Soft fruit winter meeting to cover raspberry threat

The threat posed by Phytophthora idaei to the raspberry industry is just one of the topics being discussed at this year's soft fruit winter meeting.

The meeting, which is held by the Scottish Society for Crop Research, is scheduled to take place at the Scottish Crop Research Institute's new seminar room at the organisation's base in Invergowrie on Wednesday 17 February, starting at 1.30pm.

For further information on the event, please contact Alison Dolan by emailing Alison.Dolan@scri.ac.uk or call 01382 568540.


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