Over 20 machines will be filling KUHN’s stand at Cereals 2024, including a debut for the new mechanical weeding Tineliner and Rowliner machines, alongside several recently launched products, including the Optimer L 12500, suited to CTF systems.

The Tineliner and Rowliner were briefly seen at Agritechnica and offer growers another option to reduce chemical usage while controlling weeds.

The Tineliner range has three models – 6m, 9m and 12m – and is constructed from 1.5m sections with 48 tines across six rows.

The Rowliner also features three models – 500, 620 and 660 – offering row widths between 500-800mm.

Models on the stand at Cereals will be the Tineliner 12m, and 5m Rowliner 500 with 6 rows at 750mm widths, with Rowlink camera guidance and section control.

Edd Fanshawe, KUHN’s arable and connected services product specialist, says the wide selection of machinery on show demonstrates KUHN’s role as a specialist in the marketplace: “Our stand represents the breadth of our product range and how we are a full line implement manufacturer catering for a comprehensive range of arable requirements. Our expertise in the arable sector, and the addition of the mechanical weeding range, completes our crop care options.”

Growers after crop protection and nutrition products can view KUHN’s Metris 2 trailed sprayer, and the recently launched Aero 32.1 24m mounted boom fertiliser spreader, in the demo ring. The Aero offers users greater accuracy when spreading granular fertiliser, helping to reduce environmental losses on field edges, and the option to apply a lower quality fertiliser to accurate widths.

A selection of drills on show includes a Megant 602 R, Maxima 3 TIL E 8 row precision drill, Espro 8000 and a HR 3004 with a Venta 320-40 combination drill unit. Users assessing baling options have the recently launched VB 3290 round baler, and the SB 1290iD Optifeed, which features the Twinpact plunger system, offering 25% higher bale densities in dry crops compared to conventional large square balers.

KUHN will also be highlighting the benefits of its technology with the CCI 800 and 1200 Isobus interfaces that can operate a wide variety of implements through a single display, and the customisable CCI A3 joystick to arrange controls in one place.

KUHN will be on stand 809 at the show from 11-12 June at Bygrave Woods at Newnham Farm, Hertfordshire.