At the beginning of October, RWTH Aachen University starts the joint project "Development of an Alternative Method for Vegetation Control on Track Systems" on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) and the German Center for Railway Research at the Federal Railway Authority (DZSF). Track systems, especially... read more →
The Australian crop protection and specialty seed company Nufarm and the German ag-tech start-up CROP.ZONE have entered into a cooperation agreement. The collaboration aims to launch Nufarms and CROP.ZONE´s hybrid herbicide solutions across major European markets, starting with implementing an early adopters program for the 2021 seasonin Benelux and... read more →
With crop.zone, we are developing alternative technologies to manage weeds and to desiccate crops like potatoes, etc. We offer a sustainable and robust alternative to conventional herbicide tools, which will become more and more needed in a world with more restrictions... read more →
The ground-breaking project called SEWIA (selective electrochemical weeding in agriculture) will develop new tools enabling farmers to use modern methods for selective weeding in vegetable cultures such as lettuce and other high-value specialty... read more →
German farmers are undoubtedly in a quandary. On the one hand, consumers are increasingly demanding that cultivation be as environmentally friendly and sustainable as possible. On the other hand, there is still a certain price sensitivity among customers: If potatoes or flour suddenly cost twice as much everywhere, the... read more →
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April 27th 2020 crop.zone GmbH (Aachen-Germany) is pleased to announce the expansion of its advisory board. This board helps shape and guide the strategy of crop.zone hybrid herbicide, working closely with the leadership team to capitalize on future growth opportunities. About Michiel De Jongh Michiel holds an M.Sc. degree in Industrial... read more →