Ground Moving for Crop Yield Maximization

Check out our unique approach to combating water buildup on fields. Unlike traditional methods that flatten terrain and disrupt soil ecosystems, we prioritize preserving the natural landscape and its microorganisms.

From Research and Development to Field Production

As we experienced flooding in our fields, our Agro research and development team searched for an efficient solution. When they found and tested one, it was ready to be implemented on a large-scale, in our field production. We started out on 130 hectares of our organically certified farm.

Implementation

The process starts by surveying and recording the field’s terrain with our drone. Using longitudinal and transverse slopes, we redirect the excess water and channel it out of the field.

Advanced GPS technology guides a specialized machine to even out the field’s surface, resulting in uniform drying and making more precise cultivation timing decisions.

The Results Speak for Themselves

Our approach to managing water retention has delivered valuable results. Better cultivation quality, evenly spaced crops, and significantly higher yields demonstrate the effectiveness of this innovative approach.

To sum up, our unique farming method provides a sustainable solution to water buildup issues. It not only boosts yields, but also minimizes our impact on the natural fertile layer and the microorganisms in it.

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