LPG is used in agriculture to increase the production and quality of farm products through:
- Weed flaming
- Crop harvesting
- Crop drying
It is also used to heat breeding houses for pigs and poultry and to power farm equipment such as irrigation pump engines.
LPG burns efficiently and cleanly, meaning it doesn't contaminate crops, feed or litter. Furthermore, the CO2 produced as a by-product can be used to increase yields in greenhouses, while the moist heat produced can help produce rapid, even feathering of poultry.
As farmers seek more environmentally friendly production methods, LPG is the clear choice to cost effectively and responsibly run their operations, both in and out of the field.
Cost-effective and extremely versatile, LPG is thus a complete energy source for farmers.