which lead immediately behind the colters, which are connected by a beam so as to be kept in an even line, and are capable of being held out of working, when desired, by a hook and link in the center.
The seed, as it is deposited, is covered in by a harrow fixed on behind.
The carriage wheels are larger than usual, by which means the machine is more easily drawn over uneven ground, and the labor of working is reduced.
Combined drill and horse-hve.
Garrett's grain-drill (English) is adapted for performing all the various operations of seeding and manuring the land.
All kinds of grain and seeds may be deposited at any required distances apart, and at any depth, either with or without compost or artificial manures.
They are constructed of various widths, and made to deposit the seed in rows from six to fifteen in number, and to suit all descriptions of land, whether ploughed flat or in ridges.
The corn and manure are sometimes sown throug