Horticultural Agronomy

At Agrovista, we provide a full range of products and services to growers, whether for glasshouse, protected crop, nursery, ornamental or specialist fruit and salad crops

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

 

Horticultural Crop Consultants

Your local Agrovista agronomist has detailed knowledge and years of experience in specialist growing systems and crop management including the latest technology and growing techniques. Whether for protected crop, nursery, ornamental or specialist fruit and salad crops, we have a range of services and products to support your business.

 

Our horticultural product portfolio includes:

  • Growing Media
  • Fertilisers
  • Irrigation Equipment
  • Horticultural Supplies
  • Chemicals
  • Acids, Cleaning Agents and Disinfectants
  • Polythenes

Our horticultural specialists don’t just advise on the best products, they can help with a wide range of agronomy, environmental and budgeting requirements that help you meet the exacting standards demanded by the marketplace. We stock a wide range of products for the professional grower.

 

For more information please contact your local horticultural specialist

or our Commercial Horticulture Division directly on 01622 692720.

     

 

   

 

03/12/2018

Lower yields tempered by better prices in 2018, but more challenges to come

Agrovista managing director Chris Clayton reflects on what has been a difficult year and assesses the outlook for the coming season.

19/11/2018

Improving yields and reducing costs for Hampshire strawberry grower

A newly developed beneficials applicator has lived up to its promise this season at one of the UK’s largest strawberry producers.  

17/10/2018

Forage management: Maximising current and future resources

Nationwide, forage supplies are believed to be 20-30% below normal, and up to 40% in certain areas, following the exceptionally dry summer With forage in tight supply this autumn, national seeds manager Nigel Walley looks at what can be done on farm to help alleviate the situation.

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