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Netherlands: Agrifac expands its range of the Condor sprayer
Agrifac VertiPlus is a de-mountable system, specially designed for spraying crops which require to be protected deeper into the crop, such as asparagus. Asparagus grows from a bed with a height of 40 cm, a width of 50 cm and a row distance of 200 cm. The plant grows to a maximum of 160 cm high. The VertiPlus spraying system is mounted on a standard Agrifac Condor J-boom. Folding of the boom is pneumatic. The VertiPlus has a vertical length of 1m 20cm. The ground clearance of the Agrifac Condor is 125 cm.
The first machine is already working in Germany for a grower with 200 acres of asparagus. The Agrifac user has chosen the Agrifac Condor because of the StabiloPlus chassis, the ease of use, the standard ground clearance of 120 cm and the option of working at 30meters for spraying potatoes and corn but also working at 24m for asparagus. The VertiPlus, which is mounted to the standard J-Boom of the Condor, is foldable from within the cab using the standard EcoTronicPlus system. Depending on the row distance, the VertiPlus can be mounted to current operators spray booms.
For more information:
Agrifac Machinery B.V.
Tel: +31(0)521 527 228
Mob: +31(0)6 53134 883
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