Welcome to the CropTec Show
The CropTec show is for all farmers, agronomists, business advisers, suppliers and scientists to challenge and discuss the best ways forward to remain profitable. As the UK’s leading technical and knowledge exchange event for the arable farming industry, this two-day show provides you with the ideal chance to explore ways to improve efficiency and reduce unit costs of production.
Through its unique combination of exhibitor stands, seminars and knowledge hubs, come to the CropTec show for an unmissable insight into new technology and cutting edge agronomy. Discuss best business practices with likeminded farmers and a wide range of relevant exhibitors. Join those who want to learn, invest in and implement strategies to combat the effects of the increasingly dynamic, uncertain and competitive world of global crop production. Discover how you can tackle the challenges that UK farmers are facing and the latest solutions to increasing yield, improving efficiency and reducing those all-important unit costs of production.
Brexit and the UK government’s current environmental focus on the future of farming are two key factors adding to the uncertainty surrounding agriculture, making a visit to this year’s event more worthwhile than ever.
Placebo pellets - back by popular demand With the 2018 ‘slug pellet season’ rapidly approaching, Adama is once again providing free placebo pellets to enable growers to calibrate their spreaders [...]
Gove’s environmental watchdog risks adding confusion to policy The CLA has warned Defra Secretary Michael Gove’s new environmental watchdog risks adding confusion to policy-making following the opening of a consultation [...]
The view over the farm gate, Brexit and beyond – where next for the UK? With leading industry and policy makers’ opinions from a conference spanning the farming and food [...]
“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”