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Horticulture

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SCI’s Horticulture Technical Interest Group aims to assist the transfer of horticultural science in its broadest sense into business practice. We do this by providing career support for professionals as well as a forum for discussion and sharing of information on issues relevant to the full range of horticulture-related industries, public authorities, academics and other interested parties. The Group brings together horticulturists and others working within the horticulture industry, in particular those concerned with the transfer of horticultural science into business practice.

  • The Horticulture Group has now joined with other SCI Groups in the Agriculture, Horticulture and Food sectors to form an Agri-Food Hub

Horticulture Newsletter

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Read - or contribute to - the monthly newsletter

We will use this dedicated area to update you on conferences, local events and much more.

Facebook, Twitter and Linked In

The Group is well represented on social media with a Facebook group, a Twitter account with regular updates on our activities, and a Linked In group. Join us!

Journals

We have close links to:

Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture

Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture

The Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture is co-published by SCI and John Wiley. Readers can access the following:



Pest Management Science

Pest Management Science

Pest Management Science is co-published by SCI and John Wiley. Readers can access the following:

David Miller Travel Bursary Award

  • The David Miller Travel Bursary Award aims to give two young plant scientists or horticulturists the opportunity of overseas travel in connection with their horticultural careers. More

Our Associations

The Horticulture Group has close ties with the following organisations:

  • National Horticultural Forum
  • Society of Biology
  • Plant Talk
  • British Institute of Agricultural Consultants
  • The International Society for Horticultural Science
  • Commercial Horticultural Association
  • Grow Careers

  • More details

Group Award

The Group launched a new award in 2010:

Please contact awards@soci.org for further details

Crop Protection Monthly offer

Crop Protection MonthlyCrop Protection Monthly is now being offered to all members of the BioResources and Horticulture groups at the special price of £175 + VAT per year, a 20% discount. Subscribers will also receive a copy of CropScene, once every three months. More

E-alerts

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Forums

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    03/06/2014 09:37
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