PREMIUM FARM TOOLS DESIGNED

WITH PRODUCTIVITY IN MIND

Paper Pot Transplanters, Jang Seeders, Microgreen Trays, and More!

Want to do the same amount of work in less time?

You’ve come to the right place.

Paper Pot Transplanters

The Paper Pot Transplanter allows a single person to transplant 264 plants covering over 100ft in just minutes.  What used to take hours, now takes minutes.

Works great with a wide variety of crops!

Learn how the paper pot transplanter drastically reduce your farm’s transplanting time.

We are an official distributor of Japanese Paper Pot Transplanting Systems.

Jang Seeders

The Jang JP5 Seeder gives the ability to accurately and quickly seed 5 rows at a time with precision in-row and between row spacing.

Excels with raw and pelleted seed in a almost all soil conditions.

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Jang Seeders - JP1, JP5 used for seeding crops.

JANG SPEED SEEDERS

PAPER POT TRANSPLANTERS AND EQUIPMENT

Paper Pot Transplanter transplanting crops.

OUR VALUES

WHAT WE STAND FOR

High Quality

Quality matters, quality lasts.  We try to over engineer every product we make.  Our goal is to NEVER have a product break or wear out during normal use.  Countless hours spent during the design process, rigorous product testing, and high quality materials help ensure longetivty. 

Higher quality materials cost more.  There is no way around that.  While many products today are build using inferior materials, we try to build proucts like they did 50 years ago.  Strong, solid, and made to last.

Our products aren’t cheap – we know that.  Given that we want you to get more than your money’s worth and only have to buy a product once.

Locally Made

United States manufacturing is disappearting at a alarming rate.  More and more companies are going oversease to manufcature products to cut costs.  These cost savings come with other costs – the loss of local jobs, the fostering of sub-standard employment and environmental costs in other countries, and often a lesser quality product.   

We don’t believe that the trade-offs are worth it.  Given that our products aren’t as cheap as the could be, but we believe their better than they would be if we tried to cut costs.

Whenever possible we try to manufacture our products within the US or Canada keeping jobs local.  Every purchase supports not only our business, but many other US and Canadian business.

Fair Priced

We price our products as low as we possibly can.  We strive to charge you a fair price while allowing us to make a fair profit to pay our suppliers fairly and ourselves fairly.

Making a quality product locally and innovating new products isn’t cheap.  Producing copious amounts of free educational content isn’t cheap.  But those are things we are committed to. Each purchase supports our endeavours to further this movement and help you into the future.

Sure there are cheaper off brand products.  Sure you can save by low quality Chinese made tools.  But there is a cost.  We might not have the cheapest product out there and we are OK with that, because we know we have the best product out there.  As Benjamin Franklin said “The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten.”

OUR VALUES

Market Farming Resources

Tips for Buying and Growing ln High Tunnels (FSFS199)

Introduction This week we talk about high tunnels with Nicolas Donck who owns 28! He’s not going for high tech, he goes for low tech, a minimum viable product. He’s going to share a lot about his winter growing techniques. If you have any sort of protected culture on your farm, or are interested in […]

CBD Hemp for Small Farms – CBDo or CBDon’t? (FSFS198)

Introduction CBD hemp – the what, the why, the how, and the economics of raising hemp on a small scale farm? Rand Gifford grew a crop of CBD hemp on his farm in NC this year. He learned a ton along the way. He sells to 5 different locations and is starting to make value-added […]

What Should a Market Farmer’s Fair Annual Income Be? (FSFS197)

  Introduction How much should you be making as an owner/operator of a small scale farm? Of course, context is important – but where should the center of the bell curve lay? Heath Emerson recently made an Instagram posing this question. In this episode, he talks about that post and also discusses some of the […]

Can You Make a Living on a Small Farm? (FSFS196)

    What does running a small farm really look like from a business perspective? How much money can you make, how much work is it, and what does your lifestyle look like? This episode was inspired by an Instagram post put up by Taylor Mendell who talks to us about answering these questions. “Can […]

What Exactly is “No-Till”? (FSFS195)

    Is no-till farming actually worth it? Is the amount of compost required worth the investment, and do the results actually stack up in comparison to tilling? At the end of the day, where does no-till fit within the market-gardening realm? In this episode, we put these questions to Jesse Frost of the No-Till […]

Why Use The Paper Pot Transplanter?

“For small scale farms there is no rival, the paper pot transplanter is hands down the most efficient way to get transplants in the ground.”   A “mechanical” transplanter has long been missing from the world of small scale farming. While there are water wheel transplanters that do fit on compact tractors, these tools easily […]

The Paper Pot Transplanter in the Field

Your context has to match your business. Choosing an enterprise that doesn’t align with your market, life, land, or climate is one way struggle in business. You might want to raise layers in pasture, but if you are in California and have to irrigate all year - that may be a problem. You may want to be a market gardener but you live in a rental apartment- that may be a problem. Your business might require 4 hours of day to succeed but you only have two free hours - that may be a problem. You may need a farm to generate $250k in sales but the closest population is only 5001 people - that may be a problem. Hurdles can be overcome and you can’t avoid all obstacles, but starting with the wrong enterprise for YOU is a potential death sentence and it CAN be avoided with some thought and planning.

Listen to more on the latest episode of my Entrepreneurship 101 series podcast. Link in profile or search Farm Small Farm Smart anywhere podcasts can be found.
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It's the first 🌱 babe of 2019!!!! I immediately made a v loud noise of excitement awash with terror when I saw it because HERE WE GO AGAIN, Y'ALL. Ready, not so steady, go.
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Giving the paperpotco a whirl this year which is already feeling incredibly rewarding. So many more plants per tray, so much less space necessary! Looking forward to zipzipzipping these pals in the ground in t-minus.
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#andsoitbegins #plantbabies #youngfarmers #farmsmallfarmsmart #paperpottransplanter
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Great close-up from @humblerootsfarm “We are always looking for ways to be more efficient! One way we have found: The #paperpottransplanter
It lets me plant a very nicely germinated stand of plants very quickly. It takes some getting used to and you have to plant the plants when they are at just the right stage, but when timed right, it’s a hoss.” #marketfarming
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How about that for a salad mix! What mixes do you grow and sell? farmstandrevival ‘s Featured Farm: ⠀⠀
24carrotfarm “We grow organic fruits and vegetables on 13 acres in Placerville, CA. We are actively restoring the land and operating with passion and ethics.”⠀⠀
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📷: 24carrotfarm⠀⠀
Happy Farming! ⠀⠀
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Join the movement!👨‍🌾👍 Quit your job & Go Urban Farm!🙌 We feature small regenerative growers 👩‍🌾👨‍🌾 from around the world! 🥕 We are a community of growers! 😁 farmstandrevival ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ #farmstandrevival #plantsofinstagram #plants #transplanting #paperpot #paperpottransplanter #organicproduce #lettuce #eatyourgreens #squarefootgardening #marketgarden #gardeningtips #gardendesign #gardeners #gardeninspiration #gardenlover #urbanfarming #growyourfood #veggiegarden #gardenme #biointensive #agriculture #smallgarden #microfarm #organicveggies #organiccertified #groworganic #salanova
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Give yourself more time than you think you need when making a daily/weekly schedule. It all WILL NOT go as smooth as planned and a packed schedule leaves no room for the inevitable overage.

I think in general we are poor time estimators. We either over value our skills or under value logic and reality. We tend to snapshot estimate low. When you plan to do something it is probably going to take you a (little to a lot) more time to do than you first think. Any fast finishes are bonuses not the norm. Most of the time s*** happens and what was supposed to be simple and fast becomes complex and long. Like this example that I may have life through. 😜
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We all make mistakes! 😁👍 Can you see what’s wrong? farmstandrevival ‘s Featured Farm: oldemoonfarm : We believe in the love and celebration of the everyday:
in the food we eat, the flowers we praise and the place we call home.

Live a life with daily offerings you can trust.
We offer you nutritious, delicious produce and safe, joyful flowers raised with care and intention for your plate and home.

We grow with gratitude. 
Our gift to this world is the honor to tend the land of our community with practices that give back to the soil, water and life around us. We offer you the gift to choose the best for yourself and your family, friends and neighbors.
Silverton, OR 📷: oldemoonfarm
Happy Farming! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Join the movement!👨‍🌾👍 Quit your job & Go Urban Farm!🙌 We feature small regenerative growers 👩‍🌾👨‍🌾 from around the world! 🥕 We are a community of growers! 😁 farmstandrevival ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
#farmstandrevival #plantsofinstagram #plants #transplanting #paperpot #paperpottransplanter #salanova #lettuce #eatyourgreens #squarefootgardening #marketgarden #gardeningtips #gardendesign #gardeners #gardeninspiration #gardenlover #urbanfarming #growyourfood #veggiegarden #gardenme #mistakes #oops #biointensive #agriculture #smallgarden #microfarm
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Why Use The Paper Pot Transplanter?

“For small scale farms there is no rival, the paper pot transplanter is hands down the most efficient way to get transplants in the ground.”   A “mechanical” transplanter has long been missing from the world of small scale farming. While there are water wheel transplanters that do fit on compact tractors, these tools easily […]

An Introduction to Growing Flowers with the Paper Pot Transplanter

“Based on our experience over two seasons we have found we will never go back to hand transplanting.  The paper pot improved our overall farm efficiency by as much as a full day per week, but our quality of life has improved tremendously by taking one of the most challenging parts of farming and alleviating […]

Paperpot Crop Seeding Chart

You can use this chart to get started when you first start using the Paperpot System. Several growers sent in their data detailing how they use the system for various crops.  All of the data is field tested and based on successful crops. The goal of this chart is to give you a starting point.  […]

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