We believe in a different way of farming, where the farmers are able to make the most of his land, his fibre and the environment. For now and for future generations.
Hyler specializes in the development and production of innovative hybrid and ecological agricultural machines for the processing of fiber crops. Hyler distinguishes itself from current producers through intelligent and innovative concept solutions, with a focus on maximum efficiency. The main sectors in which we work are flax, hemp, kenaf, miscanthus, grass and strawindustry
Flax can without a doubt be called a top product. With applications in almost all possible sectors, it is not surprising that this natural and extremely ecological raw material is still gaining in success.
Hemp is one of the first plants to be spun into usable fiber 50,000 years ago. In fact, hemp is a particularly resistant plant which is prone to disease and whose rapid growth requires little energy.
Easily cultivable without GMOs or pesticides, hemp offers an advantageous culture from an ecological point of view, especially since it requires very little maintenance and almost no irrigation.
With a life cycle of four to five months, hemp allows rapid cultivation and, in fact, an attractive yield.
Miscanthus is a perennial crop that with its high yield potential is ideal for use as bioenergy crop. Miscanthus is just like maize a C4 plant; the grass is able to absorb sunlight on one efficient way to convert biomass at high temperature and with a minimum of water.
The annual harvest gives the grower a steady income, unlike woody crops that can only be harvested every two to four years
Forage is a plant material (plant leaves and stems) that can be eaten by grazing livestock such as hay, alfalfa, grass, straw and so an.
While the term forage has a broad definition, the term forage crop is used to define crops, annual or biennial, which are grown to be utilized by grazing or harvesting as a whole crop.
Kenaf has been a source of textile fiber for such products as rope, twine, bagging and rugs.
Kenaf is a promising source of raw material fiber for pulp, paper and other fiber products.