Crop Production Magazine appoints Deputy Editor / Digital Development Manager


Kelsey Publishing is pleased to announce the appointment of Janine Adamson to the position of Deputy Editor & Digital Development Manager of Crop Production Magazine (CPM).

Lucy de la Pasture, Editor of CPM commented: “I’m really pleased to be welcoming Janine into the editorial team. She has that very rare combination of good technical knowledge together with the ability to be able to communicate exceptionally well across all media.

“As the industry adapts to the many challenges it faces, the scope of CPM has broadened to cover the many routes to a more sustainable future. The perspective Janine has gained during her time at CHAP and previously within the supply industry, will be invaluable in making sure we continue to deliver valuable insights to our readers.”

Speaking on her new appointment, Janine added: “Making crop science and technical information accessible is something that I’m extremely passionate about, both within our industry and beyond. I’m fully committed to sharing the positive narratives that the arable sector has to offer, helping to shift perspectives around British agriculture and sustainable food production. I believe CPM has a pivotal role to play, and I’m truly excited to be a part of that movement.”

Stephen Kendall, Managing Director said: “I am delighted to welcome Janine to the CPM team. Her enthusiasm and wealth of journalistic experience in the arable sector will be a great addition to our talented editorial team. Janine’s appointment also reflects the on-going focus we have developing the digital elements of the CPM brand.”

CPM remains the UK’s best-read arable technical journal, reaching around 9000 arable farmers and farm managers, in addition to c.1400 agronomists via its print and digital channels.

Janine will take up her position on the 1 March 2023.