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Agri-south is a one day free to attend event that focus’ on technical developers, innovators, supplies and services directly or indirectly involved in Agriculture and Horticulture

Register your interest in exhibiting at AgriSouth

East Malling Research, New Road, East Malling, Kent ME19 6BJ
5 June 2019

01622 815356 | karen@ramsak.co.uk
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AgiSouth is a one day free to attend event. The inaugural 2019 event hosted by NIAB TAG at their 200 ha East Malling Estate near Maidstone, Kent, will focus on research, technical development and innovation as well as supplies and services by showcasing the very latest machinery and equipment as well as the myriad of professional services and supplies available for ag’ businesses.

NIAB TAG will be showcasing a range of field-based arable demonstrations and trials that enable visitors to interact with our leading industry experts, including variety demonstration trials in winter wheat and winter oilseed rape.

Additional agronomy and soil management demonstrations will be confirmed in early 2019.

 

The Venue - East Malling Research , ME19 6BJ

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NIAB TAG

“If you haven’t attended a NIAB TAG demonstration event in the past, or it has just been a while, this year’s AgriSouth is an ideal opportunity to come along and take a look at the wide range of arable advice and research we provide and to meet our experts and local staff. And we’re delighted that AgriSouth is being held on the East Malling Estate, home to our sister horticultural research division NIAB EMR." NIAB TAG

Industry Research

Owned and managed by the East Malling Trust, the 200 ha East Malling Estate, near Maidstone in Kent, was originally home of the East Malling and Wye Fruit Experimental Station. Today, the estate provides office facilities for 62 different businesses, including the horticultural research organisation NIAB EMR, part of the NIAB Group.

NIAB EMR is the largest business on site, with offices, laboratories, conference, field and glasshouse facilities for over 60 staff and scientists, alongside research, trials and commercial horticultural and arable land. The site is also used as a centre for NIAB TAG, the arable division of the NIAB Group, with a range of farmer-focused field trials and demonstrations.