Reset
Rema EnviMaxX potato haulm puller
To reduce carbon dioxide emissions in agriculture, REMA Environmental Machinery BV has developed a 48 Volt fully electrically driven haulm puller / root cutter for mechanical potato haulm (foliage) destruction in (seed) potatoes.
Kwatro
The Kwatro from Dewulf is a 4-row self-propelled potato harvester with bunker and Flexyclean®.
Potato Handbook (English version)
This book on potatoes in clear language, complete (588 pages) and up-to-date (2018) is written by renowned potato scientist Anton Haverkort. It makes you an instant expert on all aspects of potato cultivation, potato storage and much more...
Omnivent's Omnicuro
Farmers with storage facilities for potatoes or other rootcrop can look forward to a new storage management system which will be launched on the worldwide market shortly: Omnivent's OmniCuro
Tolsma-Grisnich Air Control MAX
The new ‘Air Control MAX’ fan for (potato) storage ventilation is innovative on 3 features: 36% reduction in noise level, Up to 35% fewer r.p.m., Air output up to 7% higher.
Dewulf SB 151 Receiving hopper of 5–6 m³
The SB 151 is the smallest receiving hopper (5–6 m3 bunker capacity) from the Dewulf product range. However, the machine is equipped with the necessary features. This receiving hopper is the right choice for smaller growers.
MC 80 cm wide conveyor belts
The MC 80 single belt conveyors use an 80 cm wide troughed conveyor belt and have a capacity of more than 130 tonnes/h at a belt speed of 40 m/min.
Tolsma Mechanical Refrigeration
In response to changing requirements, Tolsma-Grisnich is developing new Mechanical Refrigeration Systems
Dewulf TAT 1685 85 cm wide duo belt conveyor
The TAT 1685 duo belt conveyor uses an 85 cm wide troughed conveyor belt and has a maximum length of 16 m. This series of transport conveyors is easily extendible/retractable and the discharge height can be adjusted with a hydraulic pump.
PomAgro Haspargit®
Haspargit® is the brand name of a unique assortment of fertilisers produced and sold by Pomagro NV consisting of by-products of the sugar, agriculture, and horticulture industries.
Help