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Knowledge Hubs

Bringing more of the latest updates and advice for you to take home and put to use on farm, the knowledge hubs will return for 2019 covering biosolutions, black-grass, OSR specialist, slugs and spraying technology. Offering short, sharp presentations delivering key take-away messages on relevant topics, the hubs as a must-visit for any farmer looking for hints and tips to take back to farm.

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Knowledge Hubs

Bringing more of the latest updates and advice for you to take home and put to use on farm, the knowledge hubs will return for 2019 covering biosolutions, black-grass, OSR specialist, slugs and spraying technology. Offering short, sharp presentations delivering key take-away messages on relevant topics, the hubs as a must-visit for any farmer looking for hints and tips to take back to farm.

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UPL is proud to sponsor the Biosolutions Hub at The CropTec Show 2019; the third year the company has sponsored this topic. As growers face an ever tightening regulatory climate and the loss of further key active ingredients; the Hub aims to address the role that biosolutions can play in the future of crop protection.

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Biosolutions Hub

UPL is proud to sponsor the Biosolutions Hub at The CropTec Show 2019; the third year the company has sponsored this topic. As growers face an ever tightening regulatory climate and the loss of further key active ingredients; the Hub aims to address the role that biosolutions can play in the future of crop protection.

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From roots in the soil, right up to satellites monitoring crop data, our aim is to reduce the impact of damaging weeds, insects and diseases across the world.

The Black-Grass Hub returns to CropTec in 2019. Visitors to the hub will have the opportunity to talk with Bayer experts on their own Black-Grass control methods, whilst gaining advice and information on ways to effectively deal with grass-weeds, focusing on integrated control measures to reduce weed seed return.

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From roots in the soil, right up to satellites monitoring crop data, our aim is to reduce the impact of damaging weeds, insects and diseases across the world.

The Black-Grass Hub returns to CropTec in 2019. Visitors to the hub will have the opportunity to talk with Bayer experts on their own Black-Grass control methods, whilst gaining advice and information on ways to effectively deal with grass-weeds, focusing on integrated control measures to reduce weed seed return.

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After another packed appearance at The CropTec Show 2018, DEKALB are returning for 2019 with their OSR Specialist hub.

Regardless of soil type, establishment regime or sowing time, attention to detail in variety choice and sowing practice for the best establishment are the key factors distinguishing growers achieving higher than average OSR yields.

DEKALB will have a leading team of breeders and technical specialists on hand that will be able to discuss more ways to optimise future OSR establishment.

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After another packed appearance at The CropTec Show 2018, DEKALB are returning for 2019 with their OSR Specialist hub.

Regardless of soil type, establishment regime or sowing time, attention to detail in variety choice and sowing practice for the best establishment are the key factors distinguishing growers achieving higher than average OSR yields.

DEKALB will have a leading team of breeders and technical specialists on hand that will be able to discuss more ways to optimise future OSR establishment.

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Understanding slug behaviour and the available cultural and chemical approaches is key to managing slugs this autumn. Utilising over 10 years of experience and technical expertise, the Certis Slug Hub at CropTec 2019 will encompass everything from slug behaviour to pellet application.

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Understanding slug behaviour and the available cultural and chemical approaches is key to managing slugs this autumn. Utilising over 10 years of experience and technical expertise, the Certis Slug Hub at CropTec 2019 will encompass everything from slug behaviour to pellet application.

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If you’re looking for information and discussions on alternative soil management, the team at BASE UK and Direct Driller Magazine will be running the new for 2019 Soil Hub, where you can get advice and discuss the benefits of Livestock in the Arable Rotation, Cover Crop Strategies and Widening the Crop Rotation.

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If you’re looking for information and discussions on alternative soil management, the team at BASE UK and Direct Driller Magazine will be running the new for 2019 Soil Hub, where you can get advice and discuss the benefits of Livestock in the Arable Rotation, Cover Crop Strategies and Widening the Crop Rotation.

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This year’s hub will give growers and sprayer operators an insight into some of the latest advances in application technology, along with advice and tips to get the best out of every treatment.

Throughout the event presentations in the Spraying Technology Hub, on the Syngenta stand will address challenging topics, including how to optimise balancing efficacy, efficiency and environmental impact.

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This year’s hub will give growers and sprayer operators an insight into some of the latest advances in application technology, along with advice and tips to get the best out of every treatment.

Throughout the event presentations in the Spraying Technology Hub, on the Syngenta stand will address challenging topics, including how to optimise balancing efficacy, efficiency and environmental impact.

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“In November 2017 i launched Aphaeas Agriculture It was so successful, i booked immediately for the same site in 2018. Focussed events like CropTec are invaluable for businesses like mine.

Aphaeas Agriculture,
2019 returning exhibitor

Over 88% of visitors would rate CropTec as good or excellent compared to other events they have attended

“The event draws in visitors who have a mind to changes in modern farming techniques, which is supported by the diverse range of speakers in the seminar theatre”

Dave Raynes,
Sly Agri

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