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It's all about your soil

De-burdening the soil now, that’s what it's all about

Our soil is on the decline

Soil quality under pressure

The soil is one of the major pillars of our subsistence. It is the basis of our food production, of nature, energy, drinking water and the carbon and nitrogen cycle. We may take it all for granted, but, over recent decades, we have failed to treat our soils with due respect.

Soil quality is under a great deal of pressure. We are losing healthy, fertile soils all over the world at a rapid pace. Zuidberg therefore assumes this responsibility by developing systems that - when used structurally - reduce soil pressure and lead to reduced compaction and 15% higher crop yields.

Our soil is on the decline

Soil quality under pressure

The soil is one of the major pillars of our subsistence. It is the basis of our food production, of nature, energy, drinking water and the carbon and nitrogen cycle. We may take it all for granted, but, over recent decades, we have failed to treat our soils with due respect.

Soil quality is under a great deal of pressure. We are losing healthy, fertile soils all over the world at a rapid pace. Zuidberg therefore assumes this responsibility by developing systems that - when used structurally - reduce soil pressure and lead to reduced compaction and 15% higher crop yields.

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Increased compaction of agricultural soils

Improved soil biodiversity

It's getting hotter and wetter

Opt for soil-friendly track systems

This is how you reduce soil pressure
  • Track systems exert a far lower pressure on soil than pneumatic tyres. Damage to underlying soil layers is therefore limited.
  • Year-round use of track systems increases root development and leads to a yield increase of up to 15% in just a few years.
  • A reduction of soil compaction leads to improved soil life, resulting in accelerated recovery of the natural soil balance.
  • Crops that grow in healthy and well-balanced soils have increased natural resistance.

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Zuidberg tracks versus Michelin UltraFlex tyres

Proven soil compaction

Tracks have a less soil-compacting effect than agricultural tyres, even when compared with modern, extra flexible UltraFlex tyres. Such is the result of research in Vrouwenpolder (province of Zeeland), commissioned by the agricultural magazine Boerderij and conducted by Wageningen UR, Aeres Hogeschool and the Swedish University in Uppsala.

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