The technology combines elements of traditional (plow) and zero (no-till) soil treatments. The Mzuri sowing complex performs 3 key operations in one pass of the field, and allows the hanging of any crops.
Loosening (to a depth of 25 centimeters), fertilizing (for the entire depth of processing), hanging seeds (at controlled depth) are performed without preliminary preparation of soil on the stubble of the predecessor.
The seeding complex forms a band of 12 cm wide, and an intermediate row width of 24 cm (or 58 cm depending on the setting) remains covered with stubble or mulch. Due to this, moisture is better stored in the untreated soil, and in the treated strip, as it quickly warms up during the day and cools down faster at night, moisture is condensed, which is especially important for arid regions.
With the application of the technology of strip processing, only about 30% of the field is used, while the remaining 70% in the form of row spacings remain vapor.
- Execution of 3 operations in one pass of the field
Fuel economy (consumption 13-16 l / ha)
Saving machine and human resources
- Preservation and accumulation of moisture
Efficient use of fertilizers
The absence of abrupt changes in temperature
Only 30% of the field is used, and 70% (row spacing) remains in vapor
Improvement of the soil structure
Lack of plow soles
Edge edge effect
- Raising yields
Reducing costs (saving fuel, fertilizers, machinery and human resources)