MagGrow are pleased to announce that we are expanding our Crop Science operations based at Farm491 in Cirencester in line with increasing customer demand.
Farm 491 is a space for agritech innovators and entrepreneurs to grow their businesses. It was founded at and funded by the Royal Agricultural University in 2015 at Cirencester. The new MagGrow facility at Farm 491 provides us with an ideal location from which to conduct our field and semi-field trial programme, with the University farm offering an excellent selection of suitable trial sites.
As part of this growth we are delighted to welcome Cameron Wood, who has joined MagGrow as a Crop Science Specialist and will be a key part of our ongoing trials activities. Cameron joins us with experience gained with one of the top Food and Drink research organisations in Europe, and one of the largest agricultural contract trials companies in the UK.
The MagGrow Crop Science team led by Nick Jessop work closely with regulatory authorities and leading industry and academic experts to ensure that customers are able to utilise the full benefits of improved coverage and reduced drift from this innovative technology.
MagGrow recognises that growers will have different sets of challenges relating to the crops that they grow and the regions in which they grow them. As such, we conduct extensive semi-field and field trials, to ensure we are offering suitable solutions, supported by strong empirical evidence, rather than just a product.
MagGrow are currently looking to further increase the Crop Science team with the appointment of a Trials Assistant – details can be found on MagGrow’s website. www.maggrow.com