About Us

Welcome to m-planter NZ, we are excited to share with you our forestry revolutionising machinery. This machine has the potential to change the way the forestry industry operates, it is going to fill the gap in the current labour shortage in planting operations and provide alternative income source for civil contractors throughout the winter months across Australasia.

The machine featured in this video is an m160 ripping cultivating machine capable of holding 160 seedlings.

Welcome to m-planter NZ

we are excited to share with you our forestry revolutionising machinery. This machine has the potential to change the way the forestry industry operates, it is going to fill the gap in the current labour shortage in planting operations and provide alternative income source for civil contractors throughout the winter months across Australasia.

Contact

Henry Fear

For any inquiries please email

Phone

027-3434047

We look forward to hearing from you and will be happy to answer any questions you have about this strong robust and well proven machine.

M-Planter Machine Features

Strong and robust design

Hitches to suit any 10-25 tonne Excavators

Custom designs available

Ripping and cultivation options

 

Technical Support & Custom Machine Options

Various species capability  

Multiple fertiliser options

This technology has been tried and proven in the northern hemisphere for the past decade, and we have been proud to be part of the successful trial of the m-planter in the central North Island of NZ.

We have installation and training providers ready help develop your business grow in this exciting new industry.

There are already two headed machines available, as well as custom designs to suit your needs.  For example different tree species and fertiliser options, including liquid gel types.

We can work with you to design your own ripping/cultivating attachments.

COMING SOON

GPS and precision planting system

We are currently working hard developing a new GPS and precision planting system, designed to provide contractors and land owners with vital information, to maximise profitability of their estate and ensuring fast and efficient planting. This technology should be available for the 2020 planting season.