Amenity

Specialist Amenity advice and product supply across the UK, covering lawn & turf care, landscaping, golf courses and more

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

 

Sherriff Amenity is a wholly owned division of Agrovista UK. Formed in 1994, Sherriff Amenity has established a reputation as the industry leading supplier of professional products and specialist advice to the amenity market.

Turf Research & Development

Sherriff Amenity has a clear vision – to continue to provide innovative new products, ideas and solutions to our customers.

Our trials programmes at the Sports Turf Research Institute and other independent research organisations worldwide provide us with the data and technical information that enables us to deliver innovations such as our preventative disease control strategies and integrated turf management programmes that can provide improved, cost-effective results.

National Sales Team

Our established team of BASIS qualified ‘Amenity Specialists’, located throughout the UK, are able to give professional ‘on site’ technical advice. Recommendations are based on your specific requirements.

We invest heavily in staff training to ensure that you receive professional, up-to-date advice that is second to none.

   
  Amenity Products

Working in partnership with our many local, national and international suppliers we are able to offer the industries most comprehensive product portfolio including:

Click here to go to the Sherriff Amenity website.

 

 

 

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

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Case Study - Undersowing Maize in Shropshire

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

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Keep early N in the rooting zone to cut losses

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