For the past eleven years, CropTec has been showcasing technical knowledge, products, services and solutions to the UK’s most progressive growers and agronomists.

As the show enters its twelfth year, it has unveiled a new brand identity as well as made significant changes to its conference programme, aligning with evolving agricultural practices and industry trends.

As part of the refresh, this year the show will introduce three keynote theatres focusing on Innovation, Knowledge and Profit, to provide visitors with practical advice to futureproof their farms. The sessions will explore a range of topics including crop varieties, eco-friendly fertilisers, pesticide regulations, diversification, and the role of AI and robotics in arable farming.

Verity Hyland, CropTec Event Director says: “CropTec’s purpose is to help the farming community thrive. By bringing together companies, visitors and industry experts, CropTec shines a light on the arable industry’s key topics, concerns and opportunities. We can’t wait for our audience to experience the refreshed show.”

CropTec is hosted by Farmers Guardian and powered by Agriconnect, the UK’s largest agricultural information business, which serves the British farming community through its news platforms and events.

Nick Ornstien, Agriconnect Managing Director says: “At Agriconnect, we’ve been providing vital information to the farming community since 1844. With the farming industry facing both huge challenges and opportunities for growth, it’s important for us that CropTec continues to evolve and focus on the topics that matter most to the agricultural sector.”

CropTec is taking place 27-28 November 2024 at the NAEC Stoneleigh. Find out more at