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SSCR Potato Winter Meeting 2015

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Industry event
3 April 2015, 1.30pm
at the James Hutton Institute, Dundee
for growers, industry and agronomists
Potatoes lying on soil

The Winter 2015 meeting of the Scottish Society for Crop Research (SSCR) Potato Sub-committee will be held at the James Hutton Institute in Dundee on 3 April 2015.

 

Programme

Full programme can be found by clicking the link below:

CPD  

BASIS and NRoSO points have been applied for. 

Attending

The meeting starts at 1.30pm in the New Seminar Room and registration begins at 1.00pm. Please note that this meeting is free for SSCR members but there is a £15 attendance fee for non-members. Tea and coffee will be available on arrival.

Please confirm your attendance to:

Pam Cassidy
Events Co-ordinator (Interim)
The James Hutton Institute
Dundee DD2 5DA
Tel: 01382 568 751
Email: events@hutton.ac.uk


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