Arable Agronomy

Giving you the most encompassing, personalised and impartial arable agronomy package in the UK marketplace

Contact us to see how we can help on 0115 939 0202 or enquiries@agrovista.co.uk

 

Arable agronomy

Our agronomists are located throughout the UK and qualified to BASIS, BETA and FACTS standards as a minimum. All our agronomists have full access to specialist agronomy services such as analytical and laboratory services, Agrogate Business Services, precision agronomy, application and development work, seed and variety specialists and end market knowledge and links.

Trials supported technical advice

The technical advice you receive is supported by the industry leading Agrovista trials series and development programme. Here we generate independent information on products used in all aspects of modern crop production.

Knowledge transfer to growers is paramount. Your Agrovista agronomist is updated electronically on a daily basis with the latest trials results and changes to products and recommendations to make sure they are at the leading edge of research and development.

Our services to professional growers include:

  • Full field-walked agronomy advice
  • Technically backed, independent advice
  • Full product supply and support
  • National network of depots
  • Precision farming services
  • Variety selection and seed supply
  • Seed treatments
  • Nutrition management and fertiliser supply
  • Soil advice
  • Protocol management
  • Farm business services and support
  • Finance schemes

22/03/2019

Unique opportunities from Under 40s Fruit Growers Conference – a sponsor’s view

Alex Radu, fruit technical manager at Agrovista, reviews the recent Under 40s Fruit Growers’ Conference trip to Chile.

21/03/2019

Case Study - Undersowing Maize in Shropshire

We speak to farmer Barry Jones about the impact of in-field trials on his maize crop

28/02/2019

Keep early N in the rooting zone to cut losses

Much of the early nitrogen applied to cereal and oilseed rape crops across the country during the mild late-February spell could go to waste

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