Salad Products

Discover our range of products for specialist and salad crop production

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

 

Chemicals
Insecticides; Fungicides; Herbicides; Molluscicides; Rodenticides; Wetting agents
 
Ancillary Treatments
Acids; Glass cleaners; Disinfectants; Virucides; Boiler treatment products; Heating pipe paint
 
Biological Control
Biological control agents; Insect monitoring systems
 
Safety & Storage Equipment
Respiratory equipment; Protective clothing; First aid kits; Chemical stores
 
Chemical Application Equipment
Chemical application equipment
 
Growing Media
Blocking compost; Rockwool slabs; Coir slabs

 
Fertilisers
Straight; Compound; Water soluble; Liquid seaweed; Iron chelates; Trace elements
 
Fabrics & Polythenes
White & black ground cover sheeting; Crop removal sheeting; Fleece crop cover; Black / white floor polythene; Black / white gutter polythene; Black / white Rockwool sleeving; Dense white floor polythene; Anti condensate roof film; Thin clear polythene; Bubble polythene & fastenings; Perforated layflat CO2 tubing; Polythene tunnel covers
 
Irrigation
Hose pipe; Hose fittings, watering roses & lances; Hose reels; Proportional injectors; Irrigation sprinklers; Irrigation fittings; Surface mounted water tanks; Shrink wrap
 
Heating & Ventilation Equipment
Direct fired heaters; Air circulation fans
 
Production Accessories
Polypropylene twine; Biodegradable Jute twine; Pre-wound Tomato hooks; Plastic crop / truss support clips; Galvanised straining wire; Polystyrene slabs
 
Tools
Knives; Fruit pruning secateurs; Hand tools


22/03/2019

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

Alex Radu, fruit technical manager at Agrovista, reviews the recent Under 40s Fruit Growers’ Conference trip to Chile.

21/03/2019

Case Study - Undersowing Maize in Shropshire

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

28/02/2019

Keep early N in the rooting zone to cut losses

Much of the early nitrogen applied to cereal and oilseed rape crops across the country during the mild late-February spell could go to waste

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