Blackmore Company Turbo/Needle Seeder (Watch Movie)

The last seeder you’ll ever need to buy!


Everything you want in a seeder!

This machine sets the standard for reciprocating needle type seeders. Sows any seed from raw begonia to melons and even squash, peas, corn and beans. Special Double row attachment permits sowing rates of 300+ trays per hour for certain applications. Direct sow kit allows seeds to be sown into market packs. Works on a small or large inventory of seed.

So durable and reliable that we often have a waiting list for used machines. Growers know a Blackmore will last forever. Can you say the same about your seeder?

See the technical tip section to download a parts list or to see more about getting the most out of your Blackmore seeder including a manifold/needle tip suggestion list.

Seeder Specifications ( top )

Fabrication: Aluminum on a steel frame.
Power: 120 VAC 60 Hz standard, modifications available for 220 VAC 50 Hz operation (3 KVA transformer required).
Motor: 0-109 RPM DC/SCR 1/27 HP
Vacuum Source: Pump/motor included with seeder.
Shipping Weight: 320 lbs (145 kg.)
Crated: 55” x 30” x 21”, plus rail box 6 ft. x 5 in. x 5 in.
Net Weight: 150 lbs. (68 kg.)
Length: 4 ft (1.2m)
Width: 2 ft (.7m)
Height: 1½ ft (.45m)

Adjustable Rails: Compatible with different width trays up to about 12 inches (30cm wide) additional width requires custom made chassis.

Overseas Modifications: If using 230 VAC 50 Hz electric power, please advise at the time of your order so equipment is set compatible with 50 Hz power supply. Transformer is additional.
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324 or 432 Punch ‘N Gro™
* Two rows simultaneously

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