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Jones, H; Clarke, S M; Haigh, Z; Hinchsliffe, K; Wolfe, M S; Thomas, J; Gibbon, D; Harris, F and Lyon, F (2006) Developing a partcipatory approach to seed production and varietal selection. In: Atkinson, C; Ball, B; Davies, D H K; Rees, R; Russell, G; Stockdale, E A; Watson, C A; Walker, R and Younie, D (Eds.) Aspects of Applied Biology 79, What will organic farming deliver? COR 2006, Association of Applied Biologists, pp. 135-138.

Report

Döring, T F; Baddeley, J. A.; Brown, R; Collins, R; Crowley, O; Cuttle, S P; Howlett, S A; Jones, H E; McCalman, H; Measures, M; Pearce, B D; Pearce, H; Roderick, S; Stobart, R; Storkey, J; Tilston, E; Topp, K; Watson, C A; Winkler, L and Wolfe, M S (2013) Using legume-based mixtures to enhance the nitrogen use efficiency and economic viability of cropping systems - Final report (LK09106/HGCA3447). HGCA PROJECT REPORT, no. 513. HGCA, Kenilworth.

Kerr, Simon (1995) Establishment of, and running, a comprehensive organic seed information database and communication network OF0195. National Institute of Agricultural Botany.

Moyes, Catherine L. and Dale, Philip J. (1999) Organic farming and gene transfer from genetically modified crops. John Innes Centre.

NIAB, (2001) Varieties of Field Vegetables and Potatoes for Organic Production and Marketing (OFO142). National Institute of Agricultural Botany.

NIAB, (editor): National Institute of Agricultural Botany, (Ed.) (1996) Varieties for Organic Production and Marketing (OF0110). National Institute of Agricultural Botany.

Pearce, Dr Bruce (2006) Developing a participatory approach to seed production and varietal selection (OF0330). Elm Farm Research Centre.

Unspecified, (2004) Varieties of field vegetables and potatoes for organic production and marketing OF0304. National Institute for Agricultural Botany.

Project description

{Project} Collation and dissemination of information on the performance of vegetable and cereal varieties under organic and non-organic conditions (COSI). Runs 2004 - 2007. Project Leader(s): Unspecified, , National Institute for Agricultural Botany.

{Project} Establishment of potato variety performance trials under growing regimes. Runs 1991 - 1995. Project Leader(s): Unspecified, , National Institute of Agricultural Botany.

{Project} Establishment of variety trial techniques for vegetable performance trials under organic growing regimes. Runs 1991 - 1995. Project Leader(s): Unspecified, , National Institute of Agricultural Botany.

{Project} Shelf life of organic vegetables. Runs 1998 - 2001. Project Leader(s): Unspecified, , National Institute of Agricultural Botany.

{Project} Towards a sustainable whole-farm approach to the control of ergot. Runs 2004 - 2008. Project Leader(s): Bayles, Dr Rosemary, National Institute of Agricultural Botany.

{Project} Varieties for organic production and marketing (cont. of OF0110). Runs 1996 - 1997. Project Leader(s): Unspecified, , National Institute of Agricultural Botany.

{Project} Varieties of field vegetables and potatoes for organic production and marketing (continuation of OF0304). Runs 2004 - 2007. Project Leader(s): Unspecified, , National Institute of Agricultural Botany.

Research facility description

{Facility} HDRA: Henry Doubleday Research Association (HDRA): Vegetable variety testing. Facility Leader(s): Sumption, P and Day, M, Henry Doubleday Research Association.

{Facility} NIAB: National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB): Field trial facilities. Facility Leader(s): Kerr, Simon, National Institute of Agricultural Botany.

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