"Everything has to be big. There's nothing out there for the average home gardener that plants just a few rows of potatoes."
With that thought in mind, Herman Jones created his home-gardener potato plow. The combination potato-digger / potato-plow, as seen on the left, is 2 feet wide, 3 feet long, approximately 130 lbs, and will attach to any size tractor with a three point hitch (Cat. I).
It has an all steel construction, with no moving parts, and is smaller than a conventional potato digger, while still being faster than a potato fork.
"When it's finished, it should leave a nice row of potatoes right on top the ground, and the ground fairly level."
Currently available in 3 models, this digger is homemade by Mr. Jones
in northeast-central Pennsylvania, with welding performed by W.D. Fabrication
of Muncy, Pennsylvania.