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Cereals in Practice 2013

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Industry event
2 July 2013, 4-8pm: Free
at Burnside Farm, Stanley PH1 4QB
for farmers, agronomists, industry and scientists
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Cereals in Practice, the annual showcase of variety trials and research organised by the James Hutton Institute, SRUC (Scotland's Rural College) and the Scottish Society for Crop Research will once again be held at Burnside Farm, Stanley in Perthshire.

This unique event brings variety trials and research together in one place and is aimed at farmers, agronomists, industry and scientists working with cereals.

Book now!

Book your place for Cereals in Practice online now. Attendance at this event is completely free and booking your tickets in advance will speed up your arrival.

2013 Field trials and demonstrations include:

  • Breeding Progress in Spring Barley
  • Varieties for 2013/2014
  • Fusarium head blight control
  • Cereal diseases and fungicide
  • Game cover demonstrations
  • Weed control - timings and herbicides
  • Alternative crops for Biomass


4pm: Welcome and Introductory talk - tea and coffee will be served.

4.15pm-7.30pm: Guided Tours of the plots - tour duration approximately 60-90 minutes.

6.30pm-8pm: A light menu will be served in the exhibitor area, free of charge.

7.30pm: SSCR Whisky prize draw.


The event is being held at Burnside Farm, Stanley, Perth and Kinross PH1 4QB and location details can be found here.

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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.