11. November 2021
Thank you for speaking to us at Farming Innovations. At ZP AgTech we see that monitoring nitrates in the soil helps the farmer, the environment and developers. The soli nitrate rod does this by reducing fertilizer costs for farmers and reducing run off and pollution from fertilizing.
11. November 2021
The ZP AgTech Nitrate Soil Nitrate Sensor is a game changer for both the precision application of nitrate fertilizers and for the controlling the environmental impact form farming and developments.
10. November 2021
The ZP AgTech nitrate sensors are being installed within the glasshouses.
10. November 2021
Nitrate sensors at Farm Innovation
The ZP AgTech team were delighted to be at the Farm Innovation Show today. Nothing teaches you more about your product than getting out there and meeting the real people who will use it.
07. November 2021
Please use the scan the QR code or click the button below to have ZP AgTech contact you after the show.
15. October 2021
ZP Company Meeting
Zimmer and Peacock held their annual company meeting in October, which was a great opportunity for many members of staff to meet and get to know each other better. A range of presentations and workshops helped keep everyone aligned with the current projects and company goals.
09. September 2021
ZP Agtech has the World's only functioning commercial biosensor for agriculture and water monitoring applications. This week we visited the University of Warwick Ag Centre to discuss our nitrate sensing technology.
07. September 2021
ZP AgTech is going to The Farm Business Innovation Show
On November 10th & 11th, ZP AgTech will be exhibiting at The Farm Business Innovation Show at the NEC in Birmingham.
04. August 2021
Nitrate Case Study
A case study showcasing and explaining the data from 5 Zimmer and Peacock Nitrate Rods.
20. July 2021
At ZP we are delighted to be partnered with PBL and JIC in developing a soil nitrate sensor, as we see one of the futures for humanity is agriculture technologies (AgTech), including precision farming. One of the first problems to solve in AgTech is the addition of fertilizers to the soil. Most current ferritization strategies is based on the experience of the farmer and/or the agronomist, but there is no real time feedback to the farmer regarding the current nitrate concentration in the soil...

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