Challenging potato businesses and researchers on future vision

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03 December 2021
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Challenging potato businesses and researchers on future vision

CUPGRA's 32nd Annual Cambridge Potato Conference, which will see speakers challenging potato businesses and researchers to develop their vision for the future and to take concrete steps to put it into action, with workshops on a range of on-farm production challenges, is fast approaching.

The conference will provide the opportunity to interact with the foremost industry innovators and scientists to debate current issues and is open to all. Registration is available either online (credit or debit card payments) or by downloading the booking form (cheque and BACS payments), with discounts for CUPGRA members.
 
Options include:
•    Two-day ticket: CUPGRA members £120, non-members £250
•    Single day tickets
•    Tickets for the Eric Allen Memorial Lecture and the Potato Barons’ Christmas Feast
 
This year's conference title is 'Knowledge creates the future' and this year CUPGRA will also host the inaugural Eric Allen Memorial Lecture 'Understanding how potatoes grow determines how to grow potatoes', with reflections from Robert Allen, Neil Gudmestad and Mark Stalham. Places are available for delegates who wish to attend the Lecture only.
 
Delegates are also invited to the Potato Barons’ Christmas Feast in St John’s College Great Hall on the evening of December 14th, with guest speaker Nick Vermont.
 
Registration for Eric Allen Memorial Lecture is available online. For further details, visit our events page here.

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