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Special paths of life with and among HORSCH From painter to photographer… Germany, near Gera. This is where we meet our colleague from the paint shop at our Ronneburg site: Axel, 34 years old and working for HORSCH since 2012. Today we would like to tell you his story. How did he come to know HORSCH and work there? How did he turn into a part-time photographer? And all that thanks to HORSCH...
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Never is not quite right. But first, let's start from the beginning. Before we talk about sowing time, let's answer the question: Why grow catch crops?
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Average reading time: 5 minutes In the last blog article, we discussed straw distribution before stubble cultivation. What did we learn? That it is particularly important to take a look behind the combine. The keywords are: Homogeneous straw distribution and Good chaff quality
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Average reading time: 3 minutes Straw – it is a by-product of the harvest, but its significance of straw and, thus, also for straw management is constantly increasing. We want to question and to examine these topics. For what happens in front of the combine has become as important as what remains behind the combine.
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Average reading time: 4 minutes It is and still remains one of the most important pests in maize: the European corn borer. Due to climatic changes, it is spreading more and more also in Germany and causes holes, broken plants and perhaps even damage to the maize cobs. To minimise yield and quality losses, the pest can be controlled at different stages chemically, mechanically or biologically.
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Average reading time: 4 minutes In the first two parts of this blog series, we focused on the parameters that can be changed directly at the tyre to work in a soil-conserving way. Air pressure adjustment and different tyre dimensions were pointed out as solutions. Thus, the contact area pressure can be reduced, and the soil can be protected sustainably.
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Average reading time: 4 minutes In the first part of our blog series, we dealt with the basic situation and the problem of soil compaction. In addition, we described possible parameters for solving the problem. In the second part of this blog series, these points will be discussed in more detail and substantiated with figures and examples.
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Average reading time: 4 minutes The danger of soil compaction caused by large, heavy and wide machines is nothing new. Because of their weight, the soil is compacted to such an extent that the pressure destroys its structure, and it can no longer fulfil its essential functions.
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Average reading time: 3 min The topic “fertiliser“ has already been present in the media for several years: farmers have to struggle with fertiliser prices they hardly have an influence on. Moreover, society and the farmers, too, mutually demand a respectful interaction.
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