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Crop Clinic News
21 April: The sun is out but temperatures are still on the low side so crops are not really taking off with spring growth just yet.
We will look at practical soil management and sustainable weed control.
The Board of Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) is pleased to confirm that it is to appoint Professor Wayne Powell as its new Principal and Chief Executive, with effect from 1 July 2016.
Heather Kerr (21) from Maybole in Ayrshire, studying at SRUC's Ayr campus, won a Silver award and a £1,000 cheque for her innovative idea for a green burial site in the Carrick Hills.
SRUCSA, the Scotland’s Rural College Students’ Association, has won a National Union of Students’ award in recognition of the progress made in the three years since it was formed.
A group of ten Garden Design students at Scotland’s Rural College are getting a waggle on as they prepare their bee inspired “Hive Jive” Show Garden in a bid for gold at Gardening Scotland.