Celebrating the FAO International Year of Plant Health: A forward looking perspective on tackling the grand challenges in plant health to transform agriculture sustainably.
Join us on a dynamic panel discussion with representatives from farming, industry and research on 3 December at 4pm GMT to celebrate the FAO International Year of Plant Health.
A forward-looking perspective on tackling the grand challenges in Plant Health to transform Agriculture sustainably.
This is the first seminar of an Annual Virtual Seminar Series where you will have the chance to speak directly to leading experts about some of the most urgent issues facing plants and our planet today.
During our first on-line seminar on Thursday 3 December at 4pm GMT, our distinguished panel will look at how research at the Crop Science Centre, industry and farmers can work together to develop improved crop management strategies driven by biological solutions. Join us by registering here.
Dr Richard Harrison - Director of Cambridge Crop Research, NIAB.
Dr Martin Clough - Head of Technology & Digital Integration at Syngenta Crop Protection.
Cathryn Lambourne - Research co-ordinator for Horticulture, Plant Pathologist.
Professor Uta Paszkowski - Professor of Cereal Symbiosis, Department of Plant Sciences, Crop Science Centre, University of Cambridge.
This event is supported by the Crop Science Centre in collaboration with the University of Cambridge Cambplants Hub, Cambridge Global Food Security Interdisciplinary Research Centre, NIAB and the EIT Food #AnnualFoodAgenda.