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Enter our competition to win 3 rolls of Bluebell 3600m netwrap!

April 10, 2017

Twine and netwrap – order now before the rain! Did you know that as part of our Forage and Grassland offer, Agrii supplies TAMA twine and netwrap? We’re currently running a competition to win three rolls of Bluebell 3600m –… Read more

Iain Richards Blog: A question of workloads

March 31, 2017

Well, so much for spring cropping easing workloads. It may have made the autumn less stressful. But with a lot more spring barley to go in this season, some surprisingly wet ground, much of the oilseed rape taking off like… Read more

Exploring Western Cape fruit production

March 30, 2017

Written by Matt Greep, Agrii Fruit agronomist Agrii is a regular sponsor of the U40’s Fruit Growers Conference and most recently Agrii fruit agronomist Matt Greep joined the group to visit the western cape of South Africa as part of… Read more

Origin Acquisitions Further Enhance Agrii Capabilities

March 28, 2017

Supporting Agrii’s focus on improving the nutritional capability and resilience of soils and making the most of data and digital technologies in farm decision-making, parent company Origin Enterprises have confirmed the acquisition of Bunn Fertiliser Ltd and The Resterra Group… Read more

Vicki Brooks Blog: Managing our wheats with the right early support

March 28, 2017

After picking-up nicely in a couple of warm weeks, crop growth ground to a halt as temperatures fell back once again. Continuous wind and regular rain haven’t helped our fieldwork either. So, as I write in the first half of… Read more

Sam Patchett Blog: Better shape than last year

March 3, 2017

February’s almost over and the season is racing along almost as fast as our crops. Unlike last winter, we’ve had some decent frosts. But every few days the temperatures just shoot up again. This, and much less rain than a… Read more


Agrii would like to reassure you that all practical measures and facilities to minimise the risk to everyone from Covid-19 have been implemented across all Agrii sites.

We have listened to the expert advice and acted to protect our staff and the wider community and also to ensure that we continue to operate with minimal disruption for our customers. Our COVID-19 risk assessment detailing the measures we are taking can be viewed here. We are taking all necessary measures to ensure our high levels of service are maintained.

We would like to give a big thank you to our customers, suppliers and workforce for their pragmatic response and understanding during this difficult and testing time.