Correspondence with National Institute of Agricultural Botany, Scottish Crop Research Institute Dundee regarding trials at Fiddaman land

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GM Archive / R. J. Fiddaman collection relating to genetically modified foods and crops, research and industry
maker:
Scottish Crop Research Institute
and
National Institute of Agricultural Botany

NIAB is a pioneering plant science organisation based at the heart of the Cambridge science, technology and university communities and a thriving UK agricultural industry.

The Scottish Crop Research Institute more commonly known as the SCRI was a scientific institute located in Invergowrie near Dundee, Scotland. As of April 2011, when SCRI merged with the Macaulay Land Use Institute it is now part of The James Hutton Institute.

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Identifier:
MS/2148/03/09
Subject:
GM Crops

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