Cookie Policy


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How we use cookies

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23/08/2019

'Exceptional' OSR Performance in Cumbria

Shaw Hill Farm, Kirkbride close to the Solway Firth in Cumbria, JG & DE Hodgson have enjoyed their most productive oilseed rape year ever.

14/08/2019

Agrovista ramps up soil studies at flagship trials site

Agrovista has extended its Project Lamport flagship trials in Northamptonshire with an increasing focus on soil health to help growers overcome blackgrass and grow more profitable cereal crops

02/08/2019

New service aims to restore farm soils to peak condition

Agrovista has launched a comprehensive soil health offer to help growers optimise the productivity and sustainability of their soils