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Creating Better Barley for Ethiopia

Barley is grown by 4 million Ethiopian farmers and is used for food, feed and as a cash crop. At the James Hutton Institute, researcher, Girma Fana, is examining the genetic diversity of Ethiopian barleys to improve food security in his home country.

Lucozade Ribena Suntory Continues Investment for Blackcurrant Breeding

James Hutton Limited is proud to continue playing a central role in developing new blackcurrant varieties for Ribena. A £500,000 investment from parent company, Lucozade Ribena Suntory, will fund research at the James Hutton Institute to develop climate-resilient blackcurrant varieties, safeguarding the future of the crop and helping to secure the livelihoods of UK blackcurrant growers.

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