Coastal AgroBusiness – Solutions for a Productive Future

We participate in the most noble industry in the world. To feed and clothe the world is a daunting yet rewarding challenge enabling a higher standard of living for all people. Coastal AgroBusiness accepts the challenge before us by employing comprehensive knowledge-based problem solving for customers while adhering to the strictest standards of industry and environmental stewardship. We have set ourselves apart as a premier agricultural solutions provider by adopting standards of business second to none. We adapt to changes in technology and information while proving to be a trusted and reliable supplier of vital products, ideas and solutions. This vision requires bold leadership as we continually strive to meet the challenge of an abundant and productive future.

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2016 Virginia Ag Expo

  • July 25th, 2016

The Virginia Ag Expo, set for Thursday, August 4, 2016, will be held at Double B Farms, owned and operated by Billy Bain, in Dinwiddie, Va. The event opens at 7:30 AM with field tours starting at 8:00 AM. Breakfast and lunch will be available from [...]

2016 Blacklands Farm Managers Tour

  • July 25th, 2016

The 2016 Blacklands Farm Managers Tour will take place Wednesday, August 3. Hosts of this year’s event are Dawson and Bethany Pugh of Middle Creek Farms in Hyde County, NC. Registration begins at 7:00 AM with plot tours beginning at 8:00 PM. Lunch is [...]

  • Keys to Successful Tobacco Sucker Control

Keys to Successful Tobacco Sucker Control

  • May 30th, 2016
In today’s flue-cured tobacco production environment, tobacco suckers must be controlled for as long as 10-12 weeks. To achieve the best tobacco yields and quality while keeping production costs down, you need an effective sucker control program. With over 50 years of experience in the sucker control business, Coastal has developed and refined our proven successful sucker control program. To see our 2016 Tobacco Sucker Control Program

Reduce Spray Drift

  • April 26th, 2016

Important considerations for reducing spray drift include proper nozzle selection; spray technique including spray pressure, angle and application speed; evaluation of environmental conditions such as wind direction and temperature inversions; buffer zones and susceptible crops. To maximize drift reduction potential, add DiRecT DRT to your drift reduction plan.

DiRecT DRT [...]

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, August 3, 2016
2016 Blackland Farm Managers Tour
Middle Creek Farms
396 White Plains Rd., Engelhard, NC 27824
7:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Thursday, August 4, 2016
2016 Virginia Ag Expo
Double B Farms
19509 Bain Rd., Dinwiddie, VA 23841
Event opens 7:30 AM
Field tours begin 8:00 AM

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