Make valuable seeds go farther by planting with this precision hand seeder. With a slight squeeze of its comfortable rubber grip, you can vacuum up seeds one at a time and deposit them quickly with pinpoint accuracy no more thinning, no more waste.
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from Owego, Ny
About Me Midrange Shopper
Comments about Precision English Seeder:
Worked well to help us plant those tiny seeds to prevent the need for a lot of plant thinning.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Its going to be awesome
from gillette wy
About Me Budget Shopper
Recieved product and experminted with it to see how it works and it works really well. Can't wait till spring to try it out again!
Perfect for tiny seed.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Better alternatives available
from New Hampshire
This seeder clogs too easily and is quite expensive. I found a much better, cheaper, alternative in the shake-type seeders.
from Zone 5b
Very little control is possible over if/ when/how long you can hold a seed at the tip of the device. The slightest change in pressure. and it drops the seed. Way too fussy for me. Gave up and carefully shook the seeds out of their envelope. The only thing that'll need serious thinning is wild tobacco. Find another device.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
By Garden Guy
from Des Moines, IA
For tiny lettuce seeds, this tool made planting easy and thinning nearly unnecessary. Highly recommend it.
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Sorry I bought It.
By George the Gardener
from Parma, Ohio
I tried using this to plant lettuce. It wasn't bad enough that the seeds were the same color as the soil. When you press the top, it sends out a lot of air, so you don't really know if you put a seed in the ground or not. Would never buy this again or recommend it to anyone. Not worth the money.
A Little Pinch, leave an inch!
By Happy Gardener
from Vernon, New Jersey
I hope that sticking a needle into a seed doesn't "kill" the germination. It is much too expensive - having seen a similar item for $6.95 after I placed my order. I expected more for the money. I will probably use it for planting flowers in my "pots" on my deck or patio.
Makes seed placement much easier!
from Vernon Hills, IL
I have never used anything other than my clumsy fingers, and decided to give this product a try. It is great! Very useful to place small seeds where you want them to greatly reduce thinning out seedlings. I wish the instructions were more clear, but I figured it out by experimenting.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Love This for Tiny Seeds
By Loves to Garden
from Covenrty, CT
I LOVE this product for planting those tiny seeds. You can precisely plant as many seeds as you want in a pot. Previously, I would have to sprinkle seeds and there was such a waste because I couldn't control how many were planted. This year I used this and was able to plant as few seeds as I wanted into a single pot. It is a little hard to get used to, but once you get the hang of it, it works wonderfully.
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