Hutchinsons

Hutchinsons objective is to provide the highest standards of independent agronomic advice to farmers and growers together with the efficient supply of a complete range of agronomic inputs.

The Metaldehyde Stewardship Group has launched an enhanced campaign for 2017 to ensure maximum protection of the environment, and in particular birds, small mammals, and water.

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HUTCHINSONS Healthy Soils

Healthy Soils: The Key to Unlocking Yield

Healthy Soils is a new service providing a wealth of information to effectively measure and monitor soil health.


Seed and Varieties Information Booklet 2017

The Seed Sales Team bring you the Seed and Varieties Information Book for 2017 and hope that this resources will help you make the best choices for your farm this year. You can order a printed copy from here. More...


Isotrak GPS Delivery Tracking

As part of our commitment for continually improving our service to our customers, we have fitted all our delivery vehicles with the ISOTRAK system. More...


Five Day Spraying Weather Forecast for your Location Now Available here!

We have extended the spray forecast functionality currently available in the iOS and Android Fieldwise ProApp. Choose a location and then the spraying weather forecast details are available at 3 hourly intervals for each day, with simple symbols indicating conditions that may favour or prevent best practice spraying.


New European Commission Proposals Threaten Cereal and Sugar Beet Seed Treatments in the UK

What is the European Commission proposing?
Is there any way of stopping the new ban?

#saveourseedtreatments


Hutchinsons is Campaigning for Glyphosate Re-registration

Hutchinsons
is writing to growers to update them on the current position regarding the registration of glyphosate and to ask for their active support in lobbying their local MP and MEPs.
Why are we writing to growers now?

As growers and advisors, we believe we should stand together and campaign positively for the re-approval of glyphosate. On careful risk based assessments, it has been clearly demonstrated to have had no known issues for over 35 years.

The good news recently delivered by ECHA, regarding the classification of glyphosate as non-carcinogenic, should now be seen as a starting point for the continued campaign to get glyphosate re-registered.

Do we need to continue campaigning?
How can you help?
What next?