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Arable Scotland 2020 - online event

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Industry event
2 July 2020, 10am - 4.30pm, Free
Online
for farmers, agronomists, industry, scientists and consumers
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Arable Scotland

2 July 2020

Online

Arable Scotland, the brand-new event for Scotland where the industry can view, share and explore the new innovations that will drive the markets and the future sustainability of Scottish arable production, is moving to an online format for its second edition in 2020. The event will feature alternative, virtual ways to make available the knowledge, new information, learning and advice arising from the demonstration plots and exhibits, and to engage everyone in useful discussion, including our "Arable Conversations" sessions.

The event is organised and hosted by the James Hutton Institute in partnership with Scotland's Rural College and AHDB.

The event is supported by the Farm Advisory Service, SEFARI and the Scottish Farmer and sponsored by HL Hutchinson Ltd and the Scottish Society for Crop Research.

We have created a specific event website where you will find the list of exhibitors, event programme and how to register your attendance. Please click the link below:

Arable Scotland event website

Contact

If you have any queries, please contact events@hutton.ac.uk.


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