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22/05/2024

Better weather eases spring workload in North West

Plants have emerged quickly from warming damp soils – Agrovista’s Simon Nelson reports on spring drilling progress in Cumbria

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15/03/2024

Patience with seedbed prep will be rewarded

"Very little spring grain has been sown...but it will not take long to turn things around once warmer, drier weather arrives" Simon Nelson

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23/02/2024

Spring cropping in the main has been decided

"With so many SFI options on offer, it can be a bit of a minefield sorting out which ones best suit your farm" Simon Nelson

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15/02/2021

Growing maize in the south west of Scotland

Agrovista agronomist Peter Richardson discusses his thoughts on growing maize in the south west of Scotland

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04/01/2021

Ensuring a sustainable approach to landscaping

Ensuring efficient, effective and sustainable working practices is of paramount importance for our landscape team.

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09/12/2020

Time to assess soils following tricky autumn

Yorkshire-based Agronomist Bob Wilkin is part of Agrovista’s dedicated Soil Health team.

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26/11/2020

Boosting apple production with specialist training system

Earlier this year, Agrovista’s top fruit consultant Leon Jahae explained the benefits of training plum crops using the Drapeau Lehner system.

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10/11/2020

Chilli growing challenge results

The marketing team’s chilli growing competition has now been judged.

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04/11/2020

Autumn agronomy update for the midlands

Agronomist Rosie Tomlinson looks after customers across Shropshire and Staffordshire and is part of Agrovista’s Shrewsbury team.

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