BBRO to develop a digital yield improvement tool for UK sugar beet industry

A farm level digital yield improvement tool will support innovation by UK sugar beet growers.

To help make its science and knowledge available to farmers in the field, BBRO has initiated a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Nottingham University.  

A new position has been created to support the analysis, interpretation and collection of data through interactions with growers. The KTP provides a great opportunity to work at the interface of science and practice.

The aim of the 36 month contract is to develop a digital yield improvement tool with input from farmers and the wider industry.  


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We are set up jointly by British Sugar plc and the National Farmers' Union.

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