Smart Integrated Multi-Product Prescription Application System (SIMPAS™) represents the next evolution in prescriptive agriculture, allowing farmers to simultaneously apply multiple products in-furrow to targeted pressure areas. With SIMPAS, you apply only what you need, precisely where you need it.
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Right now, early adopters of a SIMPAS system can earn 30% off eligible SIMPAS-applied Solutions™ (SaS™) purchased this season and receive additional discounts in 2022 and 2023.
Purchase a new SIMPAS system from Trimble® by May 1, 2021, and earn incentives on all eligible SaS products in SmartCartridge® containers for the next 3 seasons.
Highly concentrated granular insecticide that provides broad-spectrum control of corn rootworms and other seed-attacking pests.
The proven way to maximize nematode control and improve yield results in corn.
Corn soil insecticide that provides broad-spectrum control of corn rootworms and other seed-attacking pests.
An essential micronutrient for optimizing corn yield and performance.
Participating farmers will receive incentives on SaS during the 2021, 2022 and 2023 planting seasons. Additional SaS will be available in SmartCartridge containers, and eligible for incentives, in 2022 and 2023.
2021 incentive will be equal to 30% of eligible SaS-treated acre purchases.
2022 incentive will be equal to 25% of eligible SaS-treated acre purchases.
2023 incentive will be equal to 20% of eligible SaS-treated acre purchases.
You work with your trusted agronomic advisor to develop a prescription with SIMPAS-applied Solutions that are delivered with our patented SmartCartridge® container technology. SmartCartridge containers create a closed delivery system for faster and safer handling, applying only what's prescribed, precisely where it's needed. You only pay for the acres you treat while eliminating opening, pouring and mixing. SmartCartridge containers can be placed or switched when stopping for seed, fuel or other planned stops, thereby increasing planting efficiency with real-time in-cab monitoring of dispensed and remaining product. Automated as-applied records improve tracking of applications by management zone.