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EmissionReduction

One of the most environmentally harmful emissions in modern agriculture is one that has been flying under the radar. Nitrous Oxide (N2O) is a gas created through the natural soil process of Nitrification. Unusable, unavailable nitrogen fertilizer converts to Nitrous Oxide and gases into the atmosphere through the process of Nitrification. Nitrous Oxide is actually 300 times stronger as a molecule to the contribution of climate change.

With Agriculture Production tied to 20-25% of global greenhouse emissions, the production and use of synthetic fertilizers and the direct link to N2O is a key area of concern for environmental sustainability and a huge target for reduction. There is a solution to drastically reduce N2O emissions! Synthetic fertilizers almost all use Ammonia as a fertilizer base which the excess of application created by the wrong timing, the wrong placement, and the over application of product to what the crop actually requires significantly increases N20.  

INDIVIDUAL PRODUCT PLACEMENT

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Singulation Right Side Seed Ledge Placement
Left Side Seed Ledge On 4" Paired Row.
Centre Down The Point Deep
Right and Left 4" Paired Row
Left Side Seed Ledge and Centre Point Side and Deep Band
Singulation Right Side Seed Ledge Placement
 

The SMART Seeder technology which meters the Exact requirements of fertilizer that each row needs, combined with up to 6 different soil placements of products in the soil maximizes the new plants uptake of fertilizer in the soil reducing harmful and excess N2O emissions.

The SMART Seeder technology which meters the exact requirements of fertilizer that each row needs, combined with up to 6 different soil placements of products in the soil maximizes the new plants uptake of fertilizer in the soil reducing harmful and excess N2O emissions. This coupled with being able to complete seeding and fertility in a single pass with the SMART Seeder gives the most advanced platform for the reduction of cropping emissions on the planet.