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MARTIN LISHMAN

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Established in 1975, we specialise in crop storage and monitoring, potato quality, compact spraying systems and cultivation. Martin Lishman innovations use low-cost digital technologies to meet the challenge of reducing post-harvest food waste. Products are practical to use and often unique and have been introduced to the industry in response to the needs of our customers.

Compact Sprayers from Martin Lishman


Martin Lishman design and manufacture compact sprayers for agriculture, horticulture, sports turf and amenity spraying. ATV, Tractor Mounted, Demount and Trailed versions are available with a choice of tank and boom sizes to suit your spraying requirments.
 

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TuberLog Electronic Potato


The TuberLog electronic potato is an acceleration measurement device which records impact forces received while moving with real potatoes during harvesting and processing and locates damage and bruise-causing parts of machinery (including washers). It comprises a data logger embedded in a synthetic shape designed to mimic the size, shape and density of a ware potato.
TuberLog registers impacts instantly when they occur both audibly in the operator’s headphones and displayed visually on the screen of an Android tablet. The operator watches the electronic potato as it passes through the machine and can immediately see the exact source of the impact.
 

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Martin Lishman Professional Crop Storage Systems


Pile-Dry Pedestals cool crops quickly to prevent insects, conserve quality, reduce waste and meet crop assurance requirements.
Pile-Dry Pedestals and Fans is the fastest low volume crop cooling system and is the only system of its kind that will dry grain.
Pile-Dry Pedestals is the most energy-efficient, low-cost and practical solution to crop cooling and is the number one choice for storage professionals.
Pile-Dry Pedestals are metal free-standing vertical aeration ducts with a centrifugal fan fitted into the top that can be moved easily between them.
 

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Bourgault VOS


The Versatile Opener System (VOS) lets you create the drilling combination that suits your needs. With a range of holders to fit the tine there is a choice of single or paired row tips offering different combinations of horizontal and vertical separation of seed and fertiliser.
 

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Barn Owl Wireless Crop Monitoring and Fan Control


Barn Owl Wireless automatic controllers ensure that only air good enough to cool or dry the stored crop is used. Fans start automatically if ambient conditions fall below pre-set limits. Control programmes are selected for each fan via the user’s webpage, allowing energy-efficient independent operation of cooling and drying fans in relation to each crop sensor reading.
 

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Martin Lishman Showreel


Established in 1975, we specialise in crop storage and monitoring, potato quality, compact spraying systems and cultivation. Martin Lishman innovations use low-cost digital technologies to meet the challenge of reducing post-harvest food waste. Products are practical to use and often unique and have been introduced to the industry in response to the needs of our customers.
 

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Bourgault VOS: A Game Changer

Bourgault VOS: A Game Changer


Leigh Donger's 6m Horsch Sprinter fitted with VOS coulters leaves minimal impact while drilling
Min till/no till crop establishment has sparked the interest of many who desire more sustainable farming practices with reduced input costs.
Min till/no till crop establishment has sparked the interest of many who desire more sustainable farming practices with reduced input costs. Bourgault Tillage Tools’s Versatile Opener System (VOS) has been designed to meet these objectives, offering minimal soil disturbance and reduced wear rates at a lower cost per hectare.

Introduced to the market 4 years ago by Bourgault importer Martin Lishman Ltd, VOS users have reacted positively to the system, seeing more even crop establishment, increased moisture retention and time savings.

Following the decision to adopt VOS, Leigh Donger from Peacock Farm shared his views: “In 2018 we changed to VOS and it was a real game changer! We thought that the knock-on points we were using previously created low disturbance, but the VOS single shoot is something else. I had to check that the field had been drilled, and even questioned the student to make sure he had done the job!”

No stranger to the Bourgault range, Leigh made the move to VOS to gain better control of the fertilizer element: “The main reason we changed was because of how VOS distributes the fertilizer; alternative openers just spray the fertilizer on the soil after the coulter. I wanted the fertilizer to be under the seed or at least under the soil. VOS does just this, plus I can go straight from rape seed to beans without changing anything on the drill leg.”

For more information please visit our website at www.martinlishman.com
Sales enquiries can be made to Stuart Aldworth at stuart@martinlishman.com
 

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Firefighters douse tractor ‘well alight in a field’

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Written by Agriland Team

Firefighters were called in to extinguish a tractor which was “well alight in a field” in Somerset, England, this week.

The incident occurred yesterday afternoon, Wednesday, July 29, on Chilton Road, Chilton Polden, Bridgwater, in the English county, local firefighters confirmed.

In a brief report on the matter, Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service said: “Fire control received calls to a tractor on fire at Chilton Polden, Bridgwater.

“Fire control sent two fire engines from Bridgwater, one fire engine from Street and one water bowser from Yeovil.

Once the crew got in attendance the officer in charge confirmed one tractor well alight in a field...
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