|11th April 2019|
|6pm | 1 hour|
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
20A Inverleith Row, Stockbridge and Canonmills EH3 5LR
|Event organiser/part of Edinburgh Science Festival|
|Visit the event website here or here|
The wild plants related to food crops are arguably the most important on the planet. They hold the genetic key to tackling the growing number of threats to our food supply and can do so in a much more environmentally friendly way. Join botanist Dr Tiina Sarkinen on the wild frontier of food that is bringing botanists and crop scientists together in pursuit of sustainable farming solutions based on biology rather than chemistry.
Presented by Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Venue: Lecture Theatre, Royal Botanic Garden
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