Current event converage
On 06.08.2014 was held "Field Day" which was attended by firms PIONEER SEEDS BULGARIA Ltd (official distributor of DuPont fertilizer group Ruli - France) and company MEGATRON AD (the official representative of the brands JOHN DEERE and BEDNAR for Bulgaria)
February 2014 saw delivery of NZ's first Bednar 10mtr disc cultivator, into Canterbury cultivation and drilling contractor Te Pirita Enterprises. Owner Steve Roberts says he was not sure what to expect operating such a wide machine, but after using the Swifterdisc XE 10000 he is pleasantly surprised...
Bednar FMT showed its most nurtured baby so far, Omega drill, to public during Agritechnica'2013 in Hannover, Germany. The machine on display was Omega OO 6000 Ferti, 6 meter working width, separate incorporation of fertilizers and all the other bells and whistles are mounted on it. After making impression internationally Omega 6000 Ferti landed in LIthuania at UAB "Kamės ūkis".
Deep loosening is becoming more and more popular in Romania. The absence of irrigation systems where farming, is highly dependent on the quantity and periods of rainfall, are the main reasons why Romanian farmers are switching to deep tillage.
Brownrigg Agriculture is a large-scale intensive farming operation, based at Poukawa, south of Hastings in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. Along with many hectares of squash grown and exported to Japan, and a variety of other crops, they grow 1000 hectares of maize grain.
At the beginning of July (8,9,10) in 2014 for the sales team of Megatron EAD was organized trip to the Czech Republic to visit the factories of Bednar and visit agriculturally farms in the country. The trip began with a visit to the sales team at the head office of Bednar, located in Prague. The team was given the opportunity to walk and learn about the structure and organization in the main office of Bednar.
This year’s BEDNAR Field day, which was the largest ever, is over. Keeping with tradition, the event was organised in cooperation with the ZS Sloveč farm in Městec Králové on 25-26.6.
The availability of productive soil has suffered a significant reduction all over the world. Any increase of sales in vegetable production by enlargement of cultivated areas is basically impossible. Affecting the realization prices remains only a dream for most farmers. What options does a farmer have then? Improving the intensity on existing fields proves to be the right way to go.