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Plant Health for Plant Nurseries is a one-day information and training event on plant health and biosecurity.
This event is aimed at plant nursery staff and will focus on providing solutions for the continual improvement of plant health and biosecurity on the nursery.
Forest Research scientists, supported by RHS colleagues, will demonstrate the scientific evidence underpinning nursery best practice based on recent research studies of Phytophthora pathogens in nurseries across the UK and overseas.
On the agenda is a morning session covering:
In the afternoon there will be plenty of opportunity for additional discussion as attendees tour RHS Wisley gardens and nursery and staff demonstrate the steps they are taking to improve their nursery management.
The event will round-off at 15.30 with refreshments, final discussion and closing remarks, and finish at 16.00.
Spaces are limited so early registration is advised. Once registered, more information will follow, including details of how to pay, travel and park.
Please note: There will be a charge of £25 for the event to cover morning and afternoon refreshments and a sandwich lunch bag.
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