Humans and nature in harmony – worldwide.
NEXAT: Next-generation agriculture technology.
Terrakamp is not just another agricultural machinery manufacturer. We are innovators and initiators of a new and sustainable symbiosis of humans and nature in agricultural production. It’s about believing what we’ve known for a long time; that nature knows best what’s good for it without our intervention. It’s time we give our earth the space to implement this knowledge.
NEXAT is the synergy of 50 years of development expertise and cutting-edge technology from market-leading agricultural engineering manufacturers. Introducing NEXAT: the world’s first and only holistic plant production system that answers the challenges of the future from a technical, economic and ecological point of view; a milestone in the development of carbon-neutral agriculture worldwide.
NEXAT GmbH was founded in 2017 by Kalverkamp Innovation’s Felix and Klemens Kalverkamp. The new company is dedicated exclusively to the development, manufacture and sale of the NEXAT crop production system. With many years of experience in product development and engineering, NEXAT brings a viable solution to many of the challenges faced by the agriculture industry today. Numerous patents and awards reflect the dedication, innovation, and brilliance of the people behind the groundbreaking NEXAT developments.
This is no longer just a vision or a dream of the future. NEXAT has been performing in real conditions on selected farms for multiple years, resulting in great success. The complete, holistic crop production system is currently being operated on farms in Europe, North America, and South America.
Klemens Kalverkamp, NEXAT GmbH
Klemens Kalverkamp, NEXAT GmbH
Doing more with less
We don’t need more of everything, we need to do more with less. The only way to improve economic efficiency and productivity is to understand our available arable land as a sensitive ecosystem, not just a production medium. Agriculture only has a future in harmony with nature, and nature has always had everything it needs to support life. In order to successfully transition to more sustainable, profitable, and effective practices, a holistic approach is required, both in agronomic and technical terms.
Something new is needed
A positive, sustainable, and impactful change in agricultural practices will only succeed if we are willing to rethink agricultural technology and machinery as well.
Over the last 100 years, the world has seen profound advancements, with immense strides in new technologies. Agriculture, however, still uses the same basic mechanizations as the early 1900s – the results of the advancements we have seen have always been oriented towards the needs of humans – not nature. We need something completely new. We do not need more specialized machinery with heavier impact – we need to lessen our impact with a simple approach: using a systemic solution as the basis for sustainable, soil-conserving, and consistently data-driven land management. And we must do it in synergy with nature.