Sponsors 2018-05-31T15:30:12+00:00

Sponsors

Headline Sponsor

Corteva Agriscience

Corteva Agriscience, the agriculture division of DowDuPont is leading the way with new product introductions over the coming years. Our commitment is to growing progress. We bring our global presence, depth of knowledge and diverse resources, so that farms and farmers flourish everywhere, moving our world forward.

Seminar Sponsors

Horsch

Crop Establishment

Horsch

Horsch UK understands the needs of professional farmers from cultivating the soil through to crop protection application. As farmers ourselves, we design, develop and manufacture innovative, award-winning technology that increases crop yields and reduces establishment costs by offering precision, performance and reliability.

Our singulation unit technology for cereals can consistently sow a single grain twice per second at 12kph for ideal seed density. BoomControl Pro redefines exact sprayer boom positioning, holding it rock steady at less than 40cm above the crop at speeds up to 30kph, even on hilly terrain. Our pneumatic individual nozzle control technology with 25cm spacing enables intelligent spray application for excellent crop wetting and penetration.

Crop Breeding

InVigor

Crop Protection

Nufarm

Yara

Crop Nutrition

Yara UK LTD

Yara UK Ltd are looking forward to sharing with CropTec’s attendees their full crop programme of solutions. From the very first step in the form of soil analysis, Yara are with you on your journey to get the very best from your crop in a sustainable, traceable and ethical way.

By using Yara UK Ltd branded solutions such as Yara Bela, Yara Mila and Yara Vita you can be assured that you have chosen a fertiliser which has been manufactured in our own factories using ethical means.

At CropTec 2018 we will be showcasing our latest environmental tools. We look forward to sharing these with you.

Hub Sponsors

Arysta

Biosolutions Hub

Arysta LifeScience LTD

Arysta LifeScience provides modern, progressive solutions for sustained crop production; developing and marketing a unique portfolio of biosolutions, seed treatments and crop protection products.

Arysta LifeScience has a facility in Saint-Malo, France, which focuses on developing biosolutions – an area of strategic importance for the company.

As part of a commitment to supporting sustainable agriculture, the biosolutions product portfolio is ever expanding and developing to meet the needs of customers and the global food production agenda.

For more information, please visit: www.arystalifescience.co.uk or e-mail ukenquiries@arysta.com

Cereal Diseases Hub

Adama Agricultural Solutions

Bayer

Black-grass Hub

Bayer

Bayer as an investor in the future of British & Irish Farmers

There is no doubt the immediate future for arable growers in the UK is not without its challenges. Low commodity prices exacerbated by currency effects and increasingly difficult-to-control black-grass or cabbage stem flea beetle are contributing to a tough outlook.

Although commodity prices show no immediate sign of recovery, the long-term need for productive agriculture is not in question. The global population is increasing, and climate change means that the increase in food production will have to be achieved on a smaller land area. Predictions by Rabobank suggest there will be a 60% increase in global food demand by 2050 compared to the early 2000s.

As one of the world’s leading innovative crop science companies in the areas of seeds, crop protection and non-agricultural pest control, Bayer believes it has role to play in helping farmers with an outstanding range of solutions.

We invest accordingly; for every £10 that a farmer spends on a Bayer product, £1 goes straight back into research and development.

And that investment is delivering; in the next few years, Bayer will be introducing, approval permitting, new cereal fungicides and herbicides, new sugar beet herbicides, products for aphid control, blight, and potato cyst nematode control; and in seed, exciting new varieties of oilseed rape and wheat.

Add to this our work educating consumers about agriculture and training of farmers, future farmers and the wider farming industry so they have access to the skills they will need in the future to be successful food producers. We believe the future of British Farming is bright, and we will continue to invest in it; which is why we support the CropTec event as proud sponsor of the black-grass hub and the Seed Breeding Seminar.

Read more about the Bayer Future Farmer Promise at www.bayercropscience.co.uk/about-us/our-promise

OSR Hub

DEKALB

Thirty years of ground-breaking OSR breeding has enabled DEKALB to become the number one partner of choice for farmers across Europe. DEKALB is committed to bringing innovative, quality solutions to all our partners. We are very excited about our latest innovative varieties that cover the key technological traits within OSR breeding, including:

  • Clearfield herbicide tolerant varieties to manage problem weeds and erucic acid contamination;
  • HOLL varieties for premium food oil production;
  • Clubroot, light leaf spot and double phoma resistant varieties for yield protection;
  • Pod shatter resistant varieties to minimise seed losses and volunteer problems; and
  • Next generation low biomass varieties for lower cost/lower hassle OSR management.

We have a leading team of breeders and technical specialists that will be able to discuss our current and future OSR production challenges and developments.

Spraying Technology Hub and Sprayer Demonstration Area

Syngenta

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