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Cereals in Practice 2017 Attendee registration

Attendance at Cereals in Practice 2017 is free but attendees are requested to fill in the form below to ensure a speedy arrival and to ensure enough catering has been ordered. Fields marked * are mandatory. This information will only be used to process any registration. We will not pass on your details to any third parties.

Personal details

Mr, Miss, Dr etc

Please enter your first name.

Please enter your surname.

Please enter your company/organisation name. If you are attending in a personal capacity please enter personal.

Please enter your job title.

Please enter your email address.

Please enter your phone number.

If you'd rather be contacted by mobile phone please enter your number here.

Your business

Please select all boxes that are relevant.

Please enter your sector.

If you are a farmer what area and type of cereals do you grow?

Please use the following fields to record the areas you manage.

Please record the area of Cereals grown - please use numbers only in this field, unit is assumed to be Hectares.

Please indicate whether you are involved in international trade.

Further information

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Note: If you wish to remove yourself from our mailing list, or to check the information we hold about you, please email: or telephone: 0344 928 5428 or write to us at: Events, The James Hutton Institute, Invergowrie, Dundee DD2 5DA with your full name and address, the nature of your communication and the type of mail you have been receiving.

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The James Hutton Research Institute is the result of the merger in April 2011 of MLURI and SCRI. This merger formed a new powerhouse for research into food, land use, and climate change.