Mule-drawn tobacco transplanter


Title
Mule-drawn tobacco transplanter
Description
Mule-drawn tobacco transplanter. These large tools were the predecessor to modern-day transplanters and were drawn by mules. They allowed a farmer to sit and ride down the rows while transplanting seedlings. It also included a water barrel to soak the seedlings as it passed over the rows. The accompanying video describes the process of transplanting tobacco using the machine from the perspective of a former tobacco worker. Date approximated.
Date
1960-1970
Original Format
equipment
Extent
Local Identifier
Tobacco Farm Life Museum
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
Tobacco Farm Life Museum
Rights
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