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Select is a publication giving you access to the latest development projects and technical information to help you enhance business efficiency, maximising profits and yields.

Agrovista Select Issue13

This Issue takes a detailed look at the Project Lamport Open Days. Maximising the performance of your sprayer and how asynchronous crops may be key in unpredictable conditions.
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  • 12 - Potatosize APP, Tallow amine free adjuvants, Improving grass growth, plus much more Read Now
  • 11 - Cover crops for sugar beet, Drone technology, the Future of Forage, plus much more.Read Now
  • 10 - Companion Plant Update, Application techniques, plus much more.Read Now
  • 9 - The largest-ever drill comparison.Read Now
  • 8 - A closer look at recent activity from our sites across the UK.Read Now
  • 7 - Tips for delayed autumn wheat sowing, Nitrogen Management.Read Now
  • 6 - Cover Crops, Variety selection, MapIT Pro, Cloud tools.Read Now
  • 5 - Update on companion plants, Changing regulations, N-Lock and more. Read Now
  • 4 - Success with crops, Increased rooting and disease control, Growcrop Gold and more. Read Now
  • 3 - Project Lamport, Fusarium Ear Blight Control, Flag Leaf application, Impact of drift. Read Now
  • 2 - Blackgrass Control Developments, OSR research findings, Soil Structure and more. Read Now
  • 1 - Companion Planting, Input Application, The Ideal OSR establishment and more. Read Now


New mycorrhiza dosing system for established orchards

Agrovista has been promoting the benefits of mycorrhizal inoculant RGPro Horti when planting new orchards for several seasons.


National Fruit Show Roundup - Agrovista

Agrovista has added to the long list of biological crop care products now available to growers.


Agronomy Update - West, Esme Shephard, November 2017

Oilseed rape disease and pests need a careful eye to ensure the crop goes in to winter in the best of health, says Agrovista agronomist Esme Shephard.

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