Agronomy Society supports Lincoln student to attend the International Crop Science Congress

Our recent 50th Anniversary celebrated our past and looked to the future... Our thanks to the Symposium's 18 sponsors, 31 speakers & 172 registrants for making it such a success.

We are pleased to announce that Richard Sims is the recipient of the Agronomy Society’s travel award to attend the International Crop Science Congress in Brazil next month.  The Congress is a global event, with scientists from around the world converging to discuss and debate topical issues facing the broader agricultural industry.  Richard is a PhD student at Lincoln University and will be presenting his research on growth and dry matter partitioning in seedling lucerne as affected by sowing date and water availability.  He will also give his talk at our November Conference at Lincoln.

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Posted: Mon 30 Jul 2012