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Did we miss you at Crops &
Chemicals Europe, Berlin
(8-9 February)?

Dave Garthwaite, our Pesticide Usage Survey Manager presented his technical insights from 50 years of Pesticide Usage Surveys and how using these great insights, can help you analyse your market and your competitors, understand the trends and look to the future where opportunities can be found.

So don't miss out, why not download our latest Pesticide Usage Survey ebook today as Dave Garthwaite summarises the key findings and interpretates these valuable trends into useful insights to aid you to do more with your business.

Pesticide Usage Survey (PUS) collects usage typically on a 2-year cycle ensuring that the main crops grown in the United Kingdom are covered at least once every four years. Arable, soft fruit, vegetable and protected edible crops are surveyed biennially with grass and fodder crops surveyed every four years. The reports detail pesticide usage on each crop in terms of weight, area and the percentage treated with specific active substances which include conventional pesticides; biopesticides & living biocontrol organisms with regards to;

  • Products, dates, rates and methods of application
  • Water volumes and tank mixing
  • Products, dates, rates and methods of application
  • Use of crop covers (selected surveys)
  • Use of growing media (selected surveys)
  • Use of pollinators (selected surveys)