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Tobacco re-planter; 1900s; 2816

Tobacco re-planter, 1900s, 2816
Tobacco re-planter, 1900s, 2816Tobacco re-planter, 1900s, 2816
Name/Title
Tobacco re-planter
About this object
After seedlings germinated, plants would then be replanted out in the field using this hand held device. Water was placed in the small container on the side and a small amount was released by pulling the trigger; this ensured every plant was watered at the time of planting.
Date Made
1900s
Place Made
New Zealand
Medium and Materials
metal and wood
Subject and Association Description
Used in Motueka and district in the tobacco industry that flourished here until 1995
Object Type
Implement
Object number
2816

Tags

agriculture
tobacco
tobacco industry


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