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Joanna Mitchell Joins JHL's Marketing Team

Joanna Mitchell Joins JHL's Marketing Team

New pest management resources available from Hutton soft fruit research

These online resources aim to help farmers, agronomists and agriculture students understand the biology and control measures for key insect pests posing a risk to fruit production in Scotland.

Assessing durability of potato breeding lines against PCN threat

Researchers at the James Hutton Institute and James Hutton Limited are exploring ways to reduce the losses caused by potato cyst nematodes (PCN) in commercial potato production.

Soft Fruit Genetic Improvement Network: have your say

Genetic Improvement Networks (GINs) provide a key link between industry and academia to ensure that genetic research addresses the needs of the industry, and help tackle longer-term issues through breeding efforts. The James Hutton Institute and NIAB are seeking views from the soft fruit industry on the establishment of a Soft Fruit GIN.

Meet the Team - Negin Tajali

James Hutton Limited is delighted to welcome our latest MDS graduate management trainee, Negin Tajali.

Meet the Team - Amanda De Moura

James Hutton is delighted to welcome Amanda De Moura as our new Soft Fruit Breeder and Trials Manager as she takes over our Blackcurrant and Redcurrant breeding programmes and a selection of our soft fruit projects

£3.6m collaborative training partnership to support new generation of agri scientists

An industry-wide consortium, led by producer organisation G’s Growers and supported by the James Hutton Institute, the University of Dundee and James Hutton Limited, has won a UKRI-BBSRC collaborative training partnership award (CTP) to provide a £3.6 million postgraduate training programme in sustainable agricultural innovation.

Barley scientists of the future get £9m boost

The next generation of barley researchers have received a multi-million investment through the Barley Industrial Training Network (BARIToNE) programme, a Collaborative Training Partnership (CTP) led by the Scotch Whisky Research Institute, the International Barley Hub at the James Hutton Institute and the University of Dundee, with support from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council and industry partners.