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11-12 June 2025 

Roy Ward Farms

Leadenham Lincs

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Stand: 824

Amazone has always been the harvest to harvest specialist, concentrating on soil tillage, seeding and planting as well as crop care through its extensive fertilising and spraying ranges. The soil tillage sector for AMAZONE has seen both soil inversion and mechanical weeding systems being added to the range whereas, on the planting scene, then high-speed grain singling with the Precea precision seeder for maize, rape and sugar beet is an expanding area of expertise.

AMAZONE Ltd will again take the opportunity at Cereals 2024 to showcase kit that reflects the shifting trends in crop establishment. These shifting trends are also supported by government help through the SFI and grants available through the Farming Equipment Technology Fund. These grants help farming to seek methods of upping soil organic matter levels, improving soil health and increase traffic carrying capability through the use of more cover crops, stale seedbeds, the targeted use of fertiliser with the seed, reduced disturbance during drilling and a change in timing with later drilling choices.

With the FETF once again in mind, Cereals will offer Amazone the chance to promote its range of tine seeders which fit perfectly into the reduced or no-till sector. The Condor 12001-C and Primera 3000 are two examples of the direct seeder range from AMAZONE. On the stand also will be the Cayena tine seeder and all of these drills offer fertiliser placement along with the seed as well as the option of a third hopper to be used for cover cropping and/or fertiliser. The Cirrus 4003-2C will also feature the low-disturbance, Cirrus MinimumTill Disc which is ideal for establishing a cash crop after a cover crop.

However, seeding still encompasses a huge diversity of operation from the conventional soil inversion/ drill combination systems, which offer so much flexibility in warming soils, drying soils and cleaning up difficult weed issues, through to the no-till spectrum of the tine seeder working in min-till or unmoved stubbles.

See the new Pantera 7004
On the crop protection theme, this year sees the introduction of the Pantera 7004 self-propelled sprayer. The all-new 7,000 litre machine, available in boom widths up to 48 metres, offers a completely new chassis system that self-levels on slopes and offers the ability to alter the track width on the front axle different to the rear. This increased capacity machine also features more comfort with a new driver’s cab, more engine power and the added option of DirectInject.

Mechanical weeding is also included in the FETF and the Schmotzer hoe range at Cereals will see the Select hoe range equipped with a liquid fertiliser applicator and band sprayer via the FT-P 1502 autonomous front tank with a 1500 litre tank capacity, hydraulic pump drive and up to 7 part-width sections via GPS-Switch. Also with the hoes will be the FTender autonomous fertiliser delivery hopper, which can be used to band spread fertilisers in row crops along with a hoeing pass, as well as to provide a fertiliser carrying system for a precision seeder or drill combination.

In the Sprays & Sprayers ring
On parade both days in the Sprays & Sprayer ring will be the UX 4201 Super / 36m AmaSelect trailed sprayer, along with the Pantera 4504 self-propelled and UF 02 series mounted ranges.

In the stubble cultivation sector will be the Cobra shallow cultivator. The Cobra is available in 6 & 7 m working widths and features 6 rows of ECO leaf spring tines on a 13.3 cm row spacing.  The Cobra is designed for top shallow stubble cultivation, or for seedbed preparation following the plough. The ECO tines can be fitted with either a narrow point or the 22 cm wide, duck foot share depending on depth of work and the level of the intensity required. Following the tine element will be either the double tine straw harrow or a reconsolidation roller depending on the application whereas, up-front, the Cobra can be equipped with the knife roller or Crushboard. The Cobra 6000-2TX on the stand will be equipped with a GreenDrill 501 catch crop seeder box demonstrating its flexibility when it comes to cover crop establishment.

The new Catros 03-2 compact disc harrows
Amazone will also use the event to showcase the new Catros+ 03 compact disc harrow range. The new, folding 4 m, 5 m, 6 m and 7 m models, with or without rear bogey chassis, feature the SmartFrame system which enables the depth to be changed on the move without altering the levelness of the machine. SmartFrame , as the depth alters, also gives more clearance between the discs and the frame as well as between the discs and the rear roller when working deeper enabling better soil passage and higher work rates. The Catros+ 03 has the option of the 480mm X-Cutter discs for shallow stubble chitting, the 510mm smooth, fine-serrated or coarse-serrated concave discs or, as the CatrosXL model, with a longer leg and 610mm discs, for working deeper (up to 16 cm) or in more surface organic matter, such as when incorporating cover crops or vegetable residues.

You can find Amazone on Stand 824


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