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    Horticulture

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OMEX Horticulture operates across a number of crops, including soft fruit, top fruit, protected edibles and protected ornamentals.

The team is made up of technical experts located throughout the UK, giving growers topical crop nutrition advice, backed up by global research and development facilities.

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Final Foliar Feeds for UK Fruit Crops

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Benefits of using OMEX Horticulture

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Technical Advice
From a dedicated team of horticultural experts
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Research
Proven products backed by years of global research and development
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Crop Nutrition
A full range of crop nutrition products to boost plant health
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Analysis
OMEX offer SAP analysis, so the grower can make accurate decisions about product application
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Sustainable
Utilising accurate crop nutrition and improving plant health, helps on the path towards sustainability
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Plant Health
The OMEX team work with the grower to boost plant health, quality and yield
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Technical updates

We will be exhibiting at Growtech Eurasia
We will be exhibiting at Growtech Eurasia
November 17, 2022 8:05 am

OMEX Agrifluids is exhibiting at Growtech Eurasia at the Anfas Expo Centre in Antalya, Türkiye, from 23rd-26th November 2022. Growtech... Continue reading we will be exhibiting at growtech eurasia

OMEX Agriculture Appoints New Sales Manager For The South West
OMEX Agriculture Appoints New Sales Manager For The South West
November 10, 2022 11:59 am

OMEX Agriculture has appointed Neil Hayne as district sales manager for South Wales and the South West of England, including... Continue reading omex agriculture appoints new sales manager for the south west

Final Foliar Feeds for UK Fruit Crops
Final Foliar Feeds for UK Fruit Crops
October 24, 2022 1:15 pm

Soft Fruit Agronimist, Neil Holmes, discusses final foliar feeds for UK fruit crops in his latest technical update. Final foliar... Continue reading final foliar feeds for uk fruit crops