Manufacturer, plant breeder or trade organisation? Become part of Scottish Agronomy’s corporate network and stay at the forefront of technical developments.

Our trade associates benefit from knowledge gathered from our extensive trials programme as well as valuable insights and networking opportunities at our open days, results meetings and conferences.

Trade Associates benefit from:

  • 10 combinable crop bulletins per year with updates on crop development, input requirements, seasonal issues and trials results
  • Four technical potato bulletins per year
  • An invitation to open days on trials sites demonstrating new and innovative developments
  • An invitation to annual dedicated corporate results meetings with separate meetings for combinable crops and potatoes
  • Preferential rates for contract trials for corporate members


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

Our trade associates include:

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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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