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  • Preventive irrigation to protect the Dutch dikes

    Dijkensproeier The drought that bothered our country especially in June, has led to problems in various places. Many dikes were affected by the heat. The drought causes cracks that weaken the dikes. To prevent this, several Waterboards have started spraying the dikes with water. Because this is done best from the water, Broveco has built an attachment, which can be used on a standard Conver C485 ...


    By Conver BV

  • Valtra updates the S Series – new look, more power and productivity

    Valtra’s reliable S Series has been updated with a new fourth generation look, increased power and new features. The S Series is powered by an AGCO Power 8.4-litre engine that complies with Stage 4 emissions standard yet produces up to 400 horsepower and 1650 Nm of torque with boost. The engine has twin turbos, one of which has an electronically adjustable wastegate. Thanks to the new ...

  • No-tillage management of olive groves can improve soil structure while maintaining yield

    Non-conservative tillage techniques, such as milling and harrowing, are the most common way to manage soil in Mediterranean olive orchards. A new study confirms the value of alternative methods based on the use of spontaneous cover crops which can significantly improve soil structure and reduce erosion whilst maintaining yields. The olive tree is one of the most widespread crops in the ...

  • John Deere Reveals 4 Family Compact Utility Tractors

    John Deere introduces the 4M and 4R Series compact utility tractors for homeowners and landscape contractors who are looking to do more than mow grass. Six, stylish models (4044M, 4052M, 4066M, 4044R, 4052R, 4066R) make up the family and provide operators the uptime, performance, comfort and convenience needed for various tasks, including loading, mowing, and digging. "With compact utility ...


    By John Deere

  • Select groundcover management systems found viable for organically managed apple orchard

    Determining and implementing orchard management practices that can improve soil organic matter is one of the primary goals of the USDA's National Organic Program. For producers in the southeastern United States, where interest in small-scale and organically managed orchards is growing, the challenge can be finding combinations of groundcover management systems and organic nutrient sources that ...

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