Building extensions

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In order to accommodate the constantly growing need for larger planters and bigger frames we are proud to have been able to invest in an extension of our factory building. Our current 2nd building of 1500 square meters will soon be extended with another 880 square meter floor space. The investment includes an overhead crane as well as a CNC machining centre with 1.5m X-axis travel.

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Mark Stubbs on his 4-row no-till monosem planter in zimbabwe

4-row Monosem No-Till planter

Mark Stubbs plants 150 Hectares of maize with his Monosem planter. He also plants 100 Hectare of Virginia Tobacco and another 80 Hectares of wheat in the South Headlands area of Zimbabwe. He is the proud owner of a 4-Row No-Till Monosem planter. The...
Ferti fertiliser auger

Fertisystem Auto-Lub® augers for precision fertiliser distribution

  The Fertisystem Auto-Lub® augers are made from highly durable corrosion free components. The stainless steel Fertisystem® auger shaft runs on two 6006.2RS ball bearings that are extremely well protected. The protection consists of a stainless steel washer, felt...

5 Reasons why the Monosem seed metering unit stands out far above the rest

Less doubles and skips - The flat seed disc of the Monosem seed metering unit is less sensitive to seed size and shape. It picks up multiple seeds and the access pips get knocked of higher up in the metering unit. Conventional seed meters try to ensure single seed...
No-Till Twin Row Planter

No-Till Twin Row Planter in Kwazulu-Natal

  Monotec, previously known as Carrotech, has been the importer of the MONOSEM planters for 16 years. Their planters are well known for the highest precision in seed and fertiliser placement. Monotec has added to their range of planters with the release of their...

First trailed No-Till planter in Zimbabwe

We are proud to announce : The first trailed No-Till MONOSEM planter has been delivered to a Zimbabwean Farmer near Kwekwe. By now this 6-row machine has successfully planted 200 Hectares of maize directly into wheat stubble. This planter was the first No-Till MONOSEM...