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Vegetable breeding for the future

Thursday, 30th May, 4pm to 5pm (UK time) - in Microsoft Teams.

The importance of genetic improvement and crop breeding was highlighted in the recent Government Blueprint for the UK fruit and vegetable sector. This webinar will consider the opportunities and technologies available for breeding new varieties of vegetables in the future. There will be short presentations by Dr Eleri Tudor (Genomics Specialist) and Dr Justin Roberts (vegetable breeder) both from Elsoms Seeds Ltd and Dr Lauren Chappell (Warwick Crop Centre).

To attend please register below and a Teams link will be forwarded prior to the event.

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