NIAB publishes its 2024 annual review - Fruit & Vine

NIAB publishes its 2024 annual review

NIAB has just published its 2024 annual review, following the success of the first publication last year. 

NIAB has just published its 2024 annual review that can be downloaded online, following the success of the first publication last year.

The review summarises all the fruit-related research and new projects that began in 2023, along with feature articles on the progress and results of ongoing and recently completed work.  

Readers can learn about the development of new vineyard and wine research facilities, how the demonstration centres are benefiting fruit growers, and the progress being made in fruit genetics and breeding programmes. 

Wide reach across the industry 

Published in print and digital format, visitors can take copies from any NIAB stand at fruit and horticultural trade shows across this year, including the Fruit Focus event at East Malling on 10th July, as well as being available at NIAB offices in East Malling and Cambridge. 

Scott Raffle

Horticultural knowledge exchange manager and the review’s editor, Scott Raffle, said: “The 2023 review was very well received by the fruit industry, providing businesses with an overview of the breadth and depth of our research work and expertise at NIAB.  

“The publication has a wide reach across the industry, helping us to raise the profile of what we do.” 

The 2024 review provides a portfolio of the wide range of current fruit research work at NIAB, with summaries of recently commissioned projects and feature articles with results of ongoing projects. It also provides updates on the activities of the WET Centre, the Plum Demonstration Centre, and the rapidly evolving Research Vineyard and Wine Innovation Centre. 

View or download a digital copy here. 

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