Come and see us on stand 1.44 at CropTec 2019,
East of England Showground, Peterborough
CropTec is the essential technical and business event for arable and mixed farmers, agronomists, business advisers, suppliers and scientists to challenge and discuss the best ways forward to remain profitable. As the UK’s leading technical and knowledge exchange event for the arable farming industry, this two-day show provides the ideal chance to explore ways to improve efficiency and reduce unit costs of production.
Our experts will be on hand to discuss your crop health questions and requirements, so if you are attending CropTec this year then come and see us on stand 1.44!
Plus, be sure to come along to our stand to grab your FREE bacon sandwich!*
Throughout the two-day event we will be holding multiple masterclasses sharing the latest methods to keep our customers one step ahead by helping to minimise yield loss and improve quality. Don't miss out and click below to register your space!
Day 1 - Wednesday 27th November 2019
11:00 - Tom Prior, Principal Plant Nematologist - Setting the industry standard for nematode sampling, testing and interpretation – how to optimise your strategy for nematode control
15:00 - Damian De Marzo, Invertebrate Biologist - Best practice insect pest monitoring for effective integrated pest management strategies
Day 2 - Thursday 28th November 2019
11:00 - Damian De Marzo, Invertebrate Biologist - Best practice insect pest monitoring for effective integrated pest management strategies
15:00 - Tom Prior, Principal Plant Nematologist - Setting the industry standard for nematode sampling, testing and interpretation – how to optimise your strategy for nematode control
Come along to stand 1.44 and learn more about...
During CropTec the Fera experts will be discussing the benefits of the Big Soil Community and why you should join the growing number of farmers who know more about their soil health and have the advantage to grow better crops, increase their resilience to climate change and reduce input costs. The sample window closes on 30th November 2019, so don’t delay!
We are world renowned for providing excellence in crop testing and diagnostic services offering the most comprehensive range of services throughout all sectors of the supply chain. Our leading expertise and outstanding facilities can help you understand and identify your agricultural challenges; helping you to deliver more economically and environmentally resilient farming solutions for the sustainable intensification of arable systems. Our crop testing includes:
• Potatoes and field vegetables
• Arable Crops
• Soft Fruit
Nematodes are microscopic pests responsible for billions of pounds of yield loss each year. Potatoes Cyst Nematodes (PCN) are considered the most damaging pest of potato crops in the UK with losses up to 35%. However, Plant-Parasitic Nematodes (PPNs) can be just as damaging as they can parasitize nearly every plant species, resulting in devastating adverse effects on the quality and yield of host crops.
Fera offers a unique free-living nematode analysis service that provides identification to species level as well as nematode identification and consultancy advice for any sector of agriculture or horticulture.
We are helping farmers and industry to understand how different soil properties influence the development and spread of pests and diseases. We help by developing more effective soil-management strategies to mitigate these risks.
We help to:
• Improve soil-management practices to combat crop pests and diseases
• Understand pesticide behaviour in different soil conditions
• Develop more effective control measures for different soil types
• Undertake tests for soil health, pathogens and diseases
• Indicator Species - Species are identified as natural indicators when their presence or abundance, within sites of a particular habitat or a conservation area are high
• Microbial Loads - Testing of microbial loads provides the ability to identify levels of micro-organisms within a sample
Our team of world leading entomologists offer multidisciplinary expertise in terms of design and management of insect monitoring schemes. This ensures your crop management strategy is fit for purpose and is able to address any potential viruses within your crop, mitigating the potential economic risk to your harvest. We also use applied entomological research into virus transmission in glasshouse and field plots, together with research into the physiology and behaviour of disease vectors using laboratory behaviour tests and electro-penetration graphs (to measure feeding behaviour). With our service you can monitor and forecast the spread of pests, weeds and diseases in real time; combining chemical, and agronomic strategies for smarter crop protection.
*Free sandwich redeemed through survey completion. Limited number available.
Join us at CropTec 2019 and register today