We have 3 modern mobile seed dressers covering Scotland, allowing convenient on farm treatment of home-saved seed. Equipped with state of the art batch applicators, they can treat your seed with a range of Single Purpose Dressing and Enhanced Dressing options, Trace Elements and Establishment Boosters, or they can simply clean up your grain.
All dressers carry stock of our new Trace Element product Manganese Plus® – a unique formula of Manganese, Copper and Zinc designed specifically to tackle deficiency in Scottish soils.
We will be pleased to test your farm saved seed before our dresser comes to do the job, just call your local Farm Trader or the main office to make arrangements.
Scotgrain Seed Dresser faq’s
How do I book a seed dresser?
Your local farm trader would be happy to advise on availability, we are normally able to provide service within a couple of days.
Is there a minimum quantity requirement?
Yes, approx 5tns would be the minimum order.
Where are the seed dressers located, and what areas do they cover?
Scotgrain operate seed dressers throughout Scotland, in Ross Shire, Aberdeenshire and Angus.
We’d be happy to help with any questions you have regarding the best options for your fertiliser needs or supply. Get in touch using the form below – or find your local farm trader here.
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