

Leek hole punching machines from Basrijs, for example, press a hole in the soil, and the leeks are then planted by hand. The advantage of this simple leek hole punching machine is that the leek can be planted straight and deep enough. But the disadvantage of this planting machine is that the soil becomes compacted when the planting holes are pressed so that the soil does not have the ideal structure for the young leeks to grow.

Planting disc machine

Planting machines with a disc system, like Super Prefer and Accord, are simple planting machines with which leeks can be planted at speed. The disadvantage of this type of leek planter is that the leeks are not (always) planted straight and not (always) deep enough.

Leek planters with a linear planting system

The linear planting system of the Gregoire Besson Cemag ensures that the leeks are completely straight in the soil with the roots around and straight under the plant. The linear planting system works as follows: The leek plants are put on a belt which transports them between two holding belts. These holding belts take the plants to a long pincer. The belts move backwards at the same speed the leek planter moves forward. This means that the leek plants hang stationary in relation to the soil. The plant furrow is then filled up with soil and pressed down. The leek has now been planted straight with the roots downwards in soil that is not compacted.