Cereals: The Arable Event

CEREALS 2017

  • 14th & 15th June 2017
  • Boothby Graffoe, Lincolnshire

Cereals: the technical event for the arable industry

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

Fields of the Future

Fields of the Future

From robotics to genetics, get an insight into the future of farming.

Fields of the Future will highlight developments that are in their infancy and provide a glimpse at how arable farming could change in the next 5, 10 or 20 years.

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Specialist Crop Zone

Specialist Crop Zone

Add value to your rotations; meet experts and learn about novel and niche crops.  

As margins on traditional crops continue to be squeezed, discover specialist crops that have added value and agronomic traits that can benefit arable rotations.

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Knowledge Trails

Knowledge Trails

Plan your visit and get more from Cereals 2017.

Pinpoint the exhibitors and event features that have the knowledge, experience and products you need with the Knowledge Trails.

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The Soil Pit

The Soil Pit

Step down into The Soil Pit to get eye to eye with crop roots and soil horizons. 

At 20m long and illustrating the effect of drilling dates, compaction and cover crops, this year's soil Soil Pit will be bigger and better than before.

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Arable Conference

Arable Conference

Join us for live discussion, seminars and debates in the arable marquee.

Headlined by industry-leading farmers, scientists, policymakers and environmentalists, the Arable Conference provides insight and information on the latest issues challenging arable farmers.

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Drone Zone

Drone Zone

Discover how to use a drone and analyse the data in the Drone Zone

Watch demonstrations and speak with the experts to discover how this technology, along with the data captured can benefit your business .

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Machinery

Machinery

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.

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Crops

Crops

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.

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Business

Business

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.

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Latest News and Press Releases

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  • Cereals Challenge goes virtual

    25-Mar-2017 by: Niamh Tye Hutchinsons

    For the first time in its eight-year history, this year’s Cereals Challenge has gone virtual - eight teams from Universities and Colleges from across England will compete to grow the best virtual crop of spring barley.

  • A novel way of looking at disease and weeds in plots will be one of the highlights of the Bayer stand (635) at Cereals 2017.

     

    Instead of just parting the crop to see disease levels, the firm is digging a trench through the treated and untreated wheat plots so visitors can look more closely at disease levels on the various leaf layers, says Will Charlton, Bayer Campaign Manager for Cereal Fungicides.

  • An increase in grain price of around 40% in the last year has put oilseed rape firmly on the map for autumn 2017. However, with the same pest and disease pressures as those that struck in 2016, variety decision making is more important than ever.

     

    On display at Cereals this year will be Bayer’s latest hybrids, InVigor 1035 (InV1035) and InVigor 1010 (InV1010). As Sarah Middleton, Bayer’s Seeds and Traits Campaign Manager, explains, these two varieties are well placed to tackle the current challenges of growing OSR:

     

    “It is widely accepted now that seed yield isn’t the most important factor when it comes to variety decision making. What is important is ensuring that the crop reaches harvest in the best possible condition, and this comes down to tailoring agronomy to on-farm conditions – something that the InVigor portfolio is well placed to do."

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Getting there

  • Boothby Graffoe
  • Lincolnshire, LN5 0AS


 

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Opening times

  • Wednesday 14th June 8am-6pm
  • Thursday 15th June 8am-5pm 
  • Car parks open at 6.00am with free tea and coffee available until 7.30am. For those that arrive hungry, there will also be food available to purchase.
  • The gates to Cereals open at 7.30am when the Event catering facilities open for breakfast, with a delicious full English available at the cafe until 11am.

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