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Seed Health -  training course at NIAB on 27-28th January 2015

Seed Health - training course at NIAB on 27-28th January 2015

Registration closes: 9th January 2015

A two day training course on methods for detecting seed-borne disease in arable crops:

The project will deliver five training courses, with applicants selected on the basis of their background skills and functions in both private and publicly funded organisations.

The aim of the course at NIAB will be to give delegates a detailed knowledge of the importance of seed-borne diseases in arable crops in northern Europe, their epidemiology and the regulations controlling their incidence in seed, and training in the detection methods that have been developed or validated during the project. In addition, a range of other seed-borne diseases in cereals, oilseed crops and pulses will be detailed and test methods described.

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