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John Deere receives recognition for soil management

NYHEDER

10.04.2019

Mannheim, 10th April 2019 – John Deere Manure Sensing uses the HarvestLab 3000 sensor’s near-infrared (NIR) system to measure nutrient values during slurry application. This advanced technology has now been awarded with a special recognition by the European Land and Soil Management Award jury under the auspices of the European Commission (DG Environment and the Joint Research Centre) in association with the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) of Vienna.   The Land and Soil “Special Recognition” prize has been awarded on April 9th, during the event of the Forum for Agriculture (FFA) by the European Landowners’ Organization (ELO) for a major Breakthrough...

John Deere receives recognition for soil management

NYHEDER

10.04.2019

Mannheim, 10th April 2019 – John Deere Manure Sensing uses the HarvestLab 3000 sensor’s near-infrared (NIR) system to measure nutrient values during slurry application. This advanced technology has now been awarded with a special recognition by the European Land and Soil Management Award jury under the auspices of the European Commission (DG Environment and the Joint Research Centre) in association with the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) of Vienna.   The Land and Soil “Special Recognition” prize has been awarded on April 9th, during the event of the Forum for Agriculture (FFA) by the European Landowners’ Organization (ELO) for a major Breakthrough in Soil Technology”. The jury highlights the outstanding land use and soil management practices reducing soil threats. The HarvestLab 3000 provides farmers and agricultural contractors a new technology for more sustainable management of the nutrient cycle and improving the efficiency of the use of manure fertiliser. Its purpose is to prevent over or under-fertilization by constantly measuring nutrient values during slurry application thanks to manure sensing. John Deere Manure Sensing allows farmers to apply Nitrogen, Phosphate and Potassium precisely based on a nutrient target and/or maximum rate in kg/ha. These ingredients and the total applied volume are documented with the system also able to utilise site-specific prescription maps. The coveted prize recognizes the great value of farmers’, universities or private companies work b...