Sowing without limits – MultiBin and MultiMap

The Cirrus trailed cultivator drill is a pneumatic seed drill which is characterised by its superb, precise working performance; both in conventional and mulch sowing. In working widths from 3 m to 6 m and hopper sizes from 3,000 l to 4,000 l, the Cirrus range is highly efficient. Due to the flexibility and different conveying system concepts, the Cirrus offers the right solution for any farm, from compact sowing combinations to large-scale seed drills.

MultiBin – Cirrus multi-hopper system

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The application of more than one medium during sowing has become commonplace. The use of several hoppers enables you to apply not only seed but also fertiliser, a companion crop or undersow crops at the same time during the same pass. For example, the Cirrus-CC trailed seed drill combination used in conjunction with the GreenDrill universal catch crop seeder box enables up to three different materials to be simultaneously applied at various placement depths, independently of each other. Seed and fertiliser can therefore be flexibly combined.


The following practical advantages are provided:

  • Reduction in the number of passes
  • Increase in fertiliser efficiency through the application of a starter fertiliser or depositing fertiliser with the seed
  • Precise metering and placement of seed types of varying size
  • Integration of undersown crops in the main crop
  • Maintenance and promotion of biodiversity


Flexible application of several materials 

MultiMap – part-area, site-specific application for any medium

AmaTron 4 provides the MultiMap function with the GPS-Maps&Doc software licence.

Since the soil conditions, water availability and therefore also the yield potential can sometimes vary greatly within a field, it makes sense to tailor seed and fertiliser rates to these conditions. MultiMap enables any medium to be regulated independently via application maps, so that it can be applied on a part-area, site-specific basis.

In addition to part-area, site-specific sowing and fertilisation, the coulter pressure can also be regulated depending on the soil quality on the basis of a soil texture maps. Variable soil conditions are compensated for and an even seed placement is obtained.

TwinTeC+ coulter pressure


The following practical advantages are provided:

  • Tailoring of seed rates, fertiliser rates and coulter pressure to individual part-areas
  • Increase in efficiency and exploitation of the natural yield potentials
  • Environmentally compatible and efficient use of inputs
  • Simultaneous processing of up to four application maps


Management of differences in soil type on a part-area, site-specific basis 


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