The Electroherb Model A does not use chemicals avoiding soil contamination
Zasso, global specialist in key weed and invasive plant control technologies by using systemic electric power, assembled its new Electroherb Model A in its Indaiatuba unit, in Brazil. It uses a disruptive technology, developed by Zasso, that destroys both the shoots and the even more critical roots of plants by employing high-voltage charges. These powerful lightweight systems deliver safe and robust solutions without requiring any chemical agro-toxics making it safe for the environment, the infrastructure and people.
The Electroherb technology clears the target areas of invasive plants for months without any side effects such as chemical waste, soil erosion and possible damages to infrastructure caused by mechanical elimination.
The Electroherb Model A is attached to a tractor that pulls it through the client’s target area. To operate the equipment, Zasso offers full training to clients making them certified operators. This warrants not only the safety of the target areas but also of the people operating the Electroherb Model A (picture above).
Zasso GmbH is situated in Aachen, Germany, close to the economic, agricultural and political heartlands of Europe and near to RWTH Aachen University. The company connects German university know-how and high-tech industry expertise in electrophysics, environment and agriculture with Swiss economic foresight and Brazilian long-term development competence.
Looking at the economic impact of efficient weeding worldwide, we are working with strong partners in different fields. Our aim is to be present on all major global markets in the near future. Making weeding a clean technology.
Bernardo Andrade PR Manager – Zasso Group email@example.com