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Covering the South of England, Crop Advisors Independent Alliance offers independent agronomy and group purchasing for over 570 farmer members, farming in excess of 115,000 hectares.

By working closely with our alliance agronomists and by focusing our group purchasing on agrochemicals, fertiliser and seed, we are able to source the best products for the job at the most competitive prices. Our business aim is to ensure that we make our farmer members businesses more profitable.

Crop Advisors is fully independent and takes no commission from transactions made between a member and any supplier. We are fully regulated and bound by the conditions of the Association of Independent Crop Consultants.

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Crop Advisors is an alliance of individual agronomy businesses which provide on farm advice to their respective client bases under their own business name and structure.
Farmer members have the advantage of receiving their advice through their chosen agronomist whilst being able to benefit from the increased purchasing power of the combined client membership.
 


Berkshire

STEVE COOK

m. 07836 229885
e. steve@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Steve has been with Hampshire Arable Systems for over twenty five years, delivering all aspects of agronomy advice encompassing variety selection, fertiliser planning, crop protection recommendations and cross compliance.  He graduated from Nottingham University with a Crop Science degree and followed that with a Post Graduate Diploma in Crop Protection from Harper Adams.   He advises on over forty farms in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Surrey and Sussex.  


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850


Berkshire

GINETTE FILSON

m. 07941 536340
e. ginette@gbfoot.co.uk


Ginette has been an independent agronomist since 2002 working with clients in North Hampshire and Berkshire as well as maintaining an active management and agronomy role in her family farm. She is happiest working closely with her farmers to try to grow the best possible crops that the season will allow. Ginette is involved with all aspects of the cropping cycle from varietal selection to harvest management and enjoys the challenge of responding to new technologies, legislation and farm profitability.


Vine Farm House, Vine Road, Sherborne St John, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 9HL
t. 07941 536340


Berkshire

STEWART SINCLAIR

m. 07733 324371
e. stewart@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Stewart joined Hampshire Arable Systems in 2005, after spending 3 years as a distributor agronomist with Hutchinsons, and currently provides all aspects of agronomic advice to over 40 clients in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset and Surrey, covering over 20,000 acres. He graduated from Harper Adams in 2002, with a Degree in Crop Protection, and has recently achieved the BASIS Diploma in Agronomy. He has also been a member of the AICC since 2005.

As well as providing an agronomy service,  Stewart has been involved in delivering advice through the Catchment Sensitive Farming Initiative, which involves Soil and Nutrient Management Plans, and Slurry Infrastructure guidance. Each year he provides NRoSO training to over 150 spray operators and has recently taken on the role of AICC Regional Coordinator for the South.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Berkshire

STEVE COOK

m. 07836 229885
e. steve@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Steve has been with Hampshire Arable Systems for over twenty five years, delivering all aspects of agronomy advice encompassing variety selection, fertiliser planning, crop protection recommendations and cross compliance.  He graduated from Nottingham University with a Crop Science degree and followed that with a Post Graduate Diploma in Crop Protection from Harper Adams.   He advises on over forty farms in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Surrey and Sussex.  


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Berkshire

GINETTE FILSON

m. 07941 536340
e. ginette@gbfoot.co.uk


Ginette has been an independent agronomist since 2002 working with clients in North Hampshire and Berkshire as well as maintaining an active management and agronomy role in her family farm. She is happiest working closely with her farmers to try to grow the best possible crops that the season will allow. Ginette is involved with all aspects of the cropping cycle from varietal selection to harvest management and enjoys the challenge of responding to new technologies, legislation and farm profitability.


Vine Farm House, Vine Road, Sherborne St John, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 9HL
t. 07941 536340

Berkshire

STEWART SINCLAIR

m. 07733 324371
e. stewart@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Stewart joined Hampshire Arable Systems in 2005, after spending 3 years as a distributor agronomist with Hutchinsons, and currently provides all aspects of agronomic advice to over 40 clients in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset and Surrey, covering over 20,000 acres. He graduated from Harper Adams in 2002, with a Degree in Crop Protection, and has recently achieved the BASIS Diploma in Agronomy. He has also been a member of the AICC since 2005.

As well as providing an agronomy service,  Stewart has been involved in delivering advice through the Catchment Sensitive Farming Initiative, which involves Soil and Nutrient Management Plans, and Slurry Infrastructure guidance. Each year he provides NRoSO training to over 150 spray operators and has recently taken on the role of AICC Regional Coordinator for the South.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Buckinghamshire

SAM CLARKE

m. 07963 874482
e. sam@clarkefarming.co.uk
w. Clarke Farming Partnership


Sam graduated from Writtle Agricultural College in 2008 with a BSc in Agriculture. He then went to work for Velcourt as a trainee farm manager in the South of England on a 10,000 acre arable estate; this is where his passion for arable farming really took off. Sam worked for Velcourt for 5 years before leaving to become a crop consultant. In 2013 Sam joined the Association of Independent Crop Consultants (AICC). Sam’s consultancy business is centred around a whole farm approach which encompasses not only agronomy but soil health, cultivation strategy, precision farming, input purchasing etc. All of Sam’s recommendations are made via Gatekeeper software and a full legislative service is given to clients helping them with NVZ and NMax regulations, BPS applications, LERAPs, IPM etc.

Sam specialises in precision farming, soil health and whole farm approach consultancy.


Clarke Farming Partnership Ltd, Midwinter Cottage, Steeple Aston, Bicester, OX25 4RS


Buckinghamshire

STEVE COOK

m. 07836 229885
e. steve@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Steve has been with Hampshire Arable Systems for over twenty five years, delivering all aspects of agronomy advice encompassing variety selection, fertiliser planning, crop protection recommendations and cross compliance.  He graduated from Nottingham University with a Crop Science degree and followed that with a Post Graduate Diploma in Crop Protection from Harper Adams.   He advises on over forty farms in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Surrey and Sussex.  


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Buckinghamshire

SAM CLARKE

m. 07963 874482
e. sam@clarkefarming.co.uk
w. Clarke Farming Partnership


Sam graduated from Writtle Agricultural College in 2008 with a BSc in Agriculture. He then went to work for Velcourt as a trainee farm manager in the South of England on a 10,000 acre arable estate; this is where his passion for arable farming really took off. Sam worked for Velcourt for 5 years before leaving to become a crop consultant. In 2013 Sam joined the Association of Independent Crop Consultants (AICC). Sam’s consultancy business is centred around a whole farm approach which encompasses not only agronomy but soil health, cultivation strategy, precision farming, input purchasing etc. All of Sam’s recommendations are made via Gatekeeper software and a full legislative service is given to clients helping them with NVZ and NMax regulations, BPS applications, LERAPs, IPM etc.

Sam specialises in precision farming, soil health and whole farm approach consultancy.


Clarke Farming Partnership Ltd, Midwinter Cottage, Steeple Aston, Bicester, OX25 4RS

Buckinghamshire

STEVE COOK

m. 07836 229885
e. steve@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Steve has been with Hampshire Arable Systems for over twenty five years, delivering all aspects of agronomy advice encompassing variety selection, fertiliser planning, crop protection recommendations and cross compliance.  He graduated from Nottingham University with a Crop Science degree and followed that with a Post Graduate Diploma in Crop Protection from Harper Adams.   He advises on over forty farms in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Surrey and Sussex.  


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Dorset

DAN DINES

m. 07970 878874
e. dan@wessexagronomy.co.uk


Dan graduated from Seale-Hayne Agricultural College in 1998 with a BSc in Agriculture.  Upon leaving college he spent five years working for ADAS as an Arable Consultant.  In 2003 Wessex Agronomy Services Ltd was set-up. The business has gone from strength to strength and works with farmers throughout Wiltshire and Dorset.


Wessex Agronomy, The Retreat, 6 Chapel Lane, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire, SN9 6DY
t. 01980 630430


Dorset

BRETT POINTING

m. 07539 872901
e. brett.p@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


Brett has a degree in Agriculture from the University of Reading and has experience working in field trials with Eurofins, as well as practical experience working on farms. He is working alongside Joss Wood advising on all aspects of growing cereals, pulses, OSR, linseed, maize and grassland. This includes rotational, varietal and nutrient planning, and agrochemical advice. Brett also worked with Crop Advisors Buying Group on a part time basis for a year a to help him gain a better understanding of the buying process and product sourcing. He is a keen rugby player and enjoys being involved with the family shoot.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862


Dorset

STEWART SINCLAIR

m. 07733 324371
e. stewart@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Stewart joined Hampshire Arable Systems in 2005, after spending 3 years as a distributor agronomist with Hutchinsons, and currently provides all aspects of agronomic advice to over 40 clients in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset and Surrey, covering over 20,000 acres. He graduated from Harper Adams in 2002, with a Degree in Crop Protection, and has recently achieved the BASIS Diploma in Agronomy. He has also been a member of the AICC since 2005.

As well as providing an agronomy service,  Stewart has been involved in delivering advice through the Catchment Sensitive Farming Initiative, which involves Soil and Nutrient Management Plans, and Slurry Infrastructure guidance. Each year he provides NRoSO training to over 150 spray operators and has recently taken on the role of AICC Regional Coordinator for the South.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850


Dorset

JOSS WOOD

m. 07836 524731
e. josswood@outlook.com


Joss graduated from Seale Hayne Agricultural College in 1972, and has since worked over 30 years as a self-employed Independent Agronomist. He is BASIS, FACTS, and ICM qualified, advising on all aspects of growing cereals, pulses, OSR, linseed, maize and grassland. This includes rotational, varietal and nutrient planning, and agrochemical advice, using a dedicated computer programme. Seed, agrochemicals and Fertiliser is purchased through The Crop Advisors buying group, enabling optimal purchasing for his clients.

Joss is a Council Member of The Association of Independent Crop Advisors, whose aim is to lend support to Independent Advisors, organising Regional Technical Meetings, comprehensive nationwide Independent Trials and professional Independent Representation throughout the industry


Joss Wood Arable Advisor, 18 Manor Farm Close, Pimperne, Blandford, Dorset, DT11 8XL

Dorset

DAN DINES

m. 07970 878874
e. dan@wessexagronomy.co.uk


Dan graduated from Seale-Hayne Agricultural College in 1998 with a BSc in Agriculture.  Upon leaving college he spent five years working for ADAS as an Arable Consultant.  In 2003 Wessex Agronomy Services Ltd was set-up. The business has gone from strength to strength and works with farmers throughout Wiltshire and Dorset.


Wessex Agronomy, The Retreat, 6 Chapel Lane, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire, SN9 6DY
t. 01980 630430

Dorset

BRETT POINTING

m. 07539 872901
e. brett.p@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


Brett has a degree in Agriculture from the University of Reading and has experience working in field trials with Eurofins, as well as practical experience working on farms. He is working alongside Joss Wood advising on all aspects of growing cereals, pulses, OSR, linseed, maize and grassland. This includes rotational, varietal and nutrient planning, and agrochemical advice. Brett also worked with Crop Advisors Buying Group on a part time basis for a year a to help him gain a better understanding of the buying process and product sourcing. He is a keen rugby player and enjoys being involved with the family shoot.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862

Dorset

STEWART SINCLAIR

m. 07733 324371
e. stewart@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Stewart joined Hampshire Arable Systems in 2005, after spending 3 years as a distributor agronomist with Hutchinsons, and currently provides all aspects of agronomic advice to over 40 clients in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset and Surrey, covering over 20,000 acres. He graduated from Harper Adams in 2002, with a Degree in Crop Protection, and has recently achieved the BASIS Diploma in Agronomy. He has also been a member of the AICC since 2005.

As well as providing an agronomy service,  Stewart has been involved in delivering advice through the Catchment Sensitive Farming Initiative, which involves Soil and Nutrient Management Plans, and Slurry Infrastructure guidance. Each year he provides NRoSO training to over 150 spray operators and has recently taken on the role of AICC Regional Coordinator for the South.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Dorset

JOSS WOOD

m. 07836 524731
e. josswood@outlook.com


Joss graduated from Seale Hayne Agricultural College in 1972, and has since worked over 30 years as a self-employed Independent Agronomist. He is BASIS, FACTS, and ICM qualified, advising on all aspects of growing cereals, pulses, OSR, linseed, maize and grassland. This includes rotational, varietal and nutrient planning, and agrochemical advice, using a dedicated computer programme. Seed, agrochemicals and Fertiliser is purchased through The Crop Advisors buying group, enabling optimal purchasing for his clients.

Joss is a Council Member of The Association of Independent Crop Advisors, whose aim is to lend support to Independent Advisors, organising Regional Technical Meetings, comprehensive nationwide Independent Trials and professional Independent Representation throughout the industry


Joss Wood Arable Advisor, 18 Manor Farm Close, Pimperne, Blandford, Dorset, DT11 8XL

Glamorgan & Gwent

STEPHEN HARRISON

m. 07831 119661
e. stephen@southwestagronomy.com


Since graduating in 1979 with an honours degree in Agriculture with a specialisation in Agricultural Botany from the University College of North Wales, Bangor, Steve has worked in a variety of areas in the agricultural advisory field.  Initial experience was in Eastern Scotland working largely with seed potatoes followed by 10 years with ADAS in Yorkshire and Lancashire before moving to the South West in 1989 where he established his current business, South West Agronomy.

Steve has a wide ranging experience of combinable crop agronomy.  In the livestock area specialist advice is given on grassland, maize and fodder beet.  Steve is a fully qualified member of AICC, BASIS and FACTS including NMP and ICM.

Over the last 25 years Steve has developed an expertise in the particular agronomic problems of South West England, especially wet weather cereal disease control, and this is reflected in the locally appropriate nature of advice given.


South West Agronomy, 4 Norton Grange, Norton St Philip, Bath, BA3 6PT
t. 01373 834070

Glamorgan & Gwent

STEPHEN HARRISON

m. 07831 119661
e. stephen@southwestagronomy.com


Since graduating in 1979 with an honours degree in Agriculture with a specialisation in Agricultural Botany from the University College of North Wales, Bangor, Steve has worked in a variety of areas in the agricultural advisory field.  Initial experience was in Eastern Scotland working largely with seed potatoes followed by 10 years with ADAS in Yorkshire and Lancashire before moving to the South West in 1989 where he established his current business, South West Agronomy.

Steve has a wide ranging experience of combinable crop agronomy.  In the livestock area specialist advice is given on grassland, maize and fodder beet.  Steve is a fully qualified member of AICC, BASIS and FACTS including NMP and ICM.

Over the last 25 years Steve has developed an expertise in the particular agronomic problems of South West England, especially wet weather cereal disease control, and this is reflected in the locally appropriate nature of advice given.


South West Agronomy, 4 Norton Grange, Norton St Philip, Bath, BA3 6PT
t. 01373 834070

Gloucestershire

SAM CLARKE

m. 07963 874482
e. sam@clarkefarming.co.uk
w. Clarke Farming Partnership


Sam graduated from Writtle Agricultural College in 2008 with a BSc in Agriculture. He then went to work for Velcourt as a trainee farm manager in the South of England on a 10,000 acre arable estate; this is where his passion for arable farming really took off. Sam worked for Velcourt for 5 years before leaving to become a crop consultant. In 2013 Sam joined the Association of Independent Crop Consultants (AICC). Sam’s consultancy business is centred around a whole farm approach which encompasses not only agronomy but soil health, cultivation strategy, precision farming, input purchasing etc. All of Sam’s recommendations are made via Gatekeeper software and a full legislative service is given to clients helping them with NVZ and NMax regulations, BPS applications, LERAPs, IPM etc.

Sam specialises in precision farming, soil health and whole farm approach consultancy.


Clarke Farming Partnership Ltd, Midwinter Cottage, Steeple Aston, Bicester, OX25 4RS


Gloucestershire

MIKE DOLMAN

m. 07966 252844
e. mgagronomy@btinternet.com


After graduating with a degree in Agriculture from Seale-hayne Mike spent four years working with Pennywell Farm Management, based near Oxford. He then moved to the Cotswolds to manage the Gatcombe Estate in the early 90s, where he achieved BASIS, FACTS & ICM qualifications.

Following 20 years in arable farm management, Mike set up Cirencester Crop Management Ltd in 2009, and now provides a wide range of arable advisory services to farms in the Cotswold area.

Mike is a member of the BASIS professional register, and a member of the AICC. He works closely with other independent agronomists in the Crop Advisors independent alliance.


Cirencester Crop Management Ltd, Aston Farm, Cherington, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8SW
t. 01285 841361

Gloucestershire

SAM CLARKE

m. 07963 874482
e. sam@clarkefarming.co.uk
w. Clarke Farming Partnership


Sam graduated from Writtle Agricultural College in 2008 with a BSc in Agriculture. He then went to work for Velcourt as a trainee farm manager in the South of England on a 10,000 acre arable estate; this is where his passion for arable farming really took off. Sam worked for Velcourt for 5 years before leaving to become a crop consultant. In 2013 Sam joined the Association of Independent Crop Consultants (AICC). Sam’s consultancy business is centred around a whole farm approach which encompasses not only agronomy but soil health, cultivation strategy, precision farming, input purchasing etc. All of Sam’s recommendations are made via Gatekeeper software and a full legislative service is given to clients helping them with NVZ and NMax regulations, BPS applications, LERAPs, IPM etc.

Sam specialises in precision farming, soil health and whole farm approach consultancy.


Clarke Farming Partnership Ltd, Midwinter Cottage, Steeple Aston, Bicester, OX25 4RS

Gloucestershire

MIKE DOLMAN

m. 07966 252844
e. mgagronomy@btinternet.com


After graduating with a degree in Agriculture from Seale-hayne Mike spent four years working with Pennywell Farm Management, based near Oxford. He then moved to the Cotswolds to manage the Gatcombe Estate in the early 90s, where he achieved BASIS, FACTS & ICM qualifications.

Following 20 years in arable farm management, Mike set up Cirencester Crop Management Ltd in 2009, and now provides a wide range of arable advisory services to farms in the Cotswold area.

Mike is a member of the BASIS professional register, and a member of the AICC. He works closely with other independent agronomists in the Crop Advisors independent alliance.


Cirencester Crop Management Ltd, Aston Farm, Cherington, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, GL8 8SW
t. 01285 841361

Hampshire

STEVE COOK

m. 07836 229885
e. steve@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable System


Steve has been with Hampshire Arable Systems for over twenty five years, delivering all aspects of agronomy advice encompassing variety selection, fertiliser planning, crop protection recommendations and cross compliance.  He graduated from Nottingham University with a Crop Science degree and followed that with a Post Graduate Diploma in Crop Protection from Harper Adams.   He advises on over forty farms in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Surrey and Sussex.  


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850


Hampshire

PETER COWLRICK

m. 07768 335045
e. peter.c@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


Peter has worked for CCC for over 20 years and has extensive experience advising on a wide range of crops. He also coordinates the Association of Independent Crop Consultants Southern regional trials program, giving him an unparalleled knowledge of varieties and crop protection programs.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862


Hampshire

GINETTE FILSON

m. 07941 536340
e. ginette@gbfoot.co.uk


Ginette has been an independent agronomist since 2002 working with clients in North Hampshire and Berkshire as well as maintaining an active management and agronomy role in her family farm. She is happiest working closely with her farmers to try to grow the best possible crops that the season will allow. Ginette is involved with all aspects of the cropping cycle from varietal selection to harvest management and enjoys the challenge of responding to new technologies, legislation and farm profitability.


Vine Farm House, Vine Road, Sherborne St John, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 9HL
t. 07941 536340


Hampshire

TOD HUNNISETT

m. 07974 436141
e. tod.chichester.crop@farmline.com


Tod has his own client base, but also works with CCC and has a very down-to-earth approach to agronomy. In addition to his expertise in combinable crops, Tod also advises on a significant area of potatoes, is a fully approved BASIS trainer and regularly contributes to the Farmers Weekly Crop Watch.


P T Hunnisett Agronomy, Snaefell, Firgrove Road, Whitehill, Hampshire, GU35 9DT
t. 01730 823854


Hampshire

EMMA MARTIN

m. 07768 051278
e. emma@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Emma joined Hampshire Arable Systems as an independent agronomist in 1993.

She provides technical agronomy advice on all aspects of crop management from a full agronomy service through to strategy management planning and telephone advice on all combinable and forage crops.     

All her recommendations are computer generated and she likes to consider all aspects of your arable enterprise and not just chemical recommendations. With this in mind she will compliment her advice with

detailed reports which include N-Max calculations, nitrogen, p&k, cropping and drilling plans.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850


Hampshire

HOWARD NASON

m. 07768 840670
e. howard@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Howard graduated from Seale-Hayne Agricultural College with an HND in agriculture in 1999 and has since achieved qualifications in BASIS, FACTS, ICM and NMP. He is both a director and arable business manager at Crop Advisors and is also an agronomist within the Hampshire Arable Systems business. 


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850


Hampshire

STEWART SINCLAIR

m. 07733 324371
e. stewart@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Stewart joined Hampshire Arable Systems in 2005, after spending 3 years as a distributor agronomist with Hutchinsons, and currently provides all aspects of agronomic advice to over 40 clients in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset and Surrey, covering over 20,000 acres. He graduated from Harper Adams in 2002, with a Degree in Crop Protection, and has recently achieved the BASIS Diploma in Agronomy. He has also been a member of the AICC since 2005.

As well as providing an agronomy service,  Stewart has been involved in delivering advice through the Catchment Sensitive Farming Initiative, which involves Soil and Nutrient Management Plans, and Slurry Infrastructure guidance. Each year he provides NRoSO training to over 150 spray operators and has recently taken on the role of AICC Regional Coordinator for the South.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850


Hampshire

SARAH SYMES

m. 07891 017232
e. sarah@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Sarah joined HAS in September 2012 as a graduate from Harper Adams with a BSc (Hons) in Agriculture and Crop Management and has since become BASIS and FACTS qualified as well as partaking in the Soil and Water course as part of the BASIS diploma. She has worked in field trials before joining the company and is a regular contributor to the “Arable Farming” magazine and advises on farms in Hampshire and Surrey.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Hampshire

STEVE COOK

m. 07836 229885
e. steve@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable System


Steve has been with Hampshire Arable Systems for over twenty five years, delivering all aspects of agronomy advice encompassing variety selection, fertiliser planning, crop protection recommendations and cross compliance.  He graduated from Nottingham University with a Crop Science degree and followed that with a Post Graduate Diploma in Crop Protection from Harper Adams.   He advises on over forty farms in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Surrey and Sussex.  


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Hampshire

PETER COWLRICK

m. 07768 335045
e. peter.c@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


Peter has worked for CCC for over 20 years and has extensive experience advising on a wide range of crops. He also coordinates the Association of Independent Crop Consultants Southern regional trials program, giving him an unparalleled knowledge of varieties and crop protection programs.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862

Hampshire

GINETTE FILSON

m. 07941 536340
e. ginette@gbfoot.co.uk


Ginette has been an independent agronomist since 2002 working with clients in North Hampshire and Berkshire as well as maintaining an active management and agronomy role in her family farm. She is happiest working closely with her farmers to try to grow the best possible crops that the season will allow. Ginette is involved with all aspects of the cropping cycle from varietal selection to harvest management and enjoys the challenge of responding to new technologies, legislation and farm profitability.


Vine Farm House, Vine Road, Sherborne St John, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24 9HL
t. 07941 536340

Hampshire

TOD HUNNISETT

m. 07974 436141
e. tod.chichester.crop@farmline.com


Tod has his own client base, but also works with CCC and has a very down-to-earth approach to agronomy. In addition to his expertise in combinable crops, Tod also advises on a significant area of potatoes, is a fully approved BASIS trainer and regularly contributes to the Farmers Weekly Crop Watch.


P T Hunnisett Agronomy, Snaefell, Firgrove Road, Whitehill, Hampshire, GU35 9DT
t. 01730 823854

Hampshire

EMMA MARTIN

m. 07768 051278
e. emma@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Emma joined Hampshire Arable Systems as an independent agronomist in 1993.

She provides technical agronomy advice on all aspects of crop management from a full agronomy service through to strategy management planning and telephone advice on all combinable and forage crops.     

All her recommendations are computer generated and she likes to consider all aspects of your arable enterprise and not just chemical recommendations. With this in mind she will compliment her advice with

detailed reports which include N-Max calculations, nitrogen, p&k, cropping and drilling plans.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Hampshire

HOWARD NASON

m. 07768 840670
e. howard@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Howard graduated from Seale-Hayne Agricultural College with an HND in agriculture in 1999 and has since achieved qualifications in BASIS, FACTS, ICM and NMP. He is both a director and arable business manager at Crop Advisors and is also an agronomist within the Hampshire Arable Systems business. 


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Hampshire

STEWART SINCLAIR

m. 07733 324371
e. stewart@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Stewart joined Hampshire Arable Systems in 2005, after spending 3 years as a distributor agronomist with Hutchinsons, and currently provides all aspects of agronomic advice to over 40 clients in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset and Surrey, covering over 20,000 acres. He graduated from Harper Adams in 2002, with a Degree in Crop Protection, and has recently achieved the BASIS Diploma in Agronomy. He has also been a member of the AICC since 2005.

As well as providing an agronomy service,  Stewart has been involved in delivering advice through the Catchment Sensitive Farming Initiative, which involves Soil and Nutrient Management Plans, and Slurry Infrastructure guidance. Each year he provides NRoSO training to over 150 spray operators and has recently taken on the role of AICC Regional Coordinator for the South.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Hampshire

SARAH SYMES

m. 07891 017232
e. sarah@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Sarah joined HAS in September 2012 as a graduate from Harper Adams with a BSc (Hons) in Agriculture and Crop Management and has since become BASIS and FACTS qualified as well as partaking in the Soil and Water course as part of the BASIS diploma. She has worked in field trials before joining the company and is a regular contributor to the “Arable Farming” magazine and advises on farms in Hampshire and Surrey.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Isle of Wight

TOD HUNNISETT

m. 07974 436141
e. tod.chichester.crop@farmline.com


Tod has his own client base, but also works with CCC and has a very down-to-earth approach to agronomy. In addition to his expertise in combinable crops, Tod also advises on a significant area of potatoes, is a fully approved BASIS trainer and regularly contributes to the Farmers Weekly Crop Watch.


P T Hunnisett Agronomy, Snaefell, Firgrove Road, Whitehill, Hampshire, GU35 9DT
t. 01730 823854


Isle of Wight

SARAH SYMES

m. 07891 017232
e. sarah@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Sarah joined HAS in September 2012 as a graduate from Harper Adams with a BSc (Hons) in Agriculture and Crop Management and has since become BASIS and FACTS qualified as well as partaking in the Soil and Water course as part of the BASIS diploma. She has worked in field trials before joining the company and is a regular contributor to the “Arable Farming” magazine and advises on farms in Hampshire and Surrey.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850


Isle of Wight

JOSS WOOD

m. 07836 524731
e. josswood@outlook.com


Joss graduated from Seale Hayne Agricultural College in 1972, and has since worked over 30 years as a self-employed Independent Agronomist. He is BASIS, FACTS, and ICM qualified, advising on all aspects of growing cereals, pulses, OSR, linseed, maize and grassland. This includes rotational, varietal and nutrient planning, and agrochemical advice, using a dedicated computer programme. Seed, agrochemicals and Fertiliser is purchased through The Crop Advisors buying group, enabling optimal purchasing for his clients.

Joss is a Council Member of The Association of Independent Crop Advisors, whose aim is to lend support to Independent Advisors, organising Regional Technical Meetings, comprehensive nationwide Independent Trials and professional Independent Representation throughout the industry


Joss Wood Arable Advisor, 18 Manor Farm Close, Pimperne, Blandford, Dorset, DT11 8XL
t. 01258 721231

Isle of Wight

TOD HUNNISETT

m. 07974 436141
e. tod.chichester.crop@farmline.com


Tod has his own client base, but also works with CCC and has a very down-to-earth approach to agronomy. In addition to his expertise in combinable crops, Tod also advises on a significant area of potatoes, is a fully approved BASIS trainer and regularly contributes to the Farmers Weekly Crop Watch.


P T Hunnisett Agronomy, Snaefell, Firgrove Road, Whitehill, Hampshire, GU35 9DT
t. 01730 823854

Isle of Wight

SARAH SYMES

m. 07891 017232
e. sarah@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Sarah joined HAS in September 2012 as a graduate from Harper Adams with a BSc (Hons) in Agriculture and Crop Management and has since become BASIS and FACTS qualified as well as partaking in the Soil and Water course as part of the BASIS diploma. She has worked in field trials before joining the company and is a regular contributor to the “Arable Farming” magazine and advises on farms in Hampshire and Surrey.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Isle of Wight

JOSS WOOD

m. 07836 524731
e. josswood@outlook.com


Joss graduated from Seale Hayne Agricultural College in 1972, and has since worked over 30 years as a self-employed Independent Agronomist. He is BASIS, FACTS, and ICM qualified, advising on all aspects of growing cereals, pulses, OSR, linseed, maize and grassland. This includes rotational, varietal and nutrient planning, and agrochemical advice, using a dedicated computer programme. Seed, agrochemicals and Fertiliser is purchased through The Crop Advisors buying group, enabling optimal purchasing for his clients.

Joss is a Council Member of The Association of Independent Crop Advisors, whose aim is to lend support to Independent Advisors, organising Regional Technical Meetings, comprehensive nationwide Independent Trials and professional Independent Representation throughout the industry


Joss Wood Arable Advisor, 18 Manor Farm Close, Pimperne, Blandford, Dorset, DT11 8XL
t. 01258 721231

Kent

RICHARD CARTWRIGHT

m. 07836 632021
e. richard.c@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


Richard is an experienced agronomist with clients across the South of England. One of the founders of CCC in 1985, Richard began his career with ADAS and is now one of the most widely recognised and respected arable advisors in the region.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862


Kent

TOD HUNNISETT

m. 07974 436141
e. tod.chichester.crop@farmline.com


Tod has his own client base, but also works with CCC and has a very down-to-earth approach to agronomy. In addition to his expertise in combinable crops, Tod also advises on a significant area of potatoes, is a fully approved BASIS trainer and regularly contributes to the Farmers Weekly Crop Watch.


P T Hunnisett Agronomy, Snaefell, Firgrove Road, Whitehill, Hampshire, GU35 9DT
t. 01730 823854


Kent

JONATHAN JAMES

m. 07539 872848
e. jonathan.j@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


Jonathan attended the University of Reading where he gained a First Class degree in Agriculture. He is undertaking trials on Phoma in oilseed rape at our West Wittering trials site, and will work alongside Richard Cartwright while he furthers his experience. Jonathan has travelled extensively to Australia and New Zealand and has considerable experience working on farms.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862


Kent

JAMES RIMMER

m. 07974 777319
e. james.r@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


James is an independent consultant representing the well-established agronomy business CCC Ltd. He previously managed a 1270 hectare arable business therefore offering both practical experience and agronomic advice across a wide range of crops and soil types to his clients. He has an extensive knowledge of modern day precision farming techniques and software ensuring that they are suited to individual businesses, optimizing output and efficiencies wherever possible. James is predominantly based in Kent.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862

Kent

RICHARD CARTWRIGHT

m. 07836 632021
e. richard.c@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


Richard is an experienced agronomist with clients across the South of England. One of the founders of CCC in 1985, Richard began his career with ADAS and is now one of the most widely recognised and respected arable advisors in the region.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862

Kent

TOD HUNNISETT

m. 07974 436141
e. tod.chichester.crop@farmline.com


Tod has his own client base, but also works with CCC and has a very down-to-earth approach to agronomy. In addition to his expertise in combinable crops, Tod also advises on a significant area of potatoes, is a fully approved BASIS trainer and regularly contributes to the Farmers Weekly Crop Watch.


P T Hunnisett Agronomy, Snaefell, Firgrove Road, Whitehill, Hampshire, GU35 9DT
t. 01730 823854

Kent

JONATHAN JAMES

m. 07539 872848
e. jonathan.j@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


Jonathan attended the University of Reading where he gained a First Class degree in Agriculture. He is undertaking trials on Phoma in oilseed rape at our West Wittering trials site, and will work alongside Richard Cartwright while he furthers his experience. Jonathan has travelled extensively to Australia and New Zealand and has considerable experience working on farms.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862

Kent

JAMES RIMMER

m. 07974 777319
e. james.r@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


James is an independent consultant representing the well-established agronomy business CCC Ltd. He previously managed a 1270 hectare arable business therefore offering both practical experience and agronomic advice across a wide range of crops and soil types to his clients. He has an extensive knowledge of modern day precision farming techniques and software ensuring that they are suited to individual businesses, optimizing output and efficiencies wherever possible. James is predominantly based in Kent.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862

Oxfordshire

SAM CLARKE

m. 07963 874482
e. sam@clarkefarming.co.uk
w. Clarke Farming Partnership


Sam graduated from Writtle Agricultural College in 2008 with a BSc in Agriculture. He then went to work for Velcourt as a trainee farm manager in the South of England on a 10,000 acre arable estate; this is where his passion for arable farming really took off. Sam worked for Velcourt for 5 years before leaving to become a crop consultant. In 2013 Sam joined the Association of Independent Crop Consultants (AICC). Sam’s consultancy business is centred around a whole farm approach which encompasses not only agronomy but soil health, cultivation strategy, precision farming, input purchasing etc. All of Sam’s recommendations are made via Gatekeeper software and a full legislative service is given to clients helping them with NVZ and NMax regulations, BPS applications, LERAPs, IPM etc.

Sam specialises in precision farming, soil health and whole farm approach consultancy.


Clarke Farming Partnership Ltd, Midwinter Cottage, Steeple Aston, Bicester, OX25 4RS


Oxfordshire

STEVE COOK

m. 07836 229885
e. steve@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Steve has been with Hampshire Arable Systems for over twenty five years, delivering all aspects of agronomy advice encompassing variety selection, fertiliser planning, crop protection recommendations and cross compliance.  He graduated from Nottingham University with a Crop Science degree and followed that with a Post Graduate Diploma in Crop Protection from Harper Adams.   He advises on over forty farms in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Surrey and Sussex.  


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Oxfordshire

SAM CLARKE

m. 07963 874482
e. sam@clarkefarming.co.uk
w. Clarke Farming Partnership


Sam graduated from Writtle Agricultural College in 2008 with a BSc in Agriculture. He then went to work for Velcourt as a trainee farm manager in the South of England on a 10,000 acre arable estate; this is where his passion for arable farming really took off. Sam worked for Velcourt for 5 years before leaving to become a crop consultant. In 2013 Sam joined the Association of Independent Crop Consultants (AICC). Sam’s consultancy business is centred around a whole farm approach which encompasses not only agronomy but soil health, cultivation strategy, precision farming, input purchasing etc. All of Sam’s recommendations are made via Gatekeeper software and a full legislative service is given to clients helping them with NVZ and NMax regulations, BPS applications, LERAPs, IPM etc.

Sam specialises in precision farming, soil health and whole farm approach consultancy.


Clarke Farming Partnership Ltd, Midwinter Cottage, Steeple Aston, Bicester, OX25 4RS

Oxfordshire

STEVE COOK

m. 07836 229885
e. steve@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Steve has been with Hampshire Arable Systems for over twenty five years, delivering all aspects of agronomy advice encompassing variety selection, fertiliser planning, crop protection recommendations and cross compliance.  He graduated from Nottingham University with a Crop Science degree and followed that with a Post Graduate Diploma in Crop Protection from Harper Adams.   He advises on over forty farms in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Surrey and Sussex.  


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Somerset & Avon

JOHN CLARK

m. 07702 259729
e. agronomy.one@farming.co.uk


John graduated from Nottingham University, Sutton Bonnington campus, in 1976. His agronomy knowledge dates back to wide ranging experience on progressive arable farms in East Anglia as well as a short spell working for ADAS Cambridge and 4 years with the trade.  Agronomy One was set up in 1981, becoming the first independent agronomy business in Wiltshire and Somerset.  He offers a comprehensive agronomy service for arable/fodder crops and grassland with particular emphasis on practical field advice and technical information.  Cultural control and spray technology are at the forefront of the service offered by Agronomy One. Clients have the opportunity to participate in comparative Gross Margin analysis and benchmarking with annual meetings and conferences.  John is at the forefront of agronomic developments;  he has BASIS, ICM,  NRoSO & FACTS qualifications and works in close collaboration with Wessex Agronomy. 


Agronomy One, Downlands, Northbrook, Market Lavington, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 4AN
t. 01380 813233


Somerset & Avon

STEPHEN HARRISON

m. 07831 119661
e. stephen@southwestagronomy.com


Since graduating in 1979 with an honours degree in Agriculture with a specialisation in Agricultural Botany from the University College of North Wales, Bangor, Steve has worked in a variety of areas in the agricultural advisory field.  Initial experience was in Eastern Scotland working largely with seed potatoes followed by 10 years with ADAS in Yorkshire and Lancashire before moving to the South West in 1989 where he established his current business, South West Agronomy.

Steve has a wide ranging experience of combinable crop agronomy.  In the livestock area specialist advice is given on grassland, maize and fodder beet.  Steve is a fully qualified member of AICC, BASIS and FACTS including NMP and ICM.

Over the last 25 years Steve has developed an expertise in the particular agronomic problems of South West England, especially wet weather cereal disease control, and this is reflected in the locally appropriate nature of advice given.


South West Agronomy, 4 Norton Grange, Norton St Philip, Bath, BA3 6PT
t. 01373 834070

Somerset & Avon

JOHN CLARK

m. 07702 259729
e. agronomy.one@farming.co.uk


John graduated from Nottingham University, Sutton Bonnington campus, in 1976. His agronomy knowledge dates back to wide ranging experience on progressive arable farms in East Anglia as well as a short spell working for ADAS Cambridge and 4 years with the trade.  Agronomy One was set up in 1981, becoming the first independent agronomy business in Wiltshire and Somerset.  He offers a comprehensive agronomy service for arable/fodder crops and grassland with particular emphasis on practical field advice and technical information.  Cultural control and spray technology are at the forefront of the service offered by Agronomy One. Clients have the opportunity to participate in comparative Gross Margin analysis and benchmarking with annual meetings and conferences.  John is at the forefront of agronomic developments;  he has BASIS, ICM,  NRoSO & FACTS qualifications and works in close collaboration with Wessex Agronomy. 


Agronomy One, Downlands, Northbrook, Market Lavington, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 4AN
t. 01380 813233

Somerset & Avon

STEPHEN HARRISON

m. 07831 119661
e. stephen@southwestagronomy.com


Since graduating in 1979 with an honours degree in Agriculture with a specialisation in Agricultural Botany from the University College of North Wales, Bangor, Steve has worked in a variety of areas in the agricultural advisory field.  Initial experience was in Eastern Scotland working largely with seed potatoes followed by 10 years with ADAS in Yorkshire and Lancashire before moving to the South West in 1989 where he established his current business, South West Agronomy.

Steve has a wide ranging experience of combinable crop agronomy.  In the livestock area specialist advice is given on grassland, maize and fodder beet.  Steve is a fully qualified member of AICC, BASIS and FACTS including NMP and ICM.

Over the last 25 years Steve has developed an expertise in the particular agronomic problems of South West England, especially wet weather cereal disease control, and this is reflected in the locally appropriate nature of advice given.


South West Agronomy, 4 Norton Grange, Norton St Philip, Bath, BA3 6PT
t. 01373 834070

Surrey

STEVE COOK

m. 07836 229885
e. steve@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Steve has been with Hampshire Arable Systems for over twenty five years, delivering all aspects of agronomy advice encompassing variety selection, fertiliser planning, crop protection recommendations and cross compliance.  He graduated from Nottingham University with a Crop Science degree and followed that with a Post Graduate Diploma in Crop Protection from Harper Adams.   He advises on over forty farms in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Surrey and Sussex.  


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850


Surrey

GRACE DAVISON

e. grace@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Grace graduated in 2008 from Aberystwyth University with a BSc (Hons) in Countryside Conservation and has since become FACTS and BASIS qualified. As part of her BASIS diploma she has also completed the Soil and Water course and achieved a Post Graduate Award in Crop Production from Rothamsted. Grace spent 2 years working as a distributor agronomist for Frontier before joining Hampshire Arable Systems in 2012 and now advises on farms in Sussex and Surrey.  


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850


Surrey

STEWART SINCLAIR

m. 07733 324371
e. stewart@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Stewart joined Hampshire Arable Systems in 2005, after spending 3 years as a distributor agronomist with Hutchinsons, and currently provides all aspects of agronomic advice to over 40 clients in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset and Surrey, covering over 20,000 acres. He graduated from Harper Adams in 2002, with a Degree in Crop Protection, and has recently achieved the BASIS Diploma in Agronomy. He has also been a member of the AICC since 2005.

As well as providing an agronomy service,  Stewart has been involved in delivering advice through the Catchment Sensitive Farming Initiative, which involves Soil and Nutrient Management Plans, and Slurry Infrastructure guidance. Each year he provides NRoSO training to over 150 spray operators and has recently taken on the role of AICC Regional Coordinator for the South.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850


Surrey

SARAH SYMES

m. 07891 017232
e. sarah@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Sarah joined HAS in September 2012 as a graduate from Harper Adams with a BSc (Hons) in Agriculture and Crop Management and has since become BASIS and FACTS qualified as well as partaking in the Soil and Water course as part of the BASIS diploma. She has worked in field trials before joining the company and is a regular contributor to the “Arable Farming” magazine and advises on farms in Hampshire and Surrey.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Surrey

STEVE COOK

m. 07836 229885
e. steve@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Steve has been with Hampshire Arable Systems for over twenty five years, delivering all aspects of agronomy advice encompassing variety selection, fertiliser planning, crop protection recommendations and cross compliance.  He graduated from Nottingham University with a Crop Science degree and followed that with a Post Graduate Diploma in Crop Protection from Harper Adams.   He advises on over forty farms in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Surrey and Sussex.  


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Surrey

GRACE DAVISON

e. grace@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Grace graduated in 2008 from Aberystwyth University with a BSc (Hons) in Countryside Conservation and has since become FACTS and BASIS qualified. As part of her BASIS diploma she has also completed the Soil and Water course and achieved a Post Graduate Award in Crop Production from Rothamsted. Grace spent 2 years working as a distributor agronomist for Frontier before joining Hampshire Arable Systems in 2012 and now advises on farms in Sussex and Surrey.  


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Surrey

STEWART SINCLAIR

m. 07733 324371
e. stewart@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Stewart joined Hampshire Arable Systems in 2005, after spending 3 years as a distributor agronomist with Hutchinsons, and currently provides all aspects of agronomic advice to over 40 clients in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset and Surrey, covering over 20,000 acres. He graduated from Harper Adams in 2002, with a Degree in Crop Protection, and has recently achieved the BASIS Diploma in Agronomy. He has also been a member of the AICC since 2005.

As well as providing an agronomy service,  Stewart has been involved in delivering advice through the Catchment Sensitive Farming Initiative, which involves Soil and Nutrient Management Plans, and Slurry Infrastructure guidance. Each year he provides NRoSO training to over 150 spray operators and has recently taken on the role of AICC Regional Coordinator for the South.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Surrey

SARAH SYMES

m. 07891 017232
e. sarah@cropadvisors.com
w. Hampshire Arable Systems


Sarah joined HAS in September 2012 as a graduate from Harper Adams with a BSc (Hons) in Agriculture and Crop Management and has since become BASIS and FACTS qualified as well as partaking in the Soil and Water course as part of the BASIS diploma. She has worked in field trials before joining the company and is a regular contributor to the “Arable Farming” magazine and advises on farms in Hampshire and Surrey.


Hampshire Arable Systems, Unit 6, Mansfield Business Park, Lymington Bottom Road, Medstead, Alton, GU34 5PZ
t. 01420 560850

Sussex

RICHARD CARTWRIGHT

m. 07836 632021
e. richard.c@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


Richard is an experienced agronomist with clients across the South of England. One of the founders of CCC in 1985, Richard began his career with ADAS and is now one of the most widely recognised and respected arable advisors in the region.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862


Sussex

PETER COWLRICK

m. 07768 335045
e. peter.c@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


Peter has worked for CCC for over 20 years and has extensive experience advising on a wide range of crops. He also coordinates the Association of Independent Crop Consultants Southern regional trials program, giving him an unparalleled knowledge of varieties and crop protection programs.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862


Sussex

TOD HUNNISETT

m. 07974 436141
e. tod.chichester.crop@farmline.com


Tod has his own client base, but also works with CCC and has a very down-to-earth approach to agronomy. In addition to his expertise in combinable crops, Tod also advises on a significant area of potatoes, is a fully approved BASIS trainer and regularly contributes to the Farmers Weekly Crop Watch.


P T Hunnisett Agronomy, Snaefell, Firgrove Road, Whitehill, Hampshire, GU35 9DT
t. 01243 537862


Sussex

JONATHAN JAMES

m. 07539 872848
e. jonathan.j@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronmomy


Jonathan attended the University of Reading where he gained a First Class degree in Agriculture. He is undertaking trials on Phoma in oilseed rape at our West Wittering trials site, and will work alongside Richard Cartwright while he furthers his experience. Jonathan has travelled extensively to Australia and New Zealand and has considerable experience working on farms.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862


Sussex

JAMES RIMMER

m. 07974 777319
e. james.r@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


James is an independent consultant representing the well-established agronomy business CCC Ltd. He previously managed a 1270 hectare arable business therefore offering both practical experience and agronomic advice across a wide range of crops and soil types to his clients. He has an extensive knowledge of modern day precision farming techniques and software ensuring that they are suited to individual businesses, optimizing output and efficiencies wherever possible. James is predominantly based in Kent.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862

Sussex

RICHARD CARTWRIGHT

m. 07836 632021
e. richard.c@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


Richard is an experienced agronomist with clients across the South of England. One of the founders of CCC in 1985, Richard began his career with ADAS and is now one of the most widely recognised and respected arable advisors in the region.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862

Sussex

PETER COWLRICK

m. 07768 335045
e. peter.c@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


Peter has worked for CCC for over 20 years and has extensive experience advising on a wide range of crops. He also coordinates the Association of Independent Crop Consultants Southern regional trials program, giving him an unparalleled knowledge of varieties and crop protection programs.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862

Sussex

TOD HUNNISETT

m. 07974 436141
e. tod.chichester.crop@farmline.com


Tod has his own client base, but also works with CCC and has a very down-to-earth approach to agronomy. In addition to his expertise in combinable crops, Tod also advises on a significant area of potatoes, is a fully approved BASIS trainer and regularly contributes to the Farmers Weekly Crop Watch.


P T Hunnisett Agronomy, Snaefell, Firgrove Road, Whitehill, Hampshire, GU35 9DT
t. 01243 537862

Sussex

JONATHAN JAMES

m. 07539 872848
e. jonathan.j@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronmomy


Jonathan attended the University of Reading where he gained a First Class degree in Agriculture. He is undertaking trials on Phoma in oilseed rape at our West Wittering trials site, and will work alongside Richard Cartwright while he furthers his experience. Jonathan has travelled extensively to Australia and New Zealand and has considerable experience working on farms.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862

Sussex

JAMES RIMMER

m. 07974 777319
e. james.r@cccagronomy.com
w. CCC Agronomy


James is an independent consultant representing the well-established agronomy business CCC Ltd. He previously managed a 1270 hectare arable business therefore offering both practical experience and agronomic advice across a wide range of crops and soil types to his clients. He has an extensive knowledge of modern day precision farming techniques and software ensuring that they are suited to individual businesses, optimizing output and efficiencies wherever possible. James is predominantly based in Kent.


CCC Agronomy, Manor Farm Barns, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7PL
t. 01243 537862

Wiltshire

JOHN CLARK

m. 07702 259729
e. agronomy.one@farming.co.uk


John graduated from Nottingham University, Sutton Bonnington campus, in 1976. His agronomy knowledge dates back to wide ranging experience on progressive arable farms in East Anglia as well as a short spell working for ADAS Cambridge and 4 years with the trade.  Agronomy One was set up in 1981, becoming the first independent agronomy business in Wiltshire and Somerset.  He offers a comprehensive agronomy service for arable/fodder crops and grassland with particular emphasis on practical field advice and technical information.  Cultural control and spray technology are at the forefront of the service offered by Agronomy One. Clients have the opportunity to participate in comparative Gross Margin analysis and benchmarking with annual meetings and conferences.  John is at the forefront of agronomic developments;  he has BASIS, ICM,  NRoSO & FACTS qualifications and works in close collaboration with Wessex Agronomy. 


Agronomy One, Downlands, Northbrook, Market Lavington, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 4AN
t. 01380 813233


Wiltshire

DAN DINES

m. 07970 878874
e. dan@wessexagronomy.co.uk


Dan graduated from Seale-Hayne Agricultural College in 1998 with a BSc in Agriculture.  Upon leaving college he spent five years working for ADAS as an Arable Consultant.  In 2003 Wessex Agronomy Services Ltd was set-up.  The business has gone from strength to strength and works with farmers throughout Wiltshire and Dorset.

 

Professional qualifications include BASIS, FACTS, NMP and Soil & Water.


Wessex Agronomy, The Retreat, 6 Chapel Lane, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire, SN9 6DY
t. 01980 630430

Wiltshire

JOHN CLARK

m. 07702 259729
e. agronomy.one@farming.co.uk


John graduated from Nottingham University, Sutton Bonnington campus, in 1976. His agronomy knowledge dates back to wide ranging experience on progressive arable farms in East Anglia as well as a short spell working for ADAS Cambridge and 4 years with the trade.  Agronomy One was set up in 1981, becoming the first independent agronomy business in Wiltshire and Somerset.  He offers a comprehensive agronomy service for arable/fodder crops and grassland with particular emphasis on practical field advice and technical information.  Cultural control and spray technology are at the forefront of the service offered by Agronomy One. Clients have the opportunity to participate in comparative Gross Margin analysis and benchmarking with annual meetings and conferences.  John is at the forefront of agronomic developments;  he has BASIS, ICM,  NRoSO & FACTS qualifications and works in close collaboration with Wessex Agronomy. 


Agronomy One, Downlands, Northbrook, Market Lavington, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 4AN
t. 01380 813233

Wiltshire

DAN DINES

m. 07970 878874
e. dan@wessexagronomy.co.uk


Dan graduated from Seale-Hayne Agricultural College in 1998 with a BSc in Agriculture.  Upon leaving college he spent five years working for ADAS as an Arable Consultant.  In 2003 Wessex Agronomy Services Ltd was set-up.  The business has gone from strength to strength and works with farmers throughout Wiltshire and Dorset.

 

Professional qualifications include BASIS, FACTS, NMP and Soil & Water.


Wessex Agronomy, The Retreat, 6 Chapel Lane, Upavon, Pewsey, Wiltshire, SN9 6DY
t. 01980 630430





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