The Miedema Structural 4000 is a mounted or trailed 4-row belt planter that combines extreme planting precision, a high driving speed (up to 11 km/h) and potato-friendliness. The Miedema Structural is without a doubt the fastest yet also the most reliable potato planter on the market. Our belt planters are suitable for straightforward, place-specific planting of a wide variety of seed potatoes.
The heart of a Structural
The renowned Structural belt planting system combines precision with a high level of product-friendliness. The unique planting system limits friction between the tubers and therefore prevents damage to the seed potato. The unique, potato-friendly planting belt concept gives each individual seed potato optimum room to grow based on its size. That way you always get a homogeneous end product. The open design of the belt bed also does an excellent job of separating foreign matter from the seed potatoes and makes it easier to perform maintenance and adjustment of the machine.
Precision farming within easy reach
By making use of GPS support, the Structural can map out the parcel. The control system ensures precise planting. Thanks to our Precision-Planting system you are assured perfect placement of the seed potatoes, with even spacing, at the correct depth and in a single line in the middle of the ridge. Moreover, with the Miedema planters you can also perform place-specific planting, granulate spreading and fertilising, all independently of each other.
3 variants based on your needs
Our precise, potato-friendly Miedema Structural 4000 belt planter is available in 3 variants.
Structural 4000 L
Suitable for small to large parcels with short headlands
Bunker capacity of 3 tonnes
Structural 4000 P
Meets the highest planting capacity requirements
Large bunker capacity of 4 tonnes
Available with box tippler for 2 boxes
Available with many different options
Structural 4000 Smart-Float
Fully automatically maintains constant working depth of the integrated soil cultivation system
Saves time, money and man hours by combining seedbed preparation, planting and ridging in one working pass.