SynTech Research acquires Suffolk & Cambridge Crop Station

SynTech’s Old Hall office, equipment and field trials area - See more at:
SynTech’s Old Hall office, equipment and field trials area - See more at:
SynTech Research has acquired Suffolk & Cambridge Crop Station (SACCS), moving its field operations to Field Station at Old Hall Farm, Pakenham, Suffolk.

SynTech Research assists over 200 company clients in evaluating new and existing compounds and providing Good Experimental Practice (GEP) and Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) compliant regulatory and bio-efficacy studies for compound registration and re-registration. The company has locations in 29 countries. 

“This will significantly enhance our U.K. operation, alongside our existing, largely continental European GEP and GLP field trials capability,” Jerry Calloway, SynTech’s U.K. manager, said. “SynTech U.K. will focus on seed treatment, disease control and bio-stimulant efficacy trials and GLP residue studies, using the sites’ laboratory and glasshouse facilities”.

The previous owner of SACCS, Nicholas Burton, will support development of the Old Hall Farm site with the goal of being fully operational for the 2015 autumn program. Trials on small plot herbicide screens and irrigated cereal foliar disease trials have been started.

Suffolk & Cambridge Crop Station develops viable and sustainable arable farming systems by conducting an extensive trials program with research and commercial partners. The company also conducts its own experimental work.

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