Jang JPH Bar Mounted Small Grain Seeder (Special Order Only)

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Sale price (Excl.VAT)£929.00


The JPH is a small grain seeder for market gardeners designed by hands on specialised field engineers. The seeding units are independant and fixed to a bar which can be mounted to a rotavator or tractor.

The JPH range is perfect for any field use with a potential of over 5 ha planted in a day.

You decide: from 2 rows up to 3 metres!

A flexible system, you can mount from just 2 rows up to as many seeding units that will fit on a 3 metre wide bar. The seeding unit connection is made up of a pantograph with two springs (see photo) which keeps the unit in contact with the ground. Even in fields which are not perfectly flat and, if the pression is too great, one of the springs may be removed. The bar is marked every 5mm for easy and precise row spacing settings.


A reminder of the unique features common to the small grain seeder range:

  • The seeding rolls are anti-static;
  • Easy planting depth setting - the depth of all the planting units is set by a handy knob on the side of the machine;
  • The seeds are protected by the use of natural bristle for the brush used to dose the seeds taken up by the seeding roll;
  • The unique transparent hoppers are easier to clean and rust proof;
  • The handy hopper cover is used to select the right seeding roll depending on seed diameter;
  • The hoppers permit the user to see the quantity of seed they contain at all times - no running out of seed in the middle of a row;
  • They snap on and off easily meaning there is no waste of left over seed - take them off and pour surplus seed back into the bag;
  • Depth set by a simple bolt on the plow assembly;
  • Many optional accessories make it suitable for a wide range of crops.



To find the roll best suited for your seeds, you can use the hopper lid.

You have found the correct size when the desired number of seeds fit in a hole, and when passing a finger over the seeds they do not pop out.

  • When the brush needs to be raised to let the seeds pass. That is to say, when the seeds are too big for the roll (they stick out a little).
  • If planting in bunches.
  • When doing spread planting, in this case, using a soil opener is recommended (the 60mm soil opener should be fine).

In general, the roll is well suited for planting the chosen seed when the roll does not select more than a seed at a time (or maybe 2 for carrots), and when the brush touches the roller without touching the seed that is in the hole.

For seeding in bunches, the roller is suitable if it selects the desired number of seeds without being hindered by the brush (which can be raised, in this case one should remove the guide plate).

Please note that these are special order items, and that you should contact us prior to ordering to confirm an up to date lead time.

Seeding rollers not included. Please order separately.

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