Mobile Seed Dressing

Agrovista Mobile Seed Cleaning and Dressing operation has received considerable investment and is a key service for growers

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

 

The seed mobile machines incorporate continuous flow dressing systems, fully automated seed treatment application technology and highly accurate electronic weighing units. This provides the ability to monitor and apply seed-protection products accurately and in a cost-effective way.

 

Please contact us on the number below for more information, prices or to book the service.

Mobile Seed Office Number - 01353 667 834

The mobiles offer the following services for large seeds:

  • Cereal cleaning and dressing
  • Pea cleaning and dressing
  • Bean cleaning and dressing

We also provide a specialist service for:

  • Oilseed Rape
  • Linseed
  • Small seeds

The mobile units allow for specific varieties and quantities to be treated allowing greater flexibility for the grower in product choice and batch size. Agrovista can also help you tailor your crop protection inputs to specific varieties, or even fields by applying the correct treatment for specific roles with the opportunity to pack to customer’s criteria in relation to drill capacity.

We offer specialist seed treatments for:

  • Take-All
  • Wheat Bulb Fly
  • Manganese
  • Seed Borne Disease
  • Anti-Virus Strategy

Agrovista seed mobiles are members of the NAAC Assured Land Based Contractors Verified Seed Scheme. Click the image for more information

DOWNLOAD: MOBILE SEED CLEANING GUIDE  

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