CCC Agronomy

Truly independent agronomy services providing industry leading and environmentally sustainable advice to our farmers for over 35 years

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Dorset, Sussex, Hampshire, Kent

Independent Agronomy Services

CCC is an independent agronomy service that has been providing advice and information for farmers since 1985. All farmer clients of CCC are shareholders and a Board of Directors is responsible for running the company.

We provide totally independent agronomic advice with no commercial bias. This is backed up by our own trials and other independent resources. Our six agronomists are members of the Association of Independent Crop Consultants and are BASIS, ICM and FACTS registered. We work in partnership with Crop Advisors, which purchases seeds, fertiliser and agrochemicals on behalf of over 500 farms across the South of England.

Why should Independent
Agronomy matter to you?

Buying crop inputs through a buying group will undoubtedly save you money but having an agronomist who is able to say what they see without fear or favour is where the real benefit of truly independent agronomy is found.

Science Led Research

It is vital to have current and accurate trials data to help guide agronomic decisions and as part of the Association of Independent Crop Consultants (AICC), CCC has access to an extensive number of trials year on year, some of which are held at our members’ farms.

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Since its inception in 1985, CCC now has an established client base from Kent to Wiltshire covering over 80,000 acres and is associated with some of the leading farm businesses in the South of England.

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Soil Nitrogen Newsletter 2023

Soil Nitrogen Newsletter 2023

After the last 12 months of market volatility the topic of nitrogen is still as hot as ever. Rocketing gas prices saw ammonium nitrate peak over £1000/t, with the wheat market reaching record highs...

Autumn Aphid Monitoring

Autumn Aphid Monitoring

With cereal drilling well underway, recent rain and warm soil temperatures emergence of the new crop will not take long. Thoughts turn to aphid monitoring and minimising potential for BYDV infection....

Profiting from Variable Seed rates

Profiting from Variable Seed rates

Variable seed rates have steadily increased in popularity, but how do you make sure that it delivers results, and is money and time well spent? Although most modern drills have variable rate...

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