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How Agronomic Design is helping farmers: A Sustainable Year story

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29 September 2023, Basildon: In the latest story from CNH’s digital series dedicated to Sustainability and Innovation, we look at how our Case IH brand’s Agronomic Design team takes inspiration from customers to deliver the solutions they need.

The story is accompanied by an interview with renowned expert Dr. Jonathan D. Witter, Chair, Horticulture Division; Associate Professor – Agronomy & Soils at Ohio State University. Dr. Witter highlights the increasing importance that agronomy plays in farming today.

The science of agronomy is based on seven pillars: crop protection, harvest quality, crop residue management, soil tilth, seedbed conditions, seed placement accuracy and plant food availability. Taking all these factors into account, Agronomic Design helps farmers maximize the yield potential of every crop in their field.

At CNH, we put innovation, sustainability, and productivity to work. We embrace the science of agronomy. Our products are designed to help farmers increase their productivity in the most efficient and sustainable way possible.

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