Magnation Water Technologies began with vision and faith of founders Mike and Stef Jenzeh to introduce revolutionary chemical-free water treatment to farmers in California in 2008, every day in between then and now has been dedicated to improving water quality and maximizing water productivity.
Seven years later in stage 2 of Mike’s European tour with Piet Regnerus of Magliv Corporation—Magnation’s EU distributor—both met yesterday with Peter Millenaar, the general director of Agrifac. Currently a leader in Europe for the manufacturing of spraying machines. They’ve accurately identified that the world needs more and more food the same way Magnation has identified the world needs more and more life-promoting rain like water, and are rising up to the challenge with innovative and efficient designs. This shared understanding makes Magnation and Agrifac both champions of doing more with less.
After thorough, Dutch-style data-based testing of Magnation’s Drift Control products, Agrifac has seen verifiable results showing improved spray quality with smaller droplets, less drift and wider angle spread to be able to lower the boom (thus reducing even more drift and increasing efficacy). This results in more coverage and drift reduction while improving speed—in essence, higher productivity.
“I parallel the innovative Dutch farming techniques to the way they bring value to the international soccer arena. Dutch coaching and strategy has undeniably produced many quality players for the Champions leagues. For example, FCÂ Barcelona adopted advanced innovative systems created by the Dutch years ago, and have catapulted this football (soccer) club into the elite status. With this same attitude and integrity, the Dutch agricultural industry produce high-quality and high-quantity of yields per acre. They’re also one of the smallest impactors on carbon dioxide emissions. With heavy research and production of the highest varieties of seed potatoes in the world, this small country is a global leader in efficient productivity, similar to the Israelis with active openness and solution-oriented towards water quality and quantity in desert soils with their share of agricultural challenges. It’s the resourcefulness I admire, the kind that is paramount to a sustainable future.” says Mike Jenzeh.
Today, Mike and Piet kick off Agritechnica—the worlds largest Agricultural Machinery and Equipment Show in Hanover, Germany from November 10-14th, with preview days November 8-9th, with enthusiasm for a successful week. If you’re in the area, visit us at Booth B-25 to learn more about Magnation’s powerful tools for boosting productivity and a sustainable future of farming.
Thanks for journeying with us!