NextSwath End-of-Row Turn Technology by Trimble

Taylor Truckey

TMX_2050_Display_Front_NextSwath As producers across the country begin to put this year’s crops in the ground, Trimble has launched their NextSwath End-of-Row Turn Technology that will improve efficiencies throughout the growing season. When approaching the end of a crop row, NextSwath automatically executes a turn pattern that precisely aligns the implement to begin working while minimizing skips and overlaps. This will reduce operating & fuel costs, compaction zones on field edges, crop damage, and time in the field for growers while improving their productivity. Also, as Trimble products work on a variety of different machinery, growers are able to use NextSwath technology on a broad range of vehicle brands and implement types.

“Trimble understands that enabling a grower to be more efficient can make all the difference,” said Pierre-Andre Rebeyrat, marketing director for Trimble’s Agriculture Division. “With NextSwath, Trimble provides growers with a tool to improve both the accuracy and consistency of their end-of-row turns and the technology works with a diverse range of equipment brands. NextSwath complements an already large family of Trimble solutions designed to improve the productivity of today’s farming operations.”

To purchase the technology, contact a Trimble reseller at: http://dealerlocator.trimble.com.

View the full News Release here: Trimble News Release

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