New Centre puts Scotland ahead on plant health

The Scotsman reports on the new Plant Health Centre

Professor conveys importance of new centre for plant health

See what the Courier says about the Plant Health Centre
SCIENCE: Coordinated approach essential with so many potential threats to arable sector

Centre set up to tackle threats to plant health

The Press and Journal (Highlands and Islands) writes:
SCIENCE: Facility will bring sectors together and share information

Scottish Government's Plant Health Centre of Expertise

Prof Ian Toth, the Secretary of the Scottish Society for Crop Research (SSCR) Potato sub-committee, introducers the Plant Health Centre to this year's record audience of potato industry stakeholders at their yearly Winter meeting held at the James Hutton Institute, Dundee.

Introducing the Plant Health Centre of Expertise

Prof Ian Toth presents the Scottish Government's Plant Health Centre of Expertise to over 100 growers, advisers and other specialists at the Crop Production in Northern Britain (CPNB) Conference at the Apex Hotel in Dundee

ScotGov funds co-ordinated approach to crop disease

The Scottish Farmer says 'SCOTLAND is playing smart and tough in the war against disease of plants, with the launch of a new 'centre of excellence' to help meet the challenges of current and potential threats'.

Scotland launches plant health centre to strengthen crop resilience

Farming UK tells the farming community about the new Scottish Government-funded Plant Health Centre

Scottish Plant Health Centre launched

Read the 'Farmer's Guardian' article about the Plant Health Centre