@InnovationFarm1 RT : grower or recent grower?Only 2 weeks left to pin your experience this season on the map. Very easy to do… https://t.co/GNCPUNX4r6
@InnovationFarm1 RT : Thanks for popping over for a chat with Trials Officer, Hugo Ellis, at the careers and placement fa… https://t.co/cMTcBm3467
@InnovationFarm1 Very happy to host talk from Prof. Hemantaranjan here at considering importance o… https://t.co/SUT8xiVYhe
@InnovationFarm1 RT : NIAB survey = 740 responses. Just 2 weeks left to put your experience this season on the map. Report availabl… https://t.co/0AaXo1yLhJ
@InnovationFarm1 RT : Discussing with students at Kingston Maurward College recently, demonstrating weed control without using… https://t.co/XmrzNQIMib
@InnovationFarm1 RT : Our ‘magic margins’ were recently presented with a climate change award; the barriers are produced wi… https://t.co/GuUMvFlcua
@InnovationFarm1 Buckwheat, a potentially useful crop could benefit from a clear understanding of genetics , spread & utilisation -… https://t.co/bvdae4ZaqH
@InnovationFarm1 Next generation sequencing cost is certainly having an impact across many disciplines now; great talk… https://t.co/P3FGNNjPaM

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Meeting the challenges

Agriculture and food production face enormous challenges in the years ahead. NIAB Innovation Farm demonstrates how crop genetic improvements can address the issues of:

Food security      Climate Change      Sustainable Resources      Health and Nutrition