Intelligent crop production

Saving costs and protecting the environment! – Quo vadis?

The answer to this question is the driving force behind all AMAZONE innovations. The need for precision and automation in agricultural machinery will continue to increase in the future in order to ensure the optimum development of crops with reliable yields and good quality, whilst reducing the use of pesticides and fertilisers. This means: Maintaining yields, saving costs and conserving the environment. For Agritechnica 2019, we have set three important targets for ourselves and our customers, which are naturally interlinked:

  • Digitalisation of the processes
  • Reducing resources consumed
  • More flexible technique
  1. Logical digitalisation for more precision, user-friendliness and transparency
  2. Further reduction of resources such as plant protection agents and fertiliser
  3. More flexible machine and methodology concepts specific to different farm sizes and climate zones

With this innovation in all areas of expertise, it is our goal to continue to serve as the global specialist in “intelligent crop production” and the first port of call for farmers, contractors and machinery rings. That is why we are continuously working on the development of our technology, all the way through to international system chains for farm businesses of all sizes: On the one hand, we develop machines for increased efficiency (UX 11201 Super trailed sprayers, larger front tanks FT 1502 and FTender) and for special plant production methods (e.g. FDC Fertiliser Delivery Cart for dry farming regions). On the other hand, we also develop new machinery to expand our product portfolio at the lower end, such as the Cenio mulch cultivator and the Cataya seed drill with mechanical drive.