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Here’s a full rundown of all our Agri-TechE members that exhibited at CerealsLIVE2020.
AHDB 402 – As content partners we are proud to be sponsoring the seminars focused on key topics of relevance to the sector; crop protection, environment, natural capital and the upcoming challenges and opportunities for the industry. You can view our technical research and knowledge exchange resources and register for digital webinars running throughout June.
Barclays 205 – Dedicated support for the UK farming sector. We’re proud to support Cereals LIVE2020 and we hope you’ll be able to join Oliver McEntyre, Barclays National Agriculture Strategy Director session for making yourself more employable and marketable in the sector which is available from 1 June.
BASF Plc, 1120 – The InVigor® portfolio offered by BASF supports a range of hybrids that are especially vigorous in the autumn, and several of which have some of the best spring vigour available. With the addition of Integral® Pro seed treatment to all the InVigor® varieties as well as a Risk Share programme covering all varieties, growing an InVigor® hybrid will get your oilseed rape crop off to the best start. Find out more about each of our InVigor® varieties and which one is tailored to suit your farm best.
Ben Burgess, 514 – Ben Burgess has been serving the local farming community since 1931 and has supplied grounds care equipment since 1962. We also specialise in selling quality used agricultural, construction and grounds care machinery across the UK or for export worldwide.
Cambridge Global Payments, 1028 – hosting a webinar on Thursday 11th June at 9:15 – 10am titled ‘Budgeting and Risk management’ with our focus on how foreign exchange movements can impact agri-businesses and make a huge difference to profit margins. Cambridge Mercantile Risk Management, a FLEETCOR company (NYSE:FLT), is a leading provider of cross-border payment services and currency risk management solutions. As a trusted partner of agribusinesses for over 25 years, Cambridge delivers innovative products designed to address unique business needs.
CHAP, 1029 – CHAP will be showing CropMonitor Pro, the optimal decision support tool for crop pest and disease control. CropMonitor Pro generates robust and validated updates and alerts to support pest and disease control decisions. It will help you identify optimal times to spray, show available spray windows and provide independent information on pesticides available to you.
De Sangosse, 232 – De Sangosse is a European leader in complementary chemistry and molluscicides providing growers with innovative new approaches to protecting crops against disease, pests and the effects of adverse weather from seed to harvest.
East of England Agricultural Association, 121 – The Society’s education initiative, Kids Country (@KidsCountryUK), has created a range of brilliant #LockdownLearning content for Key Stage 1 & 2 children based around food, farming and the countryside : www.kids-country.co.uk/home-activities-resources
Elsoms, 403 – Vist the Elsoms virtual Cereals plot tour to inform your varietal choices this coming season. You will be able to take a look at some of our top varieties at the moment, across wheat, barley and hybrid rye. Each variety has its own technical sheet that you can download for future reference.
fieldmargin, 122 – “The app farmers have been waiting for”. fieldmargin brings mapping, issue tracking, field work, inputs and reporting into one place. Up-to-the-minute farm information is at your fingertips, whether in the field, in the cab, at your desk or on the sofa. The fieldmargin team will be on live chat throughout the day, and are participating in a number of webinars over the event, from tech insights from farmers, to record keeping for environmental stewardship – you can see the full schedule on their blog post.
Fram Farmers, 107 – Operating for over 60 years, Fram Farmers is the purchasing, grain marketing, invoice and payment function for over 1400 farming businesses across the UK. We are here to source inputs at the best value for our members, and saving them valuable time by being their partners in crop marketing and inputs purchasing.
Harper Adams University, 806 – Catch some of our researchers taking part in CerealsLIVE2020 webinar sessions on Precision Farming Technologies and Precision Farming Application, and catch the latest videos from our world-first Hands Free Farm project in the Innovation and Technology zone.
Martin Lishman, 929 – Martin Lishman innovations meet the ever-changing challenges facing farmers today. Using Agri-Tech technologies to meet these challenges will be the theme of the Martin Lishman stand at Cereals Live 2020. Simple solutions that not only solve the problem, but often bring multiple benefits to the end user. Bourgault low disturbance Versatile Opener System (VOS) helps conserve soil moisture and maintain structure when drilling. Crop storage conditions can be optimised with fully wireless automatic monitoring and cooling systems leading to not only higher quality but also significant savings on energy costs. High accuracy testing equipment for not only grain but also the potato industry helps maintain quality and drastically reduce post-harvest losses due to spoilage and damage.
Metos UK, 940 – Our solutions for agriculture help farmers and landowners to improve the quality of their crop, increase yield and reduce waste, through weather monitoring and forecast modelling, disease modelling, pest monitoring, irrigation optimisation, soil pH and nutrient analysis, work scheduling, vehicle tracking and more.
NFU Mutual, 228 – We’re now the insurance company of choice for three quarters of UK farmers: small farms, large ones and everything in between. After all, we know the industry inside-out. As a mutual, we have no shareholders to generate profits for. We’re here for our members, and it’s our job to be the type of business they like us to be. We don’t just provide protection for farms.
NIAB, 1117 – NIAB is bringing the CerealsLIVE2020 Event to the farmer’s front room with mix of online videos and webinars featuring NIAB specialists and advisers direct from the show plots near Duxford in Cambridgeshire. Over 125 different crop and variety plots had been planned on the stand, providing a backdrop to the latest technical advice and research in variety choice, independent agronomy, soil and rotation management, crop genetics and data science. As part of the event there will be a demo on Monday evening from the NIAB Innovation Farm plots with Dr Lydia Smith and AgriEcology and Technical Director Bill Clark is speaking at a seminar sessions on Wednesday morning.
ProData Weather Stations, 958 – “It is clear that farmers and growers value the EnviroMonitor, but one question which sensibly arises is around the ongoing cost of their data plans. We have responded to this with our new offer saving them just under £450.”The offer will be available to those purchasing an EnviroMonitor based system at CerealsLIVE2020. Read the story.
Rothamsted Research, 418 – Rothamsted scientists are using hi-tech imaging to automate in-field ear counting. Find out how this can help wheat growers to make fast and accurate yield estimates at Rothamsted’s virtual stand
Savills, 224 – Our services cover; architecture, building consultancy, rural planning, estate management, forestry (investment and management), professional consultancy (tax, valuation, expert witness), farms and estate sales and purchasing, food and farming, renewable energy, energy brokerage and strategic projects.
Sencrop, 236 – With these ultra-local and reliable data, Sencrop makes it easy to decide the course of action they should take in any weather event, and make the right agronomic choices at the right time: crop protection / sowing / irrigation…visit them and live chat to learn about their two week trial and access to weather stations local to you!
Sentry, 508 – As a progressive, forward thinking company, we understand the prominence of diversification with the British Farming Landscape and the potential it can unlock. So back in 2019 we utilised this ideology – launching our Seed Potato Enterprise. With large areas of virgin, unirrigated land, along with a collective team of conscientious, localised farmers, Sentry identified an opportunity to produce high quality seed potatoes. Collaborating with Robert Lindley Limited, this venture was launched at our Leicestershire site growing Orchestra, and our Norfolk site growing Melody.
Small Robot Company – Small Robot Company will preview and demonstrate its first prototype of its ‘Advice Engine’ Wilma, an artificial intelligence system which will get farmers ‘robot ready’. SRC’s first commercial software product, Wilma will provide a farm management information tool which will allow farmers to pull together and aggregate farm data. This will give farmers a much more holistic view of their farms, supporting much more informed decision-making. Working together with SRC’s Tom robot, Wilma will also enable farmers to manage their farms with per plant precision. Wilma will be delivered as a commercial product to SRC trial farms in October 2020.
University of Hertfordshire, 225 – The Hertfordshire Science Partnership, part funded by the Hertfordshire LEP and ERDF, provides support and R&D investment to SMEs, enabling them to access state of the art facilities and academic expertise.
University of Lincoln, 132 – The Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology (LIAT) aims to support and enhance productivity, efficiency, and sustainability in food and farming through research, education, and technology. We offer a range of opportunities in BASIS and FACTS as well as MSc and PhD study focussing on agri-food, robotics and automation.
Find out more and take part on the CerealsLIVE2020 website: cerealsevent.co.uk