– Martin Ullmann, CEO
Weed control has undoubtedly been the number one enemy of modern food production.
As a result, sustainable agriculture faces two major challenges:
In sustainable agriculture, we can achieve on average 40% pesticide reduction compared with conventional farming.
In comparison to chemical weeding, mechanical weeding has no impact on the ground water
Mechanical weeding provided by NEWMAN reduces the amount of chemicals used, and thus mitigates the risk of accidental pesticide poisoning.
We demonstrate that with the weeding speed provided by the NEWMAN device, we can noticeably reduce the time and required workforce to process the same area in the field.
3x time more profit per hectare compare to conventional farming.
Mitigate the risk of labor shortage.
“The coronavirus crisis has shown how vulnerable we all are, and how important it is to restore the balance between human activity and nature. At the heart of the Green Deal the Biodiversity and Farm to Fork strategies point to a new and better balance of nature, food systems and biodiversity; to protect our people’s health and well-being, and at the same time to increase the EU’s competitiveness and resilience. These strategies are a crucial part of the great transition we are embarking upon.”