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Phantom M120 NewPort20, treatments on four rows

  Phantom M120 NewPort20 is the name of the articulated sprayer designed by Martignani, a Ravenna company based in S. Agata sul Santerno, as an evolution of its first mounted sprayer model developed in the 1960s. Suitable for treating alternate...

StalkBuster, mechanical treatments against corn parasites

John Deere won the Gold Medal at the Agritechnica Innovation Award thanks to the StalkBuster system, developed in synergy with Kemper, a German company specializing in the production of rotary heads. Integrated into a corn harvesting head, the StalkBuster technology...

Di Martino: low impact solutions for treatments

Upcoming news for the gardening sector, with Di Martino di Mussolente (Vicenza) presenting to the industry players at the Sima an innovative pressure regulator designed to equip the company's products intended for phytosanitary treatments. The device stems from the strategic...

Martignani: avant-garde technologies for pesticide plat treatments

Martignani is coming to EIMA International with a number of new products led by the new semi-mounted version 3P model Whirlwind M612 Duo-Wing-Jet – Hill electrostatic mist blower to flank the trolley version which captured a New Technology prize awarded...

New entries from Nobili for plant treatment

Nobili is expanding its range of of products with three new entries for plant treatments. The first up for a debut are, in alphabetical order, mounted and trailed ANTIS sprayers equipped with new concept front blower and suction groups designed...

Evolution in Spraying: Cutting Drift

In Italy as elsewhere, substantial amounts of pesticides and the like are still sprayed on crops of all kinds in a serious threat to the environment, so sprayers that can couple efficiency and eco-friendliness by achieving precise regulation of the air and liquid they use remain high on the agenda of farm machine manufacturers

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