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AHDB Agronomists’ Conference at Peterborough to look at power of partnerships across agriculture

PUBLISHED: 15:51 26 September 2017 | UPDATED: 15:52 26 September 2017

Tim Isaac. Picture: SU ANDERSON

Tim Isaac. Picture: SU ANDERSON

The power of partnerships across the agricultural industry will be under the spotlight at an industry event.

The 2017 AHDB Agronomists’ Conference, which takes place on December 5 and 6 at Peterborough Arena, hopes to strengthen the UK’s partnership culture as the UK gears up for Brexit.

For the second year running, AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds will combine forces with AHDB Potatoes at the two day event.

Head of knowledge Eexchange for AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds Tim Isaac said: “The power of partnerships is being recognised right across agriculture at the moment. This momentum is forging connections between those who traditionally conducted the research and those who traditionally used the results. The conference will look at the results such collaboration yields but it will also ask whether we need to do even more to protect the sustainability of our sector.”

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