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  • 1200 l, 1500 l, 2000 l, 2500 l and 3000 l trailed sprayers with 15 m and 18 m spray booms

    The P336/36, P336/37, P336/5, P336/6, P336/4, P336/9, P336/25, P336/26, P336/27 and P336/28 series trailed sprayers are used for performing chemical plant protection treatments in field crops, as well as mineral plant fertilisation procedures. Attached to the bottom three-point hitch of a tractor, the trailed sprayers are equipped with 1200, 1500, 2000, 2500 or 3000 l tanks, and with 15m or 18m spray booms.
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  • 2500 l, 3000 l, 2500 l and 4000 l trailed sprayers with 15 m to 24 m spray booms

    2500 l, 3000 l, 2500 l and 4000 l trailed sprayers with 15 m to 24 m spray booms The P336/11, P336/12, P336/13, P336/14, P336/15, P336/16, P336/17, P336/18, P336/19, P336/20, P336/21, P336/22, P336/23, P336/24, P336/29, P336/30, P336/31, P336/32, P336/33, P336/34 and P336/35 series trailed sprayers are used for performing chemical plant protection treatments in field crops, as well as mineral plant fertilisation procedures. The trailed sprayers are equipped with 2500, 3000 or 4000 l tanks and 15 m to 24 m wide spray booms.
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  • 400 l and 600 l mounted sprayers with 10 m to 12 m spray booms

    The P161, P161/1, P161/4 and P161/5 type mounted sprayers are used for performing chemical plant protection treatments in field crops, as well as mineral plant fertilisation procedures involving liquid mineral fertilisers. The mounted sprayers are equipped with 400 l or 600 l tanks and 10 m or 12 m spray booms.
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  • 600 l, 800 l and 1000 l mounted sprayers with 15 m and 18 m spray booms

    The P161/3, P161/6, P161/7, P161/8, P161/9 and P161/10 type mounted sprayers are used for performing chemical plant protection treatments in field crops, as well as mineral plant fertilisation procedures involving liquid mineral fertilisers. The mounted sprayers are equipped with 600, 800 or 1000 l tanks and with 15m or 18m spray booms.
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  • AGROSA cup planters for multi-plant seedlings

    AGROSA mounted cup planters for seedlings: the double-row S237/3, triple-row S237/5 and quadruple-row S237/4 models are designed for planting all kinds of seedlings from multi-plant cultivation. Rootage size should not exceed 50 mm. The planting of seedlings can take place at any inter-row width starting from 55 to 140 cm for the double-row planter S237/3, from 35 to 70 cm for the triple-row planter S237/5, and from 55 to 83 cm for the quadruple-row planter S237/4. Plant spacing in a row ranges from 15 to 225 cm. In the vegetable industry, planters are used for planting vegetables and fruit seedlings, including cabbage, lettuce, celery, tomato, strawberry pepper tobacco fodder beet and herbs. In horticulture and forestry, they are used for establishing nurseries, including rose, shrub, spruce tree or pine tree nurseries.
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  • Disc planters

    Mounted planters for seedlings: the double-row S23, triple-row S237/2 and quadruple-row S237/1 models are designed for planting all kinds of potless seedlings 6 to 20 cm high in field crops. The planting of seedlings can take place at any inter-row width starting from 30 cm. In the vegetable industry, planters are used for planting vegetables and fruit seedlings, including cabbage, lettuce, celery, tomato, pepper, strawberry, tobacco, fodder beet, etc. In horticulture and forestry, they are used for establishing nurseries, including rose, shrub, spruce tree or pine tree nurseries.
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  • Hydraulically folded double field harrows

    Hydraulically folded tooth field harrows are used for shallow topsoil loosening, levelling the soil surface after ploughing, crushing and breaking up soil clods, removing weeds and grass-sod, extracting couch grass from the soil, mixing mineral fertilisers into the soil, and performing other field work. Tooth field harrows are produced in working widths of 5.6 m, 6.7 m and 8.4 m.
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  • Hydraulically folded field harrows

    Hydraulically folded tooth field harrows are used for shallow topsoil loosening, levelling the soil surface after ploughing, crushing and breaking up soil clods, removing weeds and grass-sod, extracting couch grass from the soil, mixing mineral fertilisers into the soil, and performing other field work. Tooth field harrows are produced in working widths of 5.6 m, 6.7 m and 8.4 m.
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  • Hydraulically folded field harrows with front bars and track looseners

    Hydraulically folded tooth field harrows are used for shallow topsoil loosening, levelling the soil surface after ploughing, crushing and breaking up soil clods, removing weeds and grass-sod, extracting couch grass from the soil, mixing mineral fertilisers into the soil, and performing other field work. Tooth field harrows with front bars and track looseners are produced in working widths of 5.6 m, 6.7 m and 8.4 m.
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  • Hydraulically folded field harrows with rollers

    Hydraulically folded tooth field harrows are used for shallow topsoil loosening, levelling the soil surface after ploughing, crushing and breaking up soil clods, removing weeds and grass-sod, extracting couch grass from the soil, mixing mineral fertilisers into the soil, and performing other field work. Tooth field harrows with rollers are produced in working widths of 5.6 m, 6.7 m and 8.4 m.
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  • Strip-till unit ‒ HORNET

    HORNET is a multi-purpose strip-till unit for loosening, fertilising and sowing procedures performed at one operation. Strip till involves loosening those soil strips where seeds will later be sown. The remaining soil strips are usually left uncultivated, covered with crop residues or green manure from crop cover. In addition, during strip till, the fertiliser is dosed precisely into the soil layers, under the seeds. HORNET is a unit mounted on the rear three-point hitch of a tractor, with an option of aggregating a seed drill or sowing sections with it. Owing to the adjustable row spacing, the unit can be used to sow maize, oilseed rape, sugar beet, cereals, etc.
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  • Strip-till unit ‒ WASP

    WASP is a multi-purpose strip-till unit for loosening, fertilising and sowing procedures performed at one operation. Strip till involves loosening those soil strips where seeds will later be sown. The remaining soil strips are usually left uncultivated, covered with crop residues or green manure from crop cover. In addition, during strip till, the fertiliser is dosed precisely into the soil layers, under the seeds. WASP is a unit mounted on the rear three-point hitch of a tractor, with an option of aggregating a seed drill with it.
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  • Subsoilers with 1, 2, 3 or 4 teeth

    The subsoiler is designed to break up and loosen compacted plough pans resulting from ploughing performed at constant depths, as well as to loosen compacted subsoil resulting from heavy mechanical equipment running across the field surface. Subsoiling improves air and water conditions, and facilitates fertiliser penetration into deeper soil layers.
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  • Subsoilers with 3, 4 or 5 teeth, with rollers

    The subsoiler is designed to break up and loosen compacted plough pans resulting from ploughing performed at constant depths, as well as to loosen compacted subsoil resulting from heavy mechanical equipment running across the field surface. Subsoiling improves air and water conditions, and facilitates fertiliser penetration into deeper soil layers.
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  • Subsoilers with plow teeth and rollers

    The subsoiler with plow teeth is designed to break up and loosen compacted plough pans resulting from ploughing performed at constant depths, as well as to loosen compacted subsoil resulting from heavy mechanical equipment running across the field surface.
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  • Subsoilers with Ripper teeth and double rollers

    The subsoiler with Ripper teeth is designed to break up and loosen compacted plough pans resulting from ploughing performed at constant depths, as well as to loosen compacted subsoil resulting from heavy mechanical equipment running across the field surface. The characteristic design of the grips with additional undercuts and the roller fixed to the rear part of the machine ensure more efficient grinding and mixing of harvest residues.
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