This page helps connect Advisors across the industry. Form a group and get listed on this page.
To provide agronomy advice to recommend agrochemicals, advisors must hold the BASIS Certificate in Crop Protection and IPM for the relevant area and be a member of the BASIS Professional Register.
To provide nutrition advice (including fertilisers and organic amendments), advisors must be FACTS trained and qualified.
Almost half of the UK arable area receives independent agronomy advice from AICC - the Association of Independent Crop Consultants.
Advisors from manufacturer and distributor companies are represented by AIC - the Agriculture Industries Confederation.
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Environmental advice is available from a number of providers across the UK, for example Natural England, LEAF and FWAG.
BASIS have developed an Environmental Advisers Register for advisers across the UK, which includes a qualification to entry and a requirement for ongoing professional development - more information here: https://basis-reg.co.uk/scheme-environmental-advisers. Farmers and land managers can also search for advisers through the Directory of Members.
Farm Business Advice
Animal health & nutrition
The Register of Sheep Advisers (RoSA) is a network of professional advisers working within the sheep sector. Register to become a member or to find a member via the website here: https://sheepadvisers.co.uk/.
Farm Resilience Fund
Defra is currently fund a range of organisations to offer advice to farmers on the support available post-brexit.
Rural Land Management
Land Management 2.0 hosts a network of professionals and advisors in rural land sector.
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