Welcome to the CropTec Show
The CropTec show is for all growers, agronomists, business advisers, suppliers and scientists to challenge and discuss the best ways forward to remain profitable. 2018 was a sold-out show, featuring more than 170 exhibitors, making it the UK’s leading technical and knowledge exchange event for the arable farming industry.
The 2019 show will be even bigger and better this year, featuring a wide range of new and exciting seminar topics and content-driven hubs providing unmissable insight into new technology and cutting edge agronomy. Alongside the seminar and hubs, the sprayer demonstration area will return, with the latest sprayers available to test drive.
Come and visit the CropTec show and stay ahead in the dynamic, uncertain and competitive world of global crop production.
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Businesses take control of protecting their margin with grain marketing course Independent grain market advisors CRM AgriCommodities have completed their first one day grain marketing courses of 2019, with farmers and [...]
Vaderstad launches new high speed precision Tempo Drill Vaderstad has launched the new Tempo L 8 as well as introduced new configurations to its 12 and 18 models. The new [...]
John Deere open to external software The connection of machine and field data is becoming increasingly important in modern agriculture. Contractors and farmers are demanding interfaces that allow easier use [...]
“As a company committed to deliver new solutions and choice for farmers, we are delighted to be associated with CropTec 2018, an event which supports innovation, technology and knowledge transfer.“
“The seminars covered a good range of topics with excellent speakers. It’s good to hear about R&D going on in the background alongside the commercial aspects of crop protection”
“It’s not often that you can talk on the trade stands to people who enable the moves forward and updates to happen from the companies. The seminars again focused the thoughts; my only regret is not being able to attend both days”