Basic fertilization

Basic fertilization ensures regular soil nutrient levels with essential nutrients, which results in optimal field crop growth.

Plan for basic fertilization is precision-based and is prepared based on the following:

 

  • The results of seasonal crop monitoring through phases of growth;

  • Soil electrical conductivity measurements;

  • Conducted precision sampling and analysis of soil;

  • Harvest maps.

Fertilization in practice:

At harvest time

Based on the soil structure and basic soil nutrient level, we can:

  • Optimize the use of fertilizers up to 20%;
  • Improve crop quality and total crop yield.
HOW IS IT DONE?

Technology

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Fertilization requires a spreader with support for variable dosing adjustment over the entire spread width or over multiple segments with navigation system support and ISOBUS (a bus for connecting a machine with a terminal on a tractor), or without ISOBUS (a machine without an integrated solution – a direct data transfer to a machine with, for example, a USB stick).

HOW TO START?

Plan in time.

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Optimally, contact us two weeks before the operation to perform field works and prepare all the necessary data for integration into machinery in time.