Brazilian company MagnoJet showcased its new spray nozzle technologies adapted for bioinput applications at Agritechnica 2023.
"Our MJS nozzle produces a solid jet that applies the biological product directly to seeds during planting in the planting furrow," said Flávio Silva (Product Manager at MagnoJet).
According to Silva, this technology delivers the product "at the point and moment where it needs to be used, increasing the product's lifespan."
"It is a nozzle specifically developed for this application model, which is the in-furrow application," he said.
In addition to this solution, he also noted the transparent filters produced by the manufacturer, which are designed for the spray tails of biological products.
"Often, inputs come in wet powder, and sometimes a slightly more complex tail. Our transparent filters provide an x-ray view inside the tail to monitor tail homogenization and more," Silva said.
Some spray nozzles work better, offering better bioinput availability and interfering less with its action, he added.
"The pressure on live microorganisms in bioinputs can have some interference with the pump," he further added.
According to Silva, ″the largest market for biological spraying is in planting furrows. Sales of our nozzle, the MJS, have exponentially increased with the adoption of biologicals in Brazil.″
″Companies, as well as the population and farmers, are paying much more attention to the biologicals market, due to the sustainability of its products,″ he further said.
He then pointed out that some regulations impose a reduction in the use of agrochemicals or even a drastic decrease in the use of these products.
″Companies are running after it, and today, there is popular pressure, not only governmental but popular, to use fewer phytosanitary products. Therefore, application technology is also here to help, ensuring the correct use of a spray nozzle and the correct volume of broth, all of which can help. MagnoJet is always willing not only to sell products but to also share its knowledge in application technologies with producers,″ he said in conclusion.
(Editing by Leonardo Gottems, reporter for AgroPages)
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