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Budweiser Barley Delivers Wider Sustainability in Buckinghamshire

April 12, 2021

Feed barley yields with a good premium from difficult ground ill-suited to traditional malting production for an input cost of less than £65/tonne. The Budweiser barley-growing maths certainly add-up for farms manager, Chris Singer and his team at the Carington… Read more

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Trust the science when choosing bio-stimulants

April 9, 2021

A better understanding of how bio-stimulants work to promote plant health has helped to improve crop performance and overcome grower scepticism. Andrew Watts reports No longer seen as little more than snake oil, bio-stimulants are gaining acceptance with growers as… Read more

Launch of Agrii Innovation Award!

April 6, 2021

Are you an Agrii customer with an innovative idea? We’re excited to announce the launch of a new Agrii Innovation Award as part of our Green Horizons Initiative. Find out more in the video below and on our Innovation Award… Read more

Cropwatch South – March 2021

April 6, 2021

The crop we’re most excited about this season is oilseed rape. Having taken almost no pleasure from growing it for the past three years, we are once again looking to push performance rather than just limit damage. All the more… Read more

Joined-up action for food & farming sustainability

March 24, 2021

Climate change is a challenge the best of British food and farming is well-placed to address, alongside the loss of BPS and introduction of ELMS, growing legislative and environmental pressures and a diminishing crop protection armoury, believes Agrii head of… Read more

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Valuable Bio-alternative to multi-sites at T0

March 23, 2021

Two years of Green Horizon agronomy-trialling have highlighted a valuable biological T0 alternative to multi-site fungicides in the annual battle against Septoria, paving the way for the increasingly broad use of bio-controls in mainstream wheat disease management. Already fully registered… Read more

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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.