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A study to help farmers protect their barley against Ramularia Leaf Spot is among four SRUC projects to benefit from a total of almost £100k in new grants from the Mains of Loirston Charitable Trust.
Scotland’s Rural College will have a strong presence at The Oxford Farming Conference (OFC) debate at this year’s Royal Highland Show.
Dr Jet Mars of the Dutch Animal Health Service, Deventer will be giving a presentation entitled Monitoring Cattle Health for Farmers, Industry and Government, the perspective from the Netherlands.
A new initiative to help drive, celebrate and promote locally sourced and produced food and drink has been created, with a total of £250,000 available for applicants.
A state-of-the-art food sensory lab that could see UK consumers playing an important role in livestock genetics is making its debut at this year’s Royal Highland Show (21-24 June).
Date: 21st June 2018 - 24th June 2018
Celebrating its 178th year, The Royal Highland Show is one of Scotland's most iconic events, shining a spotlight on the very best of farming food and rural life.
Date: 9th July 2018
A one-week course offered by Scotland’s Rural College to explore the tools essential for scientists in the area of plant breeding and plant genetic research.