Jang Automation Co. Ltd.
The Jang JP-1 is a manual single-seed planter.
The Jang JP-1 is a manual seeder that plants one seed at a time. The seeder can work with most small to medium-sized seeds and comes with several sprockets designed for different seeds. The seeder has an adjustable planting depth and handle height and a hopper that can hold 0.26 kg of seeds.
South Korea, Japan, China, Vietnam, Australia, Europe, and The United States
The Jang JP-1 is sold through various online retailers.
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Household gardeners, small-scale farmers, and research farmers.
This product is mass-produced in South Korea.
Consumers can purchase this product through online retailers.
List of crops that this technology drills
Quantity of seeds drilled, measured in kilogram per hectare
The rate of drilling, measured in kilograms per hour
Space covered in a single run
Depth of the buried seeds
The number of rows the technology drills
Seed storage capacity
Is the system portable or stationary?
The dimensions of the implement (l x w x h), measured in meters
List of materials used to build the implement
The rate of work, measured in hectares per hour
Overall weight of the implement, measured in kilograms
Type of energy used to power the seeder
Power required to run the equipment
The Jang JP-1 has two wheels, a handlebar, and a clear seed hopper. As the device is pushed through the soil, it digs a furrow in the ground, deposits a single seed, and covers the furrow, with the back wheel firming the seed. The exchangeable sprockets allow the user to control the distance apart the seeds are planted. The sprockets also come in different sizes to accommodate different seeds.
There is no technical support provided by the manufacturer, users may contact their retailer for support.
The interchangeable seed sprockets can be bought separately.
The manufacturer specifies that the product sows one seed at a time and will not make tracks on seeds.
This product contains sharp components that can cause injury.
Boyhan, G., and Curry, S., 2010, Evaluation of Push Planters for Small Plot Work, Montgomery County Department of Horticulture, Athens, GA.
Cherewick, W. J., 1954, An improved experimental plot seeder, Canadian Journal of Agricultural Science, 34(6), pp. 642-643.
Valentin, M. T., 2016, Development of a Vertical Disc Push-Type Double-Row Carrot Seeder for Small-Scale Farmers, CLSU International Journal of Science & Technology, 1(2), pp. 26-33.
The manufacturer has various certifications.
The manufacturer evaluates the product’s ability to plant single seeds.
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