With the most comprehensive integrated arable trials programme in the UK, Agrovista can ensure that the quality impartial advice provided to customers is unrivalled.
Having depots and regional agronomy centres nationwide, coupled with a team of highly experienced and qualified agronomists, Agrovista are your local crop care experts and suppliers committed to helping you farm more effectively and more profitably.
Our combined services and expertise make Agrovista the leading supplier of Crop Management, Business Support, Crop Protection Products and now, Precision Farming services.
Precision Farming encompasses so many areas of technology and with this comes a wealth of data capture, be it from yield maps, soil sampling, green area index recorders or drone imagery, and it all has to be managed, stored and made accessible to those needing to evaluate and use the data.
AXIS is a cloud-based technical information exchange system that allows agronomy and precision farming data to be uploaded and shared in real time with advisers, agronomists, operators and contractors giving businesses true flexibility and efficiency.
We recognise that modern technology should be easy to use and access on the go and have developed AXIS specifically with this in mind. Recognising that many of the key data requirements happen out with the confines of an office environment, we have worked closely with our partners to provide offline smartphone and tablet apps to ensure that you can capture and record data wherever you are.
Plantsystems from Agrovista encompasses all of the technology required to ensure growing crops are done with maximum efficiency.
From high tech soil analysis systems, on farm weather stations, right through to the yield map at the end of season, Plantsystems can integrate all of these areas and offer growers a modern package tailored to their needs.
Some of the most significant advances in agronomy available to UK farmers will be on display at Agrovista’s stand at Cereals 2017, where visitors will be able to quiz experts on how these novel technologies can benefit their businesses.
Among these is a recently launched commercial drone service, developed by Plantsystems, Agrovista’s precision services arm.
This service offers flight packages carried out by the company’s fully-approved unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) operators, or a processing service for farmers who have their own drones.
The latest version of Agrovista’s cloud-based technical information exchange system Axis will be on show too. This allows agronomy and precision-farming data to be uploaded and shared in real time with advisers, agronomists, operators and contractors, providing true flexibility and efficiency to a farming business.
In addition, visitors can also update on Agrovista’s extensive range of trials assessing the value of cover crops and companion crops in arable rotations, including their role in boosting crop and soil heath and controlling herbicide-resistant grassweeds