Providing detailed independent agronomic advice, our Knowledge Hub membership is appropriate for growers who have crop management structures in place yet want to stay up-to-date with the latest technical developments and independent advice.

The Knowledge Hub offers growers a valuable and cost-effective support option through regular technical bulletins featuring our most recent trials data accompanied by seasonal comment and advice and access to a members-only online information hub. Members also receive telephone and email support.

Subscription to our combinable and energy crop Knowledge Hub gives members access to 10  bulletins a year, whilst our Potato service includes access to four potato bulletins per year.

Knowledge Hub membership includes:

  • Regular bulletins with a focus on crop development, specific input requirements, seasonal challenges and trial updates, including key trial results as they happen during the harvest period
  • Access to trial site open days showcasing trials progress and innovative agronomy developments (combinable crops)
  • Access to our annual regional trial results meetings where we interpret and discuss technical conclusions
  • An invitation to our annual conference with a line-up of respected UK and international speakers

Fee Structure


For more information call 01577 862759 or click here for a 30-day trial.

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For me the independent advice from Scottish Agronomy is really important, but it’s the combination of this with group discussion which makes this such powerful resource to our enterprise

John Weir, Lacesston Farm, Gateside

Good agronomic advice is the number one controllable influence within our business and so to have the quality of independent information available to us through Scottish Agronomy is essential

Fin Hay, Easter Rhynd, Perth

With Scottish Agronomy and at the group meetings, there is the opportunity to question the science.

Mark McCallum, St. Martins, Culbokie, Dingwall

At group meetings there is scope to hold a wide base of discussion from agronomy and trials to diesel or carbon capture.

Alan Arnot, Hatton Mill Farm, Froickheim

The annual fee is good value for decades of experience both in trials data and agronomy, and there is no pressure to use a product

David Aglen, Balbirnie Home Farms, Freuchie

Scottish Agronomy gives fantastic independent advice. We work together as a partnership to make the most of the crops and yields, and what we do is evolving all the time. We are not aiming for revolution, but valuable cumulative evolution

Donald Ross, Rhynie Farm, Tain

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