The Fendt Rogator 900 series of self-propelled machines for crop protection application and fertilization consists of five models, the 932, 934, 934H (High Clearance), 937, and 937H, with a power range from 216kW to 272kW.
According to the company, the time windows for crop protection operations are becoming shorter and shorter due to climate change, and drivers spend many hours on the machine.
A spacious cab ensures a high level of working comfort even during long working days.
In addition, the VisioPlus cab provides an unobstructed view of the crop. Fendt said in a statement that the cab had also been equipped with a dual filter system with an activated carbon filter to protect the driver from dust, aerosols and vapors. Weather and climate conditions are decisive influencing factors when carrying out crop protection and fertilisation measures.
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