Determine fertilization needs with the help of a portable reflectometer
How much fertilizer to use?
The optimal nitrogen supply of the field crop is, was and will be the most critical decision in agriculture and it was never as hard as it is today. The need for high yields due to economic pressures often clashes with concerns about ecological, political, and social responsibility, casting doubt on your farm management practices.
N-Pilot® 2.0 helps solve this dilemma.
N-Pilot® 2.0 is a handheld, portable sensor that supports decisions about fertilizer applications.
How does it work? Simply put, it measures the nitrogen nutritional status of crops by assessing the plants chlorophyll content and the amount of biomass.
N-Pilot® 2.0 provides a nitrogen fertilization recommendation that includes all top-dressings for cereals and the total N-requirement for rape seed after winter.
About N-Pilot® 2.0
Fast measurements for immediate results
Measurements with N-Pilot® 2.0 are carried out in 20 seconds while moving through the field. Measuring a vegetation index provides information on the crop development and nitrogen uptake. The nitrogen fertilization requirement is calculate by comparison with an over-fertilized reference zone
The fertilization advice considers the following parameters:
- Crop variety
- Expected yield
- Growth stage of the crop
- Protein target (grain protein content)
- The diagnosis is fast, reliable and cost effective.
- It provides direct nitrogen fertilization advice in the field.
- Controls and optimizes both yield and protein content.
- A robust and autonomous device adapted to the regional specifics.
- It can be used by multiple users.
- Crop varieties are updated regularly by LAT Nitrogen.
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