Touchscreen setting up and adjustment of a precision seeder is one of the key features of the Elektra drill from Italian manufacturer Sfoggia, whose product line is being launched by AMIA (Stand 8142) at Lamma.
The operator can set and monitor the whole sowing process, including pre-loading of seed, correct distribution of seed, fertiliser and pesticides, and collection of settings data for future use. Electric motor drive on each seeding unit adds to the precision performance at speeds up to 15kph.
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Sfoggia’s Calibra vacuum precision planters for vegetable and sugar beet seed with one to three line sowing capability and its transplanters, represented by the Florida model, will also feature.