Join Fera Science on stand J025 at BBC Countryfile Live,
Castle Howard, York, YO60 7DA
BBC Countryfile Live is heading to Yorkshire and we will be there!
Countryfile Live is setting up home in the stunning grounds of Castle Howard from 15th to 18th August 2019, so be sure to visit Fera's experts on stand J025 to learn about our vast range of services.
Plus, during the four-day event our team of experts will be presenting in 'The Time for Change Theatre':
James Donarski, Head of Food Authenticity at Fera Science, will be presenting on Thursday 15th August 1.00pm to discuss, ‘What's in my burger: Science on the frontline of food fraud.’
Glyn Jones, Principle Environmental Economist at Fera Science, will be presenting on Friday 16th August 1.00pm to discuss, ‘Food for us, food for wildlife: how science is helping farmers feed both.’
Adrian Fox, Principal Plant Virologist at Fera Science, will be presenting on Saturday 17th August at 1.00pm to discuss, ‘Pests and diseases delivered straight to your door: The biosecurity threat of importing plants online.’
Don't miss out and join them at Castle Howard this August!
Our team will give you an insight into our range of work including:
Big Soil Community
The complexity of soil biology is too great for individual farms and organisations to address. A collaborative effort is required to drive a coordinated approach to understanding the role of our soils microbial communities.
Fera's team of nematode experts provide a unique free-living nematode identification service, and offers nematode detection and consultancy advice for all sectors of agriculture and horticulture potentially reducing yield loss.
Fera has the research expertise and scientific resources to help you test products for their effects on pollinator survival, development and behaviour, enabling you to develop products that are safe for bees and other pollinators.
As a leading provider of analysis and testing services to the global food and agricultural industries, we are constantly improving our methods and designing new ways in order to achieve a safer, more sustainable and traceable food and beverage supply chain.
Join us at Countryfile Live and book your tickets today