Welcome to the CropTec Show
The CropTec show is for all farmers and agronomists seeking the latest information on innovative methods to increase profits from crop production. 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.
Come to Peterborough to discuss adaptation of new technology, cutting edge agronomy and 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 your farming business compares and how benchmarking could help you become more profitable.
2018 Dates announced: Wednesday 28th & Thursday 29th November 2018, East of England Showground, Peterborough
The CropTec Show’s unique blend of innovative trade stands and topical seminar sessions has again proved a strong draw for progressive arable farmers and agronomists looking to improve technical and business performance.
This event offers our members a unique opportunity to hear from some of the UK’s leading experts and gain an exclusive insight into new innovations and technologies.
An automated control system being featured by Kentra Grain Systems at the CropTec event helped Shropshire grower Rob Timmis to more effectively manage his 35-tonne/hr Kentra continuous flow dryer this year.
“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”