Pea planter

Pea planter
Handmade pea planter made from wood and nails. Peas are often grown in between rows of corn, and once the corn is high enough to protect the seedlings, pea plants are planted. The pea seed is dropped into a hole that is made by a hoe or a stick, but this wooden pea planter makes it easier to get the job done. Date approximated. The accompanying video describes the planter's use.
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Tobacco Farm Life Museum
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Tobacco Farm Life Museum
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