AGCO RoGator equipped with Y-logic precision application

06-04 | |
AGCO introduces Y-Logic, a premium nutrient delivery system for its RoGator LiquidLogic and legacy liquid systems. - Photo: AGCO
AGCO introduces Y-Logic, a premium nutrient delivery system for its RoGator LiquidLogic and legacy liquid systems. - Photo: AGCO

AGCO Corporation announced today a strategic collaboration between its AGCO Parts division and EZ-Drops. The agreement provides AGCO’s RoGator dealers in North America exclusive parts access to Y-Logic, a new dealer-installed nutrient delivery system by EZ-Drops for the RoGator LiquidLogic and legacy liquid systems.

According to AGCO, RoGator self-propelled sprayers are used by many North American farmers and custom applicators for accurate and efficient fertilizer application. “Excess nitrogen negatively affects both the environment and farm profitability. One of the simplest ways to reduce nitrogen without sacrificing yield is to move nitrogen application closer to the time crops need it,” says Darren Goebel, director of Global Agronomy and Farm Solutions at AGCO.

Pivot-mounts by EZ-Drops for all factory boom sizes up to 120 feet

The new nutrient application system with patent-pending quick-attach, pivot-mounts by EZ-Drops is now available at AGCO RoGator dealers for all factory boom sizes up to 120 feet, and all row widths regardless of how nozzle boom spacing is configured.

“RoGator is a highly-customizable platform for the farmer and custom applicator, and it’s innovative aftermarket solutions like Y-Logic by EZ-Drops that allow our customers to extract maximum value out of their machine to apply product to the field in the most efficient way possible.” says Nick Scates, parts marketing specialist for Application Equipment at AGCO Parts.

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Flexible, yet rigid, distribution tubes at the bottom put gentle pressure on the crop and deliver nutrients on target to the base of the plant. - Photo: AGCO

Flexible, yet rigid, distribution tubes at the bottom put gentle pressure on the crop and deliver nutrients on target to the base of the plant. – Photo: AGCO

Easy installation and removal

AGCO says Y-Logic’s efficiencies extend beyond its agronomic benefits and also include easy installation and removal capabilities, which are designed to save operators valuable time. “Y-Logic’s ease of use and accuracy is the new industry standard. This premium system is light weight, folds from the cab, is self-guided by the crop, and the heavy-duty stainless-steel breakaway spring and hydraulic fittings, along with high-wear tips make it durable,” says Andy Blackmer, EZ-Drops co-founder.

Use half the drops

When it comes to the performance of the system, it stays on target so well that the manufacturer recommends using half the drops that other systems call for. “We are crop-guided, because our flexible, yet rigid, distribution tubes at the bottom put gentle pressure on the crop and deliver nutrients on target to the base of the plant,” says Jeff Heinsohn, the company’s other co-founder.

Because of this, the system is lighter, doesn’t weigh the boom down, and allows for a full boom installation on a system as wide as 120 feet, says AGCO.

Goebel confirms that Y-Logic’s capabilities align with the overall value provided by the RoGator application system: “In-season nitrogen application with Y-Logic by EZ-Drops puts nitrogen where it is needed, when it is needed, maximising crop yield and minimizing losses to the environment.”

The new nutrient application system with patent-pending quick-attach, pivot-mounts by EZ-Drops is now available at AGCO RoGator dealers for all factory boom sizes up to 120 feet, and all row widths regardless of how nozzle boom spacing is configured. - Photo: AGCO

The new nutrient application system with patent-pending quick-attach, pivot-mounts by EZ-Drops is now available at AGCO RoGator dealers for all factory boom sizes up to 120 feet, and all row widths regardless of how nozzle boom spacing is configured. – Photo: AGCO

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