How to choose the most suitable transplanter machine？
As agriculture strides into modernization, the spotlight is on self-propelled and crawler-type transplanter machines.
To better meet the demands of agricultural production, we present a comprehensive comparison of these two machines to assist farmers in making informed decisions when purchasing equipment.
Self-Propelled Transplanter Machine:
- Suited for small working rows, such as 2 rows and 4 rows. However, it is strongly discouraged for planting areas exceeding 4 rows.
- Not recommended for planting spaces less than 15 centimeters.
- Primarily designed for small fields, such as greenhouses, large plots, hilly terrain, and can also efficiently work with ridges. Its compact size and user-friendly operation make it suitable for various environments.
Crawler-Type Transplanter Machine:
- The most significant difference from self-propelled machines lies in the wheels. Crawler-type machines adopt caterpillar tracks, akin to tanks, providing greater stability with a special frame during operation.
- Ideal for narrow planting spaces and row spacing, such as 10×10 centimeters with high planting density. The Plant-Row configuration can range from 2 to 12 rows. Thus, for scenarios with smaller planting spaces and higher planting density, choosing a crawler-type transplanter machine is recommended.
- Mainly designed for large farmlands, particularly flat terrains without ridges. The crawler-type machine demonstrates high working efficiency, especially in flat and open areas.
Through this comprehensive comparison, farmers can make well-informed choices based on their planting needs, field size, and topography. Self-propelled machines suit smaller, flexible planting scenarios, while crawler-type machines excel in larger-scale, high-density planting environments.
When selecting a transplanter machine, aligning it with the practical conditions of the field will undoubtedly enhance agricultural productivity and convenience.