The strengthened collaboration will create synergies aimed at leveraging the competences and product offerings of both companies – establishing dual-fuel hydrogen technology as a low-carbon interim solution before suitable zero-emissions alternatives become viable.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota Morris (UMM) have invented a method by which farm tractors are able to run on a mixture of diesel fuel and anhydrous ammonia. According to MPR News, UMM researchers used a 70/30 blend of diesel and fertilizer and are hopeful that the tech’s increasing cost-effectiveness can help cut down farm equipment emissions by as much as 50%.
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In this episode of On the Record, New Holland Agriculture President Carlo Lambro talks about the future of the company's North America network. In the Technology Corner, Noah Newman takes a look at the recently award-winning One Smart Spray system.