Get a tractor with a transplanter attachment that has two giant water tanks and four seats on the back. Fill the prior with water and the latter with people.
(there's room for plants on the back too.)
Turn on the water and make sure the hoses are in position to distribute water to the waterwheels.
Pass the plants and don't miss a beat. At 0.3 kph it's easy to get behind, and I'm not kidding. But the guys you see here are pros.
Aim straight ahead. Good driving is important for ones own dignity (and Ted's). It's honor among farmers to have straight rows. It all grows just the same, but doesn't look like anyone put Bailey's in their morning coffee.
Plant. Get your hands dirty. Chat. And have fun. The tractor may not fly, but the hours certainly do.