“I think that it is one of the best seed drills for our extreme conditions.”

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“Last year we achieved approx. 1.6 t/ha on the land that we sowed using the AMAZONE Condor. In areas where we sowed using a different seed drill, with different coulters, the yield was an average of just 800 to 900 kg/ha.” reports Dalel Dzhuzbaev, whose Miras 2000 farm is located in Sadyrbay in Kazakhstan. The farm grows mainly wheat, barley, flax, durum and grass on an area of 20,000 hectares. The farm decided to use the AMAZONE Condor, on account of the very dry local conditions. “We need to conserve our water resources. Our main precipitation is in winter and there is very little rainfall in the summer months. For that reason we chose the tine seed drill.” says Dzhuzbaev. The simplicity of the Condor made for a convincing argument, even for a practical person such as Dalel Dzhuzbaev: “The seed drill is of a simple construction and there are just a few component parts that could fail or shut the machine down. We haven’t really changed any spare parts over the past year.” Dzhuzbaev is a also very happy with the yield per unit area figures: “The sowing speed is also very good. We can cover around 130 hectares in a 10 hour shift. That is very good. But it is not only the output that we like, the Condor also sows the seed at the required depth. We don’t need to be constantly walking the fields checking. Once you have set the coulter and the coulter pressure, the seed drill sows the seed accordingly. The sowing rate is also precisely maintained. The seed rows are easy to see at field emergence after sowing with the Condor. There are fewer gaps when compared with other seed drills. I recommend the seed drill everywhere, even on social media, the seed drill makes a real contribution to an increase in the harvest yield.”

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