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Big discs, more clearance

Larger diameter discs and a new approach to depth control are the trappings that make Amazone Catros XL a real pro in the field of incorporating large amounts of trash. Working at depths of 5-16cm, the discs perform equally well in stubble and slurry incorporation.

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Amazone AmaTron TwinApp

Twins among themselves - With the TwinApp for the AmaTron 4 you can connect a tablet to act as a second screen rather than having to flick between menus. We take a closer look at how it works and why it could benefit you, even if you want to use it with other makes of kit.

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Amazone Catros XL 6003-2TS compact disc harrows

Bigger discs go deep - Amazone’s Catros XL 2TS is its answer for farmers wanting to disc at depths down to 16cm. The 4.0m to 6.0m range is only sold in a semi-mounted format, and we tried the 6.0m model on some chitted oilseed rape stubble.

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Amazone UF2002 mounted sprayer with FT1502 front tank

More volume, more comfort - The new Amazone UF2002 mounted sprayer has a massive 3,500-litre capacity when combined with the FT1502. Find out what else is new in our exclusive driving impression

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Amazone UX4201 Super trailed sprayer

Is it really super? When we tested the Amazone UX trailed sprayer back in 2006 there was very little to complain about. But the implement maker has not been resting on its laurels, launching the UX4201, it has added even more features and technology. The outcome is a top-notch sprayer, but with a top-shelf price.

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Amazone Ceus 4000-2TX cultivator

Catros + Cenius = Ceus - Ceus blends Amazone's Catros disc harrow and Cenius tine cultivator. This type of disc/tine tool is now a familiar sight on UK arable farms, so how does the new Ceus compare with its many rivals?

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Practical Test: Amazone Centaya 3000 Super power harrow drill

Near perfect planting - While there is lots of talk of low-disturbance drilling, the long-serving power harrow drill is still the tool of choice for getting many arable crops in the ground. Focus for our practical test is the Amazon KG harrow and Centaya pneumatic drill combo, which impressed with its precise performance.

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AMAZONEN-WERKE are specialists in fertiliser spreaders, seed drills, active (rotary cultivators and rotary harrows) and passive (disc cultivators and harrows) soil tillage, precision air seeders and crop protection sprayers. AMAZONE has also been offering high-performance equipment for park and lawn maintenance and winter road gritting for many years. You will find out everything else here in the image film!