Breeder group reaches 5,000 mark

The LinkedIn group for plant breeders has hit a membership landmark.

Graham Spencer
Graham Spencer

Plants for Europe owner Graham Spencer has approved the 5,000th member of the LinkedIn group for Plant Breeders and Agents.

The group, is one of the biggest groups worldwide for people involved in the new plant industry. It covers all types of plant breeding – ornamentals, food, fibre, fodder, biofuels and medicinal plants. It includes breeders, growers, agents, lawyers, technologists, administrators, legislators and many others with an interest in the industry.

The Plant Breeders and Agents Group is for people active in developing plants of all types (agricultural and ornamental), plus agents, lawyers and clients.

Members can network and share information on all aspects of breeding technology, new varieties and intellectual property rights.


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