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Title: 1916 Griffith and Turner Co. : farm and garden supplies
Year: 1916 (1910s)
Authors: Griffith and Turner Co Henry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
Subjects: Gardening Equipment and supplies Catalogs Agricultural implements Catalogs Seeds Catalogs Bulbs (Plants) Catalogs Vegetables Catalogs
Publisher: Baltimore, Md. : Griffith and Turner Co., 1916
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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Both the grain and fertilizer are positive force feeds, andwill sow with absolute regularity any kind of grain, or ferti-lizer in good condition. The grass seeder is also a force feed,and can be used either in front or rear of the hoes; also quan-tity can be changed to any amount necessary. It is fastenedon the frame, and very low down, thus preventing the windfrom blowing the seed away before reaching the ground. Thefertilizer feed can be stopped or started at any time while thedrill is in motion, which makes it convenient in case the oper-ator does not wish to sow fertilizer while going over theground. 8- Hoe Pin $68.75 9- Hoe Pin 73.00 10- Hoe Pin 78.00 11- Hoe Pin 82.50 8- Hoe Spring 71.00 9- Hoe Spring 76.00 10- Hoe Spring 81.00 11- Hoe Spring 85.50 8- Disk Drill 74.25 9- Disk Drill 79.00 10- Disk Drill 84.25 11- Disk Drill 89.00 MOON ROLLING COULTER
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This handy tool isa great convenience,both m the home gar-den and on the largetruck farm. Depth Ofcultivation easily reg-ulated. The disksmake it possible tocultivate up close tothe plants. $5.00 on GRIFFITH <a TURNER CO 157 GRITCO-R BROADCAST LIME DISTRIBUTER 6 ft., with Shafts for one horse $35.00 8 ft., with Pole for two horses 42.00 Peed Plate for sowing in drills or rows, extra.. . 3.50 The rapid increase in the use of lime demands a machineto apply these materials which is moderate in cost and accu-rate in its distribution. This distributer is designed for broadcasting lime andashes, and it will distribute in drills or rows when suppliedwith an extra feed plate especially punched according to thewidth of the row. The amount of lime this machine will sow to the acre de-pends somewhat on its weight per bushel, as well as its con-dition, but the 13 notches of feed opening average to spreadfrom 250 lbs. per acre at the lowest notch to 3550 lbs. at thehighest notch. Special featur
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