The “Tobacco” farming can be summarized in three main processes: the preparation of the soil, the cultivation and care of the plants, up to the collection and drying of the leaves.
TOBACCO FARMING AND HARVESTING: TWO DELICATE PHASES
Cultivation of tobacco plantations is a complex process. The tobacco machines proposed and developed by Oliver Agro embrace some main stages of tobacco growing and are used for the preparation of the soil, for the transplanting of tobacco, the collection and sorting of the leaves.
PREPARING, COLLECTING AND DRYING: THE MAIN STEPS
In the first phase, Oliver Agro has tobacco machines that perform the furrowing of the soil: this is why the series 90 RIDGER makes the beds, keeps weeds away and keep the beds before and after transplanting, in addition to the sterilization or fertilization of the soil.
In the second phase the self-propelled Combinet and Jack TMT facilitators perform both the manual collection and sorting of the tobacco leaf and in the last one weeding and foliar treatments.
SEE THE CATALOG OF TOBACCO FARMING EQUIPMENT
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