JOIN OVER 24,000 FARMERS, AGRONOMISTS AND INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS ON THE 14TH & 15TH JUNE AT BOOTHBY GRAFFOE, LINCOLNSHIRE FOR THE ARABLE INDUSTRY'S LEADING TECHNICAL EVENT
THE SOIL PIT
Visit The Soil Pit - a brand new feature to this years Cereals Event.
A 4m wide x 8m long and 1.2m deep trench where you can step down and look at the different soil structures and effective use of cover mixes, speak to soil specialists and discover the research being carried out.
Find out more about Cereals by watching our latest promotional video.
Whether you are new to Cereals, or a returning visitor, watch our latest video and discover what you can expect from this years Event.
Discover how to use a drone and analyse the data in the Drone Zone.
Watch demonstrations and speak with experts using the drones to discover how this technology, along with the data captured can be benefit your business and research.
From tractors and sprayers to combines and cultivators; see them all at Cereals.
With leading international machinery manufacturers side by side, Cereals is a great opportunity to compare models, and with working demonstrations, compare performance.
Judge the latest varieties and discover agronomic solutions at Cereals.
Discover the latest additions to the Recommended Lists, find varieties that better match market requirements and get the agronomic information you need for healthy crops and businesses.
Get sound, practical advice from the professionals and build your business.
From grain marketing tools, legal and financial services to land purchasing and international trade, Cereals has the experts that can help you build a more resilient, profitable business.
Latest News and Press Releases
Cereals, the UK’s leading arable technical event took place at Chrishall Grange in Cambridgeshire on June 15 – 16 attracting visitors in search of information on new products, practical advice and insight into industry issues.
Bishop Burton College has won the 2016 Cereals Challenge having risen to the challenge of growing the most profitable crop of peas.
Last year’s winner’s Easton & Otley College claimed second place and Harper Adams University came third.
Teams from Newcastle University, The Royal Agricultural University, Harper Adams University, Bishop Burton College, Risheholme College and Easton & Otley College qualified in a competitive process for the Challenge, and were subsequently each allocated a plot at the Cereals site at Chrishall Grange Farm in Cambridge for which they have had complete responsibility over since February through to the Cereals Event.
At Cereals, Drone AG will be showing drone systems and services that provide data and applications to assist with precision agriculture.
Drone AG have been conducting trials and research, with the aim to launch a simple, effective solution that will save farmers time and money.
Cereals 2016 will also see Drone AG announce a new drone-based spraying system.