CHOOSING A Monosem CULTIVATOR
Versatile Monosem solutions help you diversify your activities, protect biodiversity, and preserve your soil resources. A Monosem cultivator is the best tool for weeding, eliminating ground caking, and even localized fertilizer application.
Besides offering an alternative solution to chemical weeding, cultivation also provides numerous financial, agronomic and environmental benefits. Using a Monosem cultivator helps you perform a variety of tasks that are essential for optimal crop development: weed control, improved soil water infiltration and pest control.
In line with global trends for protecting soil and implementing ever more responsible crop operations, the Monosem team works tirelessly to bring you solutions that combine productivity, simplicity and sustainability. These smart solutions helping both users and the environment take the form of camera guidance and unit raising by GPS.
ALL OUR PRECISION CULTIVATORS
3 cultivators, one goal: to promote the development of your crops
MONOSEM ALSO OFFERS…
- TRUSTED &
CLOSE AT HAND
- TRUSTED & CLOSE AT HAND
- ACTION, RESPONSE!
where and how TO BUY A MONOSEM CULTIVATOR
BOTH IN FRANCE AND WORLDWIDE
Monosem's distribution network spans the entire globe, which means you can buy your cultivator in France or another country.
SUPPORT AND ADVICE
FROM A SALES REPRESENTATIVE
Every year, Monosem trains over 200 sales representatives and technicians who form part of its distribution network.
That way, we ensure that our sales representatives and technicians are fully familiar with Monosem machines.
ASSISTANCE FROM A TECHNICAL SALES MANAGER
Your dealer may decide to contact a Monosem regional technical sales manager for assistance if required.
They will support your dealer.
TO THE DEALERSHIP
Not long now until you get your cultivator!
START-UP BY A TECHNICIAN FROM YOUR DEALERSHIP
All Monosem dealers are strongly encouraged to help you start up your Monosem cultivator.
If required, they can also contact their Monosem regional technical sales manager.
The time has come to optimize your crops' potential.