4th July Bracebridge Heath, Lincolnshire and 6th July Morley, Norfolk.

 The BBRO Summer Open Days 2017 will be held at the BBRO science sites in Morley, Norfolk and Bracebridge Heath, Lincolnshire.  They will give growers a unique opportunity to see our BBRO trials in progress and meet the scientists behind the plots.

What is to learn in Summer 2017?

Join beet growers, advisors and others at the key event for enhancing beet productivity and profitability.

  • examine the varieties on the Recommended List 2018 and hear about innovative new pellets aimed at enhancing your future yield.
  • hear special features on soil health and crop data collection and management.
  • visit demonstration plots on nitrogen rates, fungicide use and soil & root interactions.
  • meet the BBRO Team to discover more on research and new innovations for the sugar beet crop.
  • browse beet related trade stands.

Events run from 11:00 to 15:00. Refreshments available throughout the day.

Make sure to book on the BBRO events page

Last edited on: 27:06:2017

Share this story:

NFU members: Have your say

Want to share your views? You must be logged in to comment – please login here. Not a member? Join us here.

Back to NFU Sugar home page


NFU Sugar Helpline:
0370 066 1974

Follow us @NFUSugar

Find your nearest board member


UK sugar beet growers' frost insurance policy details for the 2018/19 campaign.

Sugar and sugar beet markets at your fingertips, including sugar market updates, the beet price bonus tracker and the monthly 'Flashmarket' from WABCG.

News and information about beet reception, includes reports and grading information, whole beet sampling and more.

Links to information for growers and organisations which play a key part in the British and global sugar industry.

Important information - factory details, glossary of terms, board roles and responsibilities and key dates.

nfu sugar board

Find out who's who on the NFU Sugar Board - read their biographies here.


sugar factories Bury St. Edmunds Wissington Cantley Newark

Click on the map above to find out where the British Sugar factories are.

© 2019 - NFU Online