John, I just love a garden with no foot prints in it after you plant. The Earthway does work very well behind the cub cadet..
, besides I enjoy the challenge of gardening with a "key and a seat".
Got to use my new Jang planter last night. The individual floating planters is a huge improvement over the solide frame design. Had to redo my 3 pt hitch to make sure it raises high enough so as not to drag when turning. I planted 15" rows...800 ft carrots, 200 ft beets, 200 ft onions, 300 ft spinach, then switched to Cole planter and put 1000 ft in the ground.. All that in about 3 hours. About 1/2 the time was resetting the planter. It rained today so that ought to set the seed up as good as it can get.
I still haven't figured out how to plant onion sets from a seat yet. Sonny's tator planter looks like a good idea, but takes two to operate. Some days help just seems to be off somewhere fishing or hunting mushrooms. So I do plant a few things by hand yet.. Greg