Seed Drill By marcus johnson

The inventor of the seed drill was Jethro Tull. He invented it in 1701. The first time it was ever used was February 21, 1741.
The seed drill was invented in England in 1701.
Because the seed drill planted seeds in straight lines, a mechanical horse-drawn hoe, could be used to remove weeds from between the lines of crop plants.

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