Sep. 02, 2020
When the agricultural seeder sows, it should be sowed according to the characteristics of the seed. For example, the row spacing of sowing should be controlled at about 20 cm, not too wide or too narrow. The seeding depth should be controlled at 1.5-3.0 cm, but special circumstances should also be taken into account. Different soils have different seeding depths. If the soil is too dry, the seeding depth should be slightly deeper. This can prevent the seeds from being sowed shallow and the soil is too dry. Grow. Therefore, when planting seeds, agricultural operators must fully consider the conditions of seeds and soil to ensure the healthy growth of seeds.
Due to improper operation and other reasons, the planter often does not plant the whole plant. This requires the farmer to pay attention to some small details when using it to prevent these problems. The planter does not sow because the ground wheel does not touch the ground. Similarly, if the seeding wheel is entangled with weeds, the seeding wheel will not rotate, so that the seeder will not discharge seeds. Therefore, farmers must pay attention to these problems when using the planter. If the planting wheel is entangled with weeds, the weeds should be removed before planting. If the chain is broken, the engine must be stopped immediately and the flame must be repaired.
The seeding machine should try to avoid inconsistent seeding depth when sowing. If this kind of problem occurs, the depth of the sown seeds will be inconsistent. Too shallow will make the seeds dry and may die due to lack of water; too deep will make it difficult for the seeds to unearth and make it difficult to grow. The reason for the inconsistent seed sowing depth is that the hardness of the soil is uneven, or the farmer has not adjusted the seeder before the operation according to the soil condition. Therefore, the farmer should check the soil quality during operation to ensure the seeding.
Precautions during maintenance
If they fall into disrepair for a long time, there will be problems with the parts of the agricultural machinery. Therefore, the operator of the agricultural machinery must promptly replace the damaged parts. When replacing parts, agricultural operators or maintenance personnel often ignore many details because it is a simple matter to disassemble parts, which causes a lot of unnecessary troubles and affects the service life of agricultural machinery. When disassembling parts, you should use a matching disassembly tool. Agricultural operators cannot use other disassembly tools to disassemble parts that do not match. This will cause damage to the parts and damage the agricultural machinery.
After the parts of agricultural machinery are broken, they need to be replaced. However, when replacing parts, many repairers do not check them. This is not correct, because new parts may change due to long inventory time, resulting in performance changes, or improper storage during transportation, resulting in damage to the parts. It needs to be inspected by a farmer or maintenance worker to prevent the installation of damaged parts.