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We have a dedicated press office on site overlooking the main exhibition hall; it will be available for all press personnel to use between the hours of 8.30am4.30pm on both days of the event.

CropTec has a dedicated press team, for any press enquiries, please contact Robert Harris on robert@roberthcomms.co.uk

For any marketing enquiries, please contact: Sarah Murray, Senior Event Marketing Executive, Tel: 01772 799423 or Email: sarah.murray@agribriefing.com

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Press

We have a dedicated press office on site overlooking the main exhibition hall; it will be available for all press personal to use between the hours of 8.30am4.30pm on both days of the event.

CropTec has a dedicated press team, for any press enquiries, please contact: Jane Craigie, Emma Craigie or Robert Harris on robert@roberthcomms.co.uk

For any marketing enquiries, please contact: Sarah Murray, Senior Event Marketing Executive, Tel: 01772 799423 or Email: sarah.murray@agribriefing.com

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Amino acid YEN Yield Testing Farmer Innovation Group

There is a lot of interest in the use of biostimulants to try and improve crop growth and yield, but relevant field scale evidence for UK cereal crops is currently limited. With support from ADAS scientists and entries into the main YEN competition, a group of 8 growers in 2018 and 6 growers in 2019 have come together to form the amino acid Farmer Innovation Group (FIG) as part of the EIP-AGRI funded YEN Yield Testing project.

ADAMA Arable Aware: Season 2 Show 2 : Spring is in the air (along with an impressive fighter plane!)

Paul moves on to discuss how the wheat field is looking after the autumn. David shares his concerns with regards to the massive cracks in the tramlines across the UK and explains rain is needed to get the best yield potential; even for clean crops (3.05)

Trial results for a new premium zinc and manganese liquid fertiliser revealed

A plant can take all necessary micronutrients through its roots, but this process can be disturbed if the ground is too cold, wet or dry. If the content of organic matter in the soil is high, the pH value is too high or too low, and the nutrient values are not balanced, the intake of micronutrients can be further disturbed. If the soil does not contain all micronutrients needed for the plant’s growth, the use of a granular fertiliser that does not contain micronutrients is not sufficient – in such a case, foliar fertilisers or seed treatment with micronutrients are required.

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