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AgriSouth offers visitors the opportunity to talk to machinery and equipment innovators, manufacturers and dealers as well as a myriad of supplies and services available to growers and farmers from National and International Suppliers. Being able to chat to the experts about a new project without making a formal appointment to go and see them is really useful.

If you haven’t attended a NIAB TAG demonstration event in the past, or it has just been a while, the 2020 AgriSouth event 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.

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 2020.

  • Variety choice
  • Agronomy research
  • Crop protection
  • Soil management
  • Precision farming
  • Business strategy

NIAB’s Technical Director Bill Clark says: “Our untreated variety demo plots are always a popular exhibit at events, giving growers a head start on their variety selection for next season, with differences in disease resistance and performance between the varieties clearly evident. NIAB TAG specialists will be on hand to provide expert, independent advice and comment on variety choice across all cereal, oilseed and pulse crops.

NIAB TAG champions the role of independent crop research, with the UK’s largest farmer and industry membership base providing impartial information and on-farm advice. Our unique regional farmer technical committees drive many the areas which we trial. Some of the work undertaken at our trials centre at East Malling in Kent is as a result of this, including farming system trials looking at life without glyphosate, the contribution of soil conditioning materials, the use of biostimulants and the control of herbicide resistant ryegrass.

Additional agronomy and soil management demonstrations will be confirmed in early 2020.

There are very few events where visitors can see not only the latest releases and machinery developments but have the opportunity to discuss all aspects of their business’ and network with established award-winning companies all at the same time

It is very easy to get to Faversham Showground whether you travel by rail, road, air or ferry, with the journey taking you into the heart of the beautiful Kent countryside. Scroll down for full details on how to get here!

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Faversham Showground

Staple Street,
Faversham,
Kent,
ME13 9HY

Getting here

By train

Faversham Station, Station Road, Faversham ME13 8EB

Faversham railway station is on the Chatham Main Line, serving the town of Faversham, Kent. It is 51 miles down the line from London Victoria train station and offers a regular service to London and Dover.

 

 

 

 

By car

Sat Nav: Enter postcode ME13 9HY.

Access just off the M2/A2 - A229 Thanet Way.

 

By ferry

From Dover Port head south-east on A256 / Woolcomber Street toward A20 / Townwall Street

Turn left on to A20 / Townwall Street

At roundabout, take 2nd exit on to A2 / Jubilee Way towards Canterbury / Deal / Ramsgate / Sandwich / A2

Pass through 2 roundabouts, remaining on A2

At roundabout, take 5th exit on to sliproad towards Herne Bay / Ramsgate / Whitstable / A299

Merge on to A299 / Thanet Way

Turn left, then left over the bypass

Arrive at Faversham Showground.  Journey time approx. 41 minutes.

By air

Gatwick Airport, Gatwick Airport (LGW), Horley, Gatwick RH6 0RD, UK

Head south on London Rd/A23

At Gatwick Rd Roundabout, take the 4th exit and stay on London Rd/A23. Take the slip road to M23/Gatwick Airport and at the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Airport Way. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto M23 heading to London/Brighton/Crawley/Dartford/Heathrow Airport/M25. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto the M23 slip road to M25/London/Dartford/Heathrow Airport

Merge onto M23 and the take the M25 exit towards Dartford/M11/Maidstone/M20/A25/Westerham. Keep right at the fork and merge onto M25. Keep right to continue on M26 which will merge onto M20. At junction 7, exit onto Sittingbourne Rd/A249 towards Sheerness. At junction 7, exit onto Sittingbourne Rd/A249 towards Sheerness. Merge onto M2 via the slip road to Canterbury/Ramsgate/Dover

Continue onto Thanet Way/A299. Take the exit towards Goodnestone/Graveney/Staplestreet/Hernhill. Continue onto Whitstable Rd, then Turn left onto Staple St Rd. Turn right onto Staple St and your destination will be on the right.

Approx travel time: 1 hours 8 mins

Should you require clearance and landing co-ordinates for helicopter arrivals please contact the organisers

Where to stay

Travel Lodge

A299 Thanet Way, Faversham,
Kent, ME13 9EL,

Tel: 08719 846022

www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/21/Canterbury-Whitstable-hotel

Judd's Folly Hotel

Syndale Park Lodge, London Rd, Ospringe, Faversham ME13 0RH

Tel: 01795 591818

www..juddsfollyhotel.co.uk

The Railway Hotel

Preston Street,
Faversham, Kent
ME13 8PE

Tel: 01795 533173

www.railwayhotelfaversham.co.uk

Travel Lodge

Dunkirk,
Canterbury, ME13 9LN

Tel: 08719 846023

www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/22/Canterbury-Dunkirk-hotel