IDEAS FOR OUR FUTURE - implemented in a practical and resource-saving way: Professional farming and thus agricultural machinery are faced with major challenges today.

Intelligent crop production

Whether tillage, sowing, fertilizing or plant protection. AMAZONE offers the machines and the knowledge - from harvest to harvest. Here you will find all technical reports on the subject of intelligent crop production.

The world of precision

Discover the new potential offered by our machines and digital developments offer in precision agriculture these days. More...

Spreader Application Center

With the new Spreader Application Center AMAZONE continues to expand still further its level of customer service in time for the 25th anniversary of its FertiliserService. In addition to the already established areas – such as the fertiliser laboratory and spreading hall – the Spreader Application Center now also includes the areas “Test and Training”, “Data Management” and the associated “Knowledge Transfer”. The last two being added to respond to the increasing...

3C - Cost Cutting Concept

“5 % more yield with 50% less fuel and 60 % less time” – this strapline shows the potential benefits gained from converting from a conventional to a conservation soil tillage system.

The background behind this calculation lies in the results of field trials, which Amazone has carried out in conjunction with the farming company AG Kitzen (based near Leipzig), and in cooperation with the DLG test centre and the FAL (Federal Agricultural Institute) Braunschweig (today...

Test fields

AMAZONE has been carrying out arable trials at various locations for many years to investigate the optimum interaction of soil tillage and sowing as well as fertilisation and plant protection in the overall process. The results of these trials show how you can "save in the process".

Controlled Row Farming

Row-based, arable farming with a special focus on biodiversity. In conjunction with AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG and SCHMOTZER Hacktechnik, AMAZONE started a new, long-term field trial in 2020. This project has now been recognised as the DLG-Agrifuture Concept Winner 2022.