THE FINEST GRAPES MAKE THE FINEST WINES
EnoControl™ grape harvesters read pre-prepared harvesting maps in real time to sort grapes of differing qualities into two different hoppers to ensure that only the finest grapes make the finest wines. Part of the premium viticulture strategy, you can be sure to increase your profits. Furthermore, these maps can be used to control inputs to bring uniformity to yields and to manage costly inputs. FORCE-A’s award winning Multiplex® anthocyanin sensor enables you to access real time grape maturity information on Braud 9000 machines.
ECOBRAUD REDUCES YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT
Consumers are increasingly demanding farm produce with a reduced carbon footprint, and the ECOBraud strategy, that encompasses the complete range of New Holland viticulture equipment, including Braud grape harvesters and speciality tractors does just that. When fuel savings from IMS and fertiliser savings from spreader management are combined, a reduction in the carbon footprint of vineyards by up to 40% is achievable, well ahead of the 2020 targets, which mandate a 20% overall reduction. This will directly contribute to a 10% reduction in the overall carbon footprint of each and every bottle of wine produced.
MANAGING VARIABLE RATE INPUTS
The spreader management package uses Field-IQ™ technology to automatically vary the quantity of fertiliser being applied, depending on requirement. The system reads pre-prepared yield maps, and only applies fertiliser where it is needed to reduce input cost while maximizing yields.
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