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Crop Clinic News
16 June: Careful stewardship of SDHIs is vital given recent news on how tricky some of the new mutant septoria strains could be to control if they become widespread.
The farming sector needs to encourage more female participation in the industry and promote the significant role of women already working in agriculture.
The award of an MBE in the Queens Birthday Honours list to Tom Karas, lecturer at SRUC's Barony Campus, has been warmly welcomed by students and colleagues across the organisation.
The new team to lead the award winning Scotland’s Rural College Students Association (SRUCSA) through 2016/17 has just been elected and take up their posts in July.
A First World War inspired allotment project run by the Oatridge Campus of Scotland’s Rural College will be going on display at this year’s Royal Highland Show.