The development and implementation of GPS tractor guidance or site-specific farming has been made possible by combining the Global Positioning System (GPS) and geographic information systems (GIS). These innovations enable the coupling of real-time data collection with exact position information, leading to the efficient manipulation and data analysis of large amounts of geospatial information. GPS-based applications in GPS tractor guidance are being used for farm planning, field mapping, soil sampling, tractor guidance, crop scouting, variable rate applications, and field mapping. GPS allows farmers to work during foggy and low visibility field conditions such as rain, dust, fog, and darkness.
In the past, it was difficult for farmers to correlate production methodology and crop yields with land variability. This limited their ability to develop the most effective soil/plant treatment planning that could have increased their production. Today, more specific application of pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers, also, better control of the scattering of those chemicals is conceivable through accuracy horticulture, in this way decreasing costs, delivering a higher yield, and making an all the more earth amicable homestead. Exactness horticulture is currently changing the way ranchers and agribusinesses see the land from which they harvest their benefits. Accuracy horticulture is tied in with gathering convenient geospatial data on soil-plant-creature necessities and endorsing and applying site-particular medicines to increment rural generation and secure nature. Where ranchers may have once treated their fields consistently, they are presently observing advantages from micromanaging their fields.
Exactness agribusiness is picking up in prominence to a great extent because of the presentation of high innovation apparatuses into the agrarian group that is more precise, practical, and easy to use. A significant number of the new advancements depend on the coordination of installed PCs, information accumulation sensors, and GPS time and position reference frameworks.
Many trust that the advantages of exactness horticulture must be acknowledged on extensive homesteads with tremendous capital speculations and involvement with data innovations. Such isn't the situation. There are cheap and simple to-utilize strategies and procedures that can be created for use by all agriculturists. Using GPS, GIS, and remote detecting, data required for enhancing area and water utilize can be gathered. Ranchers can accomplish extra advantages by joining better usage of composts and other soil revisions, deciding the financial edge for treating pest and weed infestations, and protecting the natural resources for future use.
Irrigation products are our major business unit. Casella imagines and assembles from beginning to end: hose reels for sprinkler irrigation, hose reels with engine or turbine rewinding, hose reels with integrated motorpump, hose reels detected by satellite-drone maps, motorpumps for water irrigation or slurry-manure distribution, pumps for water irrigation and slurry-manure, underground pipe lines for slurry-manure-sewage-Biogas products distribution with ripper.
High-quality and assistance have been the principal objective of Casella Macchine Agricole since its beginning in 1954.
Leader in irrigation, Casella is also a frontrunner in VRT (Variable Rate Technology) with fertilizers spreaders for corn, tomatoes, field-crops and vines and special sensors for vegetation index and environment analysis maps. With the help of 100 construction personnel, we even manifacture compactor rolls and wagons. A huge spare parts warehouse, an area of 75.000 sq.mt. and a timely after-sales service complete Casella's offer to agriculture.
Since 1954 Casella Macchine Agricole has paid attention to quality and service.
Casella’s main production regards irrigation systems. Casella enitrely designs and produces: hose reels for sprinkler irrigation, hose reels with engine or turbine rewinding, hose reels with integrated motorpump, hose reels driven by satellite/drone maps, motorpumps for water irrigation or slurry/manure distribution, pumps for water irrigation and slurry/manure, underground pipe lines for slurry/manure/sewage/Biogas products distribution with ripper.
Benchmark in irrigation, Casella is also a leader in vrt (variable rate technology) with fertilizers spreaders for corn, tomatoes, field-crops and vines and special sensors for vegetation idex and environment analysis maps. Thanks to 100 employees, the production includes compactor rolls and wagons. A huge spare parts warehouse, an area of 75.000 sq.mt. and a timely after-sales service complete Casella’s offer to the world of agriculture