Call for ProjectsFurther Info / Submit Project
There are currently no calls for projects
Please visit the 'In Progress and Completed' projects page under the 'Projects' tab for further information
Latest NewsView All News
Sign up for further information
Sign up for our Newsletter and to be kept informed about Centre activities:
Please use this form to send us an email enquiry, or you can find our addresses and telephone numbers below.
By submitting your enquiry through either the online contact form and/or by e-mail you consent to us processing your personal data to respond to you. For more information on how we handle your personal data please see our Privacy Notice.
Our Next Event
Seed Industry Event 2018, 15 November at the Fairmont, St Andrews in 2018.
This years event will have a major theme focusing on what the future may hold for the seed trade in a post-Brexit world and how to make the most of the global export market opportunities Brexit will present. Furthermore, a host of international experts will also discuss other key topics such as plant health, exports, and marketing. Great Britain’s seed’s high health status is one of its main selling points, which is why that status is another major theme of this year’s event. The conference will also feature a number of workshops where the latest research on key topics such as blackleg and aphid and virus will be revealed, and there will also be sessions on the Safe Haven Scheme and the benefits of benchmarking.
For more information on the event click here.
Twitter feed block
Read our latest project report by @FBurnettCropDoc which discusses the impact on Scottish Crops if the molluscicide… https://t.co/JkvXc5dJ7G
RT @quine_chris: Thanks for an interesting meeting covering wide range of topics. Much scope for joint working with @Forest_Research and th…
RT @Forest_Research: New year, new challenge? Observatree is seeking volunteers to help monitor Britain’s trees for unwanted pests or disea…
RT @SEFARIscot: Read our latest #LeadingIdeas blog with @kjhayjay from the @PlantHealthScot who have shared with us an example of the compl…
The eight-toothed spruce bark beetle (Ips typographus) has been discovered in Kent and action taken to limit spread… https://t.co/1XkoyPa9rA
RT @RSFS1854: Some really useful information on how to tell native wood boring beetles from potential pests Asian and citrus long horn beet…
RT @SEFARIscot: The #BioSSGM18 is focussing on modelling and #LeadingIdeas plant disease issues. Great to be here with @PlantHealthScot htt…
Ian Toth giving a quick introduction to the Plant Health Centre at the BioSS annual meeting: modelling to enhance p… https://t.co/YpLbMe6MGI
Gerry Saddler @ScotGovSASA gives an excellent introduction to Scottish government plant health and the Plant Health… https://t.co/ZrNdkHP2J8
RT @quine_chris: @CVOScotland @EpicScotland @scotgov @RuralMattersSG @alicksimmons @JaneLouiseGrant @qmscotland @NFUStweets @MoredunComms @…
RT @quine_chris: Good to see @PlantHealthScot being brought to attention of biodiversity community at today’s conference by Scotland’s chie…