Chemical Price Tracker

TFF

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Hammerwich
Welcome to the Chemical Price Tracker Thread on The Farming Forum.

When comparing "quote" prices, please note the date any answer was posted as prices changes rapidly in the market.

You can view transparent prices on Farm Marketplace here - https://www.marketplace.farm/inputs/pesticides/

We hope you find the thread useful to compare what you are paying. Remember most of the prices stated will be quote prices, so can not be compared to serviced prices that include your agronomy costs built into them.
 
Yep - very proud that the last lot of chemical I bought was back in July 2012. Nothing bought since and no sprayer anywhere near any field and thats will 90% of the land planted :)
 

Andy26

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Arable Farmer
Location
Northants
Out of interest is there anything to stop Farmers trading unwanted Ag-chems? Or do you need to be a BASIS licensed store to sell on products?
 

Col555

Member
Location
Cumbria
Anyone have this years pricesfor dursban, or Cyren? Need some this next week for leatherjackets, but don't want to get screwed on price!
 

Jon 3085

Member
Location
Worcester, UK
Agate 5 litre. £106
Phoenix 10 litre. £83
4 Yleld extra 10 litre. £64.10
Adjust 5 litre. £50.29
Nutriphite PGA 10 litre. £142
Canopy 5 litre. £105.91
Kayak 5 litre. £97.50
Manganese Aloy 5litre. £47.17
 

Andy26

Moderator
Arable Farmer
Location
Northants
Agate 5 litre. £106
Phoenix 10 litre. £83
4 Yleld extra 10 litre. £64.10
Adjust 5 litre. £50.29
Nutriphite PGA 10 litre. £142
Canopy 5 litre. £105.91
Kayak 5 litre. £97.50
Manganese Aloy 5litre. £47.17
Last year I paid £70 5 litres of Canopy. Not had any this year for a price comparison.
 

franklin

New Member
Last year I paid £57.75 for 5lt of Kayak.

No-one should believe the twaddle about these repackaged CCC mixes. Barleyquat, Selon etc.

Ask your supplier some serious questions.
 

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