Lindsay introduces new corner system

November 2004
Southeast Farm Press;11/3/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 25, p34
Trade Publication
This article reports that Lindsay Manufacturing Co. announces development of the new Zimmatic MAXfield Custom corner system, with SmartChip Technology. The new system is designed to provide industry-leading application uniformity. According to Zimmatic Product Manager Al Kuta, the new MAXfield Custom corner employs a unique design concept to help growers gain more uniformity and better resource utilization. The new system is equipped with several technology advancements. Some of these technologies are: SmartChip Technology; and MAP Software.


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