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- Hang the vacuum hose in a position where it won't interfere with your work area or your movements. Place the seeder onto the loading pan and turn on the vacuum power. Sprinkle a small amount of seed across the vacuum plate, then tip the seeder to remove any excess seed into the pan trough. Quickly inspect the seed plate to ensure that all the holes are covered with the appropriate amount of seed.
- If you notice that too many seeds are clinging to the seed plate, slightly adjust the vacuum pressure valve to reduce the suction. Invert the seeder over the seed pan and tap it lightly up and down to shake off the extra seed.
- Inspect the seed plate again, and then place the seeder over the growing tray. Release the vacuum by removing the rubber ball from the manifold. Lightly tap the bottom of the seeder with a bench brush, and then sweep off any remaining seed from the pan. Place the seeder back onto the seed pan, and repeat the process. Finally, set the rubber ball back onto the manifold opening and adjust the pressure as necessary. With a bit of experience, an operator can seed 2-5 seedling trays per minute.