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Crop Clinic News
18 February: The hard frosts are now diminishing although ground conditions are still difficult in many areas, so access to allow pesticide and fertiliser inputs is tricky. Soil cultivation for spring cropping is also hampered by the conditions.
The Principal of Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) this week attended a special investiture at Buckingham Palace to receive SRUC’s Queen’s Anniversary Prize from Prince Charles.
Leaving the single market and customs union poses potential risks to Scottish farming, an SRUC study has concluded.
An SRUC professor recently appeared on the famous One Show sofa to talk to a BBC audience of millions about the fascinating research at the Centre for Tropical Livestock Genetics & Health.
Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC), the AHDB and Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) are running two Brexit roadshows in Scotland in February and March.