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  • Sampo Rosenlew - Model 1046pro - Harvester

    Thinning harvesters work in young, dense forest. The design of the Sampo-Rosenlew harvester is underpinned by its suitability for thinning operations. The four-wheel, frame-steered harvester moves with excellent fluidity. Thanks to its powerful hydraulic traction motors and high-articulation cardan joint assembly, the unit can handle even the ...

    By Sampo Rosenlew Ltd based in PORI FINLAND, FINLAND. from Forest Machines Product line

  • Sampo-Rosenlew - Model HR46 - Harvester

    The HR46 is the new workhorse for first thinning. Even more powerful than its predecessor 1046pro, the harvester now has a larger, 135cc pump, which facilitates operation at an engine speed reduced by a third. This change improves performance and reduces consumption, which translates to increased profitability of thinning operations for the ...

    By Sampo Rosenlew Ltd based in PORI FINLAND, FINLAND. from Forest Machines Product line

  • Model CI-110 - Plant Canopy Imager

    The CI-110’s digital platform enables you to simultaneously capture wide-angle plant canopy images and estimate Leaf Area Index (LAI) and Photosynthetically Active Radiation (PAR) levels from a single canopy scan. No more taking multiple scans above and below the canopy…leave your tree-climbing equipment at home.

    By CID Bio-Science, Inc. based in Camas, WASHINGTON (USA).

  • Rhizoboxes Systems

    Rhizobox systems of different designs are used to i) separate rhizosphere soil from bulk soil, ii) are a feasible ways to study different aspects of soil–root interactions, iii) to measure root growth and iv) to sample defined root types (e.g. age classes, orders). Splitting the root compartment of rhizoboxes (twice in ...

    By Vienna Scientific Instruments - CombInnoTec GmbH based in Bad Vöslau, AUSTRIA.

  • Greenhouse Heating System

    The Greenhouse Industry will support most initiatives that may provide a practical and cost efficient alternative to the traditional means of heating greenhouse structures. The most common method of heating a greenhouse in a commercial setting is with the use of fossil fuels such as natural gas, fuel oil, etc. However, any alternative to exact a ...

    By Agrilab Technologies Inc based in Windsor, ONTARIO (CANADA).

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