Address:
Unit 3,
3, Selgar Avenue
Tonsley
South Australia
5042
Australia

Contact Number:
Telephone: 61 8 83574437 / Fax: 61 8 83574537

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Catgory:
Crop production


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LIQUID SYSTEMS

Liquid Systems (SA) pioneered the development & manufacture of precise liquid delivery systems for planters & seeders – used globally for accurate in-furrow injection of liquid fertilisers, fungicides, insecticides, nematicides, micro-nutrients, inoculants, soil conditioners & soil wetters. Established in 2002, mechanical engineer Peter Burgess realized that precise liquid delivery systems couldn’t be built with ‘off-the-shelf’ components. They’ve since been at the forefront of making accurate in-furrow liquid injection systems a practical reality. Exceptional quality & practicality has driven expansion nationally & overseas. Durable & reliable, turn-key modules & components can be installed on new or used equipment & integrate easily with leading brands of Precision Ag systems. With a key R&D focus, Liquid Systems (SA) works closely with national & international farmers, government research bodies and chemical companies, running trials at the forefront of latest developments.

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