Horse-drawn fertiliser spreader, Waiorau Sheep Station, Otago
Horse-drawn fertiliser spreader used for distributing superphosphate, Waiorau Sheep Station, Otago. Photograph taken circa 1930s, probably by George Leslie Adkin.
Other - Notes on back of file print read: "Haymaking. The first operation is sowing superphosphate in the early spring on the the paddock it is intended to keep or 'shut-up' for hay. [? sic] In this particular spreader the super trickles out in a thin stream along the back edge. Other sowers throw the super out by centrifugal action. Again, making a very unpleasant task, the super is thrown out by hand."
Source of descriptive information - Notes on file print. Date and probable photographer from descriptive notes at PAColl-6651.
Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s).
Physical Description: Film negative
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- Views of Waiorau Sheep Station
- 1 b&w original negative(s), Negatives, Film negative, Orientation: Horizontal image
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