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jun 24 equity funding

CROP.ZONE secures USD 11 million equity funding

Keeping an eye on the world market: CROP.ZONE strengthens its capital base for serial production Good news for herbicide-free agriculture., manufacturer of the volt.fuel Electrical Weeding System, has significantly strengthened its capital base for entering into serial production. Existing shareholders (incl. Nufarm Limited) and new financial investors... read more →
feb 15

KAMPS DE WILD, NUFARM und CROP.ZONE kondigen exclusieve samenwerking aan voor NUCROP oplossing in nederland

De Duitse agtech start-up CROP.ZONE, de Australische gewasbeschermingsspecialist Nufarm en de Nederlandse distributeur van landbouwmachines Kamps de Wild zijn trots een exclusieve samenwerking aan te kondigen op het gebied van innovatieve, hybride elektrische loofdoding en onkruidbeheersing, waarbij Kamps de Wild BV in Nederland de exclusieve machineverkoopen supportpartner voor NUCROP... read more →
jan 25
nov 05

Press: “A shocking way to terminate plants”

The "producer-magazine" reports on's technology on October 2021: ( An application of conductive liquid is made ahead of the tractor, while the rear-mounted generator and electrically charged panels do the plant termination at the back end. | Nucrop photoThe first people to try electricity to kill unwanted vegetation were... read more →
nov 05

Herbicide Diquat is no longer approved. AGROLINE, HAFL and Strickhof test’s technology under real-life conditions

The effective herbicide diquat is no longer registered. Alternatives to weedcontrol in potatoes are in high demand. This is where's electrical application comes into play. This method has now been tested under practical conditions by AGROLINE, HAFL (Bern University of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences) and Strickhof - Competence... read more →
sep 30