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Ad EIMA con nuove soluzioni combinate per il risparmio di risorse

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At a time when costs, from raw materials to energy, are a major issue for the world of agriculture, research and development must move towards solutions that also allow a saving of resources for operators: this is what Celli is doing at EIMA International 2022 (9-13 November) by presenting the latest innovations in this direction.

Celli stand (Hall 25, Stand A22) displays a fixed power harrow MAXI, specially designed and prepared to work together with a pneumatic seeder, a combined solution that allows two types of processing, soil preparation and sowing, in a single step.

Celli will also display SCORPIO S, the largest side-shift mulcher among those produced so far, which meets the needs of the Australian market; but also EV, a side-shift rotary tiller designed for inter-row processing in vineyards and orchards: a model that, after last year preview, has now seen the completion of the design after the various field tests.

Among rotary tillers, at the trade show there will be TIGER 190 BIO too, a model designed to work according to the dictates of organic farming; and SUPER TIGER 450 P, one of the largest folding rotary tiller (reaches a working width of 6.41 meters).

Eventually, at EIMA will be displayed solutions that are enjoying great success on the market, such as bed formers, for the first time in a fixed version: at the Celli stand you can in fact find a fixed stone burier LOTHAR equipped with a bed former that, installed in place of rear roller, is able to shape the soil processed by stone burier, creating pre-formed seed beds, ideal for growing different types of vegetables.

For further information or to book a meeting at EIMA: https://www.celli.it/en/blog/evento/eima-2022/

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