Earthway All-in-One Seeder Feeder

Earthway® All-in-One Seeder Feeder

Why seed by hand? So tedious and back-breaking. Instead, use our convenient, easy-to-use seeder!

With one pass, this one-step wonder opens soil, spaces and plants the seed at proper depth, covers the seed, packs the soil, and then even marks the next row! Tough, weather-resistant construction, one-year guarantee on parts and workmanship. Complete with 6 seed plates for 28 vegetable seed varieties. At last, no more back-breaking hand seeding! Weight of 11 lbs.

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Original 6 seed plates are for 28 vegetable varieties. This is designed primarily for garden use after the soil is tilled. It will work on uneven ground but it should be well tilled soil. Standard six seed plates are as follows:
  • CARROTS PLATE-will also plant lettuce, turnips, cabbage, endive, onions, and tomatoes.
  • BEANS PLATE: will also plant peas in a 3.5" spacing.
  • CORN PLATE: 8.5" spacing.
  • PEAS PLATE: will also plant jumbo and early June peas in a 3" spacing.
  • RADISHES PLATE: will also plant leeks, asparag


Manufacturer supplies a one-year warranty on parts and workmanship


QUESTION: There are six standard seed plates stated in catalog, but are there any optional plates?

ANSWER: Yes, see details about our Product Number 60010.

QUESTION: Can you attach the FA fertilizer attachment and distribute fertilizer while you drop seeds?

ANSWER: No, the machine is not set up to do both. Also there is a risk of burning up the seeds with too much fertilizer.

Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

Customer Reviews

4 Stars Great Tool

from KS wrote :

I have an older planter and it still works great. I can't imagine planting without it.

4 Stars Saves my back and knees

from OR wrote :

I have bad RA and this enabled me to continue growing a garden each year. The soil needs to be well prepared but it is so easy to just push this along and let it space and cover the seed. It sometimes skips but that could be operator error. I love mine.