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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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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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From January 2020, a new generation of Condor self-propelled sprayers was introduced by Agrifac

The design has been updated in line with the Condor Endurance II, with another major update being the Stage V Cummins engine built into the heart of the machine. In addition, a number of improvements have been made in line with our “4 e for growers” concept. Croptec Show 2020 will be the first UK event where this machine will be exhibited, in addition to being available to test drive.

Has lockdown permanently changed attitudes to British Farming?

Back at the beginning of March, when it’s fair to say the world looked a little different, there was a leaked email to the Mail on Sunday which showed that a government advisor believed that UK didn’t need the farming sector. The report said that Treasury official Dr Tim Leunig, economic advisor to the chancellor Rishi Sunak, claimed the food industry was not “critically important” to the country’s economy and that agriculture and fisheries “certainly isn’t”. It’s claimed the email said that we should follow the example of Singapore which is “rich without having its own agricultural sector”.

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