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Horticulture Group

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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.


Purpose

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

Associations

The Horticulture Group has close ties with the following organisations:

Crop Protection Monthly is offered to all members of the Agrisciences 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

Volunteering

If you are looking for a way to become more involved with SCI, you might want to consider becoming one of our active volunteers.

SCI volunteers work at the heart of SCI. As a volunteer, you will create and strengthen your skills, interact with people from different backgrounds, gather new and interesting experiences, and build your confidence and credibility.

Find out more about some of the work of SCI volunteers:

Sue Grimbly joined SCI in 2008. She was elected as Secretary of the newly created Horticulture Group in January 2008 and in September 2009 she passed on the secretarial baton and became Communications Co-ordinator for the Group. Sue was a science teacher working in both state and private secondary schools and then became an export promoter helping companies to enter export markets through overseas trade shows. more

Relevant SCI Journals

The following journals are relevant to Horticulture Group members:

SCI Members are entitled to receive Chemistry and Industry (C&I) magazine direct to their door.C&I magazine includes articles on a host of interesting articles. More.

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