Tickets go on sale for Cereals 2017 in Lincolnshire

Tickets are now on sale for the 40th Cereals event, in June – the arable industry’s biggest annual get-together, which draws crowds of more than 24,000.

This year’s event returns to the 2015 site at Boothby Graffoe, in Lincolnshire, to showcase all the latest technical developments for arable growers.

Visitors can catch up on all the latest varieties, agrochemicals, specialist crops and cultivation equipment and also see-cutting edge technology in the Drone Zone and at Syngenta’s Sprays and Sprayers Area.

See also: How one New Zealand grower beat the wheat yield world record

The Arable Conference will feature a series of debates and seminars with themes ranging from farming without glyphosate to the effects of Brexit.

Individual tickets are priced at £24, and a two-day ticket at £32, with a discount down to £20 for those booking via the website using the promocode CEREALS17TOS

Cereals logoThe event is to be held on 14-15 June at the 64ha site just south of Lincoln, with nearly 500 leading suppliers already booked to attend.

Further discounts are available: for groups of 11-20 the price comes down to £19 per ticket; for groups of more than 21 the cost is £18 per ticket.

The Cereals event is organised by Comexposium Haymarket Exhibitions, and Farmers Weekly is the media partner.

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