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VeGIN Stakeholder Event


VeGIN (Vegetable Genetic Improvement Network) Stakeholder Event

Wednesday, 1st December, 2-4pm - in Microsoft Teams. Please register below and you will receive a joining link by email prior to the event.

VeGIN is an interactive network of researchers and industry leaders, who work together to promote market delivery of improved vegetable varieties using sustainable production systems.

This stakeholder event will provide updates on the progress made in the project over the past year, together with an international contribution and a speaker from the industry. We will be seeking input from participants to ensure that VeGIN continues to address the concerns faced by our stakeholders. Please let us know if there is something you wish to discuss in public or in private by emailing Agenda

More details about the VeGIN project can be found here: VeGIN ( The VeGIN project is funded by Defra.

If you would like to suggest any specific topics for future webinars, please either complete the relevant box on the registration form below or email to Claire Barratt at

For any enquiries, please email Claire Barratt at

BASIS points are available for attendance at this event.

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