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GM Technology in Horticulture - Where do we Stand?

Horticultural Research Institute Association (HRIA) Conference

Genetic modification (GM) technology has been around for more than 20 years and has received considerable publicity concerning its use in the development of plant varieties for agriculture and horticulture.

The aim of this one day meeting at Warwick HRI is to review developments in GM technology and genomics that are of relevance to horticulture and to provide some insights into the issues surrounding the release of genetically modified organisms into the environment.



Conference: GM Techology in Horticulture - Where Do We Stand?
Date: Thursday 18 November, 10.00am registration with afternoon tea and departure at 3.30pm.
Venue: Warwick HRI Conference Centre
Address: Warwick HRI, Wellesbourne, Warwickshire



Please print out the following for further conference details:

1. General information including rates, times and directions. Please click on pdf icon Warwick HRI general conference information
2. Programme details. Please click on pdf icon. Warwick HRI conference programme information
3. Reply slip. Please click on word icon. Warwick HRI conference reply slip

Contact details: Ruth Ashfield on 024 7657 5255 or Jeanette Horton on 024 7657 5243.