Results of HDC soft fruit projects set to be revealed to growers

Growers can find the latest results from the Horticultural Development Company's (HDC) soft fruit projects at this year's soft fruit day, being held jointly by the HDC and East Malling Research (EMR).

The event is taking place on 24 November at East Malling in Kent. It will feature the revealing of the results of some key projects on western flower thrips, capsids, raspberry cane midge, blackberry pests, strawberry crown rot, strawberry powdery mildew, mucor and rhizopus rots in soft fruit, bag irrigation/nutrition, new strawberry varieties and biofumigant crops.

- For further information or to reserve a place, call Ursula Twomey (EMR) on 01732 843833 or Kirsty Nichols (HDC) on 02476 478677.


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