How does the interaction work?
The plant sensor measures the chlorophyll content of the plants and thus analyzes how much nitrogen the crop needs. The optimum amount of fertilizer can then be calculated on the basis of previously defined minimum and maximum values for N, P and K. The NIRS sensor in the slurry tank also records the nutrient values of the organic fertilizer. With ISOBUS it is thus possible to apply exactly the amount of fertilizer that the crop requires. This precision can be exceeded even further if soil maps are stored, which indicate the yield potential and the nitrogen replenishment. This is the future of fertilization.
Your advantages at one glance:
- Combined with plant or soil sensors for even more precision
- Demand-oriented fertilization