Other Memberships


Ideal for growers and industry professionals seeking to join a professional network focused on delivering elite knowledge of variety choice in field vegetables.


  • NIAB TAG Potato Variety Guide
  • Vegetable variety trial results
  • Invitations to join visits to local, regional and national events
  • Landmark, our quarterly members’ journal featuring research news and comment
  • Priority access to NIAB TAGs field vegetable variety specialist
  • Access to the ‘’Vegetable’ area of the members-only website
  • Discounts on training courses and additional copies of publications
  • Network News - a monthly e-update on political, market and legislative updates with a bimonthly focus on pesticides
  • Guide to Nozzle Selection
  • BASIS points


Ideal for College and University professionals and students with research and advice on combinable crop varieties and agronomy to underpin teaching, student study and research, and to maintain library resources. Choose from:


  • Four Variety Guides (‘Cereals, Oilseeds, Pulses’ (Autumn and Spring editions), ‘Potatoes’ and ‘Forage Crops’)
  • Exclusive Variety Interactions Handbook with unique data and analysis on how varieties perform in different agronomic and environmental situations
  • Landmark – our quarterly members’ journal featuring research news and comment
  • Network News – a monthly e-update on political, market and legislative news and a bimonthly focus on pesticides
  • Harvest Newsletter – a monthly e-update on variety trials results
  • Variety and Seed Compendium – with comprehensive information on all EU registered varieties of major arable and livestock crops grown in the UK, variety interactions, end uses for grain, seed standards, crop seed certification areas and crop areas, and historic meteorological data
  • Discounts on training courses and additional copies of publications


  • The Agronomy Plus package
  • Access to the ‘Agronomy Plus’ area of the members-only website for one registered individual and all their students
  • Entry for one student team into the annual NIAB TAG Agronomy Cup competition, testing their agronomic skills for real and using trial plots at their nearest NIAB TAG regional centre


NIAB TAG's National Agronomy Centre (NAC) platform is supported by The Morley Agricultural Foundation. It is a well established programme of national and regional production focused research and demonstration. The initiative aims to promote best practice for profitable, sustainable and efficient arable crop production and so increasingly involves a wide range of our research collaborators and stakeholders. There are currently National Agronomy Centre activities at NIAB TAG Regional Centres in the east, south and north.

National Agronomy Centre funded research is available to the whole industry on an annual basis via regional open days and project reports but industry support for the platform is invited through subscription to a NEW National Agronomy Centre Supporter package which includes a membership discount for the European Society of Agronomy (ESA) and a free e-membership of the Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE).

More information about the NAC platform


Digests and updates on crop research

  • NIAB TAG Landmark provides technical updates and research reports from NIAB TAG and our research partners and stakeholders
  • The online members-only Knowledge Bank with a wealth of data and reports from the NIAB TAG National Agronomy Centre experimental programme and other charitably funded agronomic research as well as links to other crop research of interest
  • Online access to RASE publications and updates on topical scientific and rural issues including RASE's Annual Journal and technical papers from the Practice with Science Group

A forum to learn and network

  • An invitation to an annual Regional Open Day allows supporters to interact with leading practitioners, NIAB TAG and other industry experts
  • Access to ESA research, conferences and publications with a 50% discount on membership
  • Access to the RASE members online community
  • Discounts are available on NIAB TAG's National Agronomy Training Programme
  • Discounts on RASE Events including Grassland & Muck
  • Discounts on some non RASE events, venue hire and accommodation at Stoneleigh Park