CropTec, the technical arable event, will take place on the 29th and 30th of November in a new venue – the NAEC, Stoneleigh.
The event is now in its eleventh year and will combine the latest agricultural technology, a complete seminar programme and the chance to earn BASIS and NRoSO points.
“As always CropTec brings together experts, policymakers, and forward-thinking growers to share technical arable expertise and experience,” said Verity Hyland, event director. “We are busy curating a seminar programme which will address the current opportunities and challenges for UK arable production and specifically how to navigate change to cultivate resistance.
“Furthermore, this year’s specialist hubs will delve further into crucial topics such as water management and natural capital, with their own speaker line-up and experts on hand to offer one-to-one advice too.”
Visitors will also be able to test drive sprayers as part of the demonstrations. “This is an exciting first for CropTec, allowing visitors the opportunity to jump in the hot seat and try a range of cutting-edge sprayers in one venue,” Ms Hyland added. “Visitors wishing to take part simply need to speak with the individual manufacturers on the day to organise a time slot.”
Tickets to the event are free and can be booked at www.croptecshow.com