Trainee Agronomists

The most comprehensive agronomist training scheme in the UK

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

 

As a trainee agronomist with Agrovista you will complete our Seven Steps to Success development programme which provides;

  • A deep understanding of what it takes to be a successful agronomist
  • All the technical knowledge required - not only to achieve professional qualifications but beyond to ensure a breadth of knowledge
  • A platform to practice and develop your skills to commercial advantage
  • Full experience of the agricultural industry and wide-ranging services which complement agronomy services

To succeed with Agrovista you will need;

  • A strong personal drive and motivation
  • The ability to work on your own initiative
  • To demonstrate a level of commercial awareness
  • A team working ethic
  • Commitment to delivering results for customers at all times
  • A flexible approach to your work
  • Knowledge of working in an agricultural environment

Ideally you will be educated to degree level or have significant experience of working in an agricultural environment.

 

Trainee Agronomist Programme 2018 Full – If you would like to  apply for your records to be kept on file, please apply in the normal way.

 

If you would like to apply or forward a speculative CV please email enquiries@agrovista.co.uk

22/10/2018

Xerton Gives Extra Boost To Post-Em Blackgrass Control

A novel residual herbicide that enhances control of blackgrass in winter wheat could prove a valuable addition to post-emergence spray programmes this autumn.

17/10/2018

Grassweed Control - Hitting low dormancy blackgrass hard

Blackgrass that emerges with autumn-sown cereals is 10 x more competitive than that which appears later in the season. There is likely to be a significant early flush this autumn, hitting it hard and early will be key to control.

17/10/2018

Why Soil compaction trials are a key focus

Soil compaction trials at Project Lamport should deliver some fascinating findings next year, explains independent cultivations expert Philip Wright of Wright Resolutions.  

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