We have a new member of the Bionature team – Bethany Sharpe is our new field sales representative.
She’ll soon be travelling the country to help growers make the most of their crops using her extensive knowledge of crop nutrition.
Beth joins the team after having previously worked as a technical sales manager at agrochemicals distributor, Agrigem and before that, she was laboratory manager at agricultural merchanting business, John Vergette Ltd.
Beth holds a crop inspector’s licence specialising in cereals which means she can assess the quality of wheat, barley and oilseed rape crops to identify the plants’ nutritional needs.
“I can’t wait to hit the road and help growers get the best out of the soil”
This expertise will serve her very well in her new role where she’ll be working with a wide range of growers to help them get the best results for their crops.
Agriculture is in Beth’s blood and she’s been involved with farming throughout her life. She grew up on a fruit and veg farm in Lincolnshire and she studied at Riseholme College which specialises in agriculture, equine and animal management training.
Beth says she’s excited to join the Bionature team:
“I’ve always had an interest in crop nutrition and I’m fascinated by what you can achieve by paying attention to a plant’s nutritional needs. Bionature is a really exciting up and coming company that’s helping farmers achieve some amazing results. I can’t wait to hit the road and help growers improve their yields with the help Bionature’s range of smart liquid fertilisers.”
If you’d like to find out how Bionature can help you, get in touch with Beth and the team by visiting our contact page.
We’ll be following Beth’s progress in the coming months, so visit our news pages for more stories in future.