As the project develops, news and updates can be found here.

PCN Action Scotland Feature in Potato News Today

An article on PCN Action Scotland has been featured in Potato News Today!

PCN Action Scotland feature in GB PCN Forum November newsletter

After a very positive meeting between members of the PCN Action Scotland group, GB PCN Forum, and PAPAS last month the action group have been featured in the Forum's November newsletter.

Meeting with GB PCN Forum and PAPAS (USA)

Two days of fascinating discussions between the PCN Action Group, PAPAS (USA), and GB PCN Forum to explore our ongoing PCN work.

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PCN hub twitter

The PCN hub now has a twitter/X page

Dr Glenn Bryan - Retirement

The PCN Action Scotland group would like to say goodbye to Dr Glenn Bryan upon his retirement. Dr Bryan was the lead of the potato genetics and breeding group at the James Hutton Institute and had a successful career in genetics of not just plants but animals too! The team would like to say a big thank you to Dr Bryan for all his hard work as the lead of work package 4: Dihaploid induction for accelerated crop improvement.

Barnyards Open Day 2023!

Barnyards Farm in Tannadice (Forfar) will once again be opening its door to facilitate a day of discussions about PCN (Potato cyst nematode).
The open day will be held on Tuesday the 22nd of August between 11-3pm.

Open Day in the press

The Vegetable Farmer, a magazine for the UK field vegetable and outdoor salads industry published an article on the PCN Action Scotland open day held in August.

PCN Action Scotland at AAB meeting

John Jones will be discussing the project at an AAB Nematology Conference in December.