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Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) has joined a network of universities across the world committed to sustainable, global development.
A carbon footprint tool, which aims to help farmers reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, has been updated to include a soil sequestration module.
Agriculture students at Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) were challenged to be the ‘best in grass’ in a competition sponsored by fertiliser company Yara.
Scottish research institutes are sharing educational activities and resources for teachers, parents and learners to use during the coronavirus pandemic.
A European sheep network is calling on farmers and others in the industry to share their challenges and needs in a bid to improve flock health, nutrition and management practices.
Date: 3rd June 2020
An opportunity for prospective students to visit the SRUC campus. Speak to staff and lecturers, take a look around facilities, and learn more about our courses.
Date: 4th June 2020
The Tuberzone project aims to help farmer groups deliver on-the-ground improvements in agricultural competitiveness, resource efficiency, environmental performance and sustainability.