Providing tools for a herbicide-free world.
Advanced power electrophysics for clean weed control
Electroherb™: the non-chemical crop protection alternative
Advanced power electrophysics for clean weed control
Providing tools for a herbicide-free world.
Advanced power electrophysics for clean weed control
Electroherb™: the non-chemical crop protection alternative
Advanced power electrophysics for clean weed control
Providing tools for a herbicide-free world.
Advanced power electrophysics for clean weed control
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Positive electric weeding tests in vineyards validated by French Wine Institute (IFV)

Zasso concluded its first independent validation of the XPS electric weeding solution in vineyards. Results from the French Wine Institute showed 80% weed control efficacy under optimal conditions, statistically similar effectiveness to chemical weeding, Integrity of vine respected, and no negative effect of electric weeding seen on earthworm population. Read the complete result in the Press Release below.

CNH Industrial N.V. becomes a minority shareholder of Zasso Group AG

Today, we are proud to announce that CNH Industrial, a world leading supplier to the agricultural markets, has acquired a minority stake in Zasso Group AG. This transaction, a vote of confidence on the quality and potential of our company, brings us four fundamental benefits: 1) a gain in legitimacy, 2) increased distribution capability, 3) greater funding for development and 4) a continuation of our independence. It strengthens significantly our ability to play a leading role in the transition towards a herbicide-free world.

For further information, read the press release at CNHi Post.

Launch of Agxtend XPU sustainable weed control without chemicals

Xpower XPU electric weeding

Zasso™ launches the XPower XPU solution with AGXTEND, offering municipal and landscaping companies a new disruptive and efficient way of combating weeds without herbicides. As a highly effective alternative to chemical agents, the tractor-based XPU allows the systemic control of unwanted vegetation thanks to the tested XPower™ system and electrophysical technology. Such chemical-free solutions for weed control are becoming more and more important in municipal environments, in gardening and landscaping as well as for special weed control needs such as in industrial areas and on paths. The advantages of the XPower™ system, which has already been tested itself in agriculture, can be seen among other things: it is residue-free, at any time of the year and largely independent of the time of day and temperature as well as the systemic effect on the weed. 

Read more below at this PR!

Successful control of invasive alien plants on hard surfaces

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Successful control of invasive alien plants on hard surfaces

Very positive results from testing of “Zasso’s Electroherb™️ technology in a two-year test phase to control invasive alien plants (“IAP”) with alternative methods along roadways. The study was held in cooperation with the Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) within the framework of the project “Control In Road”, part of the CEDR Transnational Road Research Program Call 2016.” Check the press release for further information.

Certis Europe trials with Electroherb® for chemical-free weed control on railway.

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Zasso continues its collaboration with Certis following successful initial trials over the last year using Electroherb® technology for plant management on railway tracks.
The Rail Services division of Certis has confirmed that weeds and invasive plants were controlled effectively on test track areas using a modified road-rail vehicle.

Please see the press release attached, from CERTIS.

Electroherb™ successful weed control in sugar beets

Effective weed management in sugar beet cultivation will become difficult in the future due to the non-approval of proven herbicidal active agents. In this context, Zasso, the leader in electric weed control, is pleased to announce successful weed control in sugar beets, and the publication of its results, yesterday, at the 29th German Conference on Weed Biology and Weed Control (Braunschweig, Germany). 

Please, find our press release below!

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