The perfect setting – cut costs and protect the environment


When using high-quality centrifugal fertiliser broadcasters, it is important to enable an optimum machine setting by providing precise information.

Every user of AMAZONE fertiliser spreaders can quickly and easily request the optimum machine setting depending on the machine type, working width and fertiliser type via our mySpreader App or our Online-FertiliserService.

Would you like to know more about this?

If you wish to use the settings optimised for your fertiliser type and also the settings which are perfectly matched to your fertilizer batch, then a free laboratory test based on a 5 kg sample can provide individual setting recommendations.

Simply download our ServiceCard, fill it in and send it together with a 5 kg sample of your fertiliser to:

AMAZONE FertiliserService
Am Amazonenwerk 9 – 13
D-49205 Hasbergen-Gaste

It goes without saying that the sample is analysed completely free of charge and as quickly as possible.
We wish you a perfect start to the fertilizing season!

Spreader Application Center

With the new Spreader Application Center AMAZONE continues to further expand its level of customer service in time for the 25th anniversary of its FertiliserService.

On-line fertiliser database

Our fertiliser database informs you of fertiliser settings for AMAZONE spreaders. Having inputted just a little information from your side, the required data is quickly accessed.

mySpreader App

The all-in-one package for perfect spreader adjustment consisting of the FertiliserService database, the digital and mobile EasyCheck test kit and the EasyMix App for blended fertilisers.

Spread pattern simulator

The spread pattern simulator gives an intuitive introduction to how a fertiliser spreader works. Optimal settings for a variety of combinations of fertilisers and working widths can be clearly displayed and the influence that wind and fertiliser quality have also shown. Try it for yourself…


Precise spreading made easy!
Digital, mobile test kit for the simple optimisation of lateral distribution