Multi Star Seeder
Multi Star Seeder
The unique design of the Mumby Multi Star Seeder will effectively carry out both overseeding on existing grass surfaces as well as initial seeding on bare soil surfaces due to the special star rotor system together with the seeding attachment.
The great advantage of the Multi Star Seeder over more conventional seeders is the unique but simple design – consisting of 4-star bladed rotors made of a long-life high-quality wear resisting material producing 2000 holes per sq. metre and spreading the seed accurately into the surface holes and raking in the seeds by hydraulically (optional) or manually angling the middle two rotors – this concept also permits better penetration when working on firmer surfaces. Seeds are placed evenly and randomly (not in lines) so producing a denser grass swarth than many other seeders on the market. Another benefit of the Multi Star Seeder is for surface aerating creating thousands of small holes for nutrients to be placed to also encourage good root growth.
- Unique hydraulic (optional) or manual angling of the middle star rotors for surface agitation and penetration
- Self-Cleaning and self-sharpening star blades (4 rotors)
- High quality star blades produce 2,000 holes per sq. metre
- Accurate seeding system 5-40gms per sq. metre (stainless steel metering shutter)
- Rear drag brush or optional smooth roller
- Easy to use – forward and reverse
- High output of up to 10,000 sq. metres per hour for MSS1400
- 3 working width of 140cm – 180cm – 240cm
- For tractors from 25-80hp
- Optional APV Air seeding system in lieu of seed hopper
The Mumby Multi Star Seeder is capable of seeding in a broad range of conditions – from consolidated bare ground to damp surfaces, all at a highly productive rate, due to the configuration of the 4-star rotor system.
The front pair of star rotors can be either inter locked to run parallel with each other – ideal for fine turf – or the middle rotors can be angled up to 6 degrees either hydraulically (optional) or manual to create a raking action for better penetration – the grass seed is spread accurately behind the front rotors into and around the holes created – the rear pair of identical rotors rake and incorporate the seeds into the surface and the process is completed by either a rear drag brush or an optional smooth roll – leaving a perfectly groomed seeded surface.