National Fruit Show 2009: List of exhibitors

List of exhibitors at the National Fruit Show, which takes place at Kent Showground, in Detling, Maidstone, on 21-22 October.

ACT Publishing (The Fruit Grower) P22
Arctic Store H*
Agrovista K9  
Bayer CropScience K27
Biddenden Vineyards P39
Bramley Campaign P21
Botden & Van Willegan P27
Briggs P50
BSG Tractors and Machinery P18
Certis UK K22
Channel Weighing K26
Chavereys K20
Chingford Fruit Ltd K23
Concordia P16
Covent Garden Market Authority P38
Cross Machinery P25
Custodian Trading P26
Dawson Rentals H*
Empire World Trade K7
English Apples & Pears P20
Environment Agency K15a
Fargro P19
Fieldwater K12
Frank P Matthews P17b
Fresh Produce Journal K14
Frumac P43
GJ Elgar Construction P31
Gripple K8
Hadlow College K5
Haynes P17
HDC K12a
Hops Labour Solutions P3
Horsepower UK P51
Hortech Solutions P15
Horticulture Week P2
Hutchinsons K15
ICA K18&19
JR Breach K11
K&S Services P7
Kent Farmline P37
Kent Fruit Services P52
Kentish Cobnuts Association P6
Kubota (UK) H*
Lamberhurst Engineering P24
Landseer K28
Laurence Gould Partnership P12
Laverstoke Park P9
Lycetts P14
Maff-France P43a
Marco K30
Masstock Arable K24
Maxicrop (UK) P8
New Leaf Irrigation P29
New Spitalfields Market P10
National Farmers Union K31
Norman Collett K4
NP Seymour P32
Plant Health K13a
Produce Packaging K15
Pro-Tech Marketing K3
PW Morys P40
Roger J Brown Horticultural Packaging P18
Royal British Legion Industries P38
Scorpion Engineering K21
Show Office P15a
South East Farmer K17
Tomato Growers P11
Van Nifterik P17c
Verbeek P17a
Vigo P30
Worldwide Fruit K16
Worshipful Company of Fruiterers P28
Yara UK K6
Yiannis Doors K29


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