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These are statistics that have been produced following the Code of Practice for Official Statistics.  This Code sets out standards to ensure integrity, objectivity and impartiality.

The Pesticide Survey Unit (PSU) at SASA gained ministerial approval as a provider of Official Statistics in August 2012.  As a producer of official statistics, PSU aim to follow the Code of Practice for Official Statistics as far as possible and to meet the requirements of the Pre-release Access to Official Statistics (Scotland Order 2008). 

Soft Fruit 2010

File size: 
822kb
Published: 
2011

Arable Crops and Potato Stores 2010

File size: 
1.45mb
Published: 
2011

Scientific Review 1992-1997

Includes articles on:

  • Scientific role of SASA
  • Seed testing
  • Variety testing
  • Seed potatoes
  • Plant health
  • Disease and pest diagnosis
  • Ecology of vertebrate pests
  • Pesticides
  • SASA Staff publications

Not available in electronic format. Copies of articles available on request.

Published: 
1998

The Characterisation of Polystyrene Oligomers by Field Desorption Mass Spectrometry

Rollins, K., J. H. Scrivens, M. J. Taylor, and H. Major. "The Characterisation of Polystyrene Oligomers by Field Desorption Mass Spectrometry." Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 4, no. 9 (1990): 355-359.

The Characterisation of Synthetic Lubricant Formulations by Field Desorption Mass Spectrometry

Rollins, K., M. J. Taylor, J. H. Scrivens, A. Robertson, and H. Major. "The Characterisation of Synthetic Lubricant Formulations by Field Desorption Mass Spectrometry." Journal of Synthetic Lubricants 8, no. 1 (1991): 29-37.

Potato Ring Rot

Identification and reduction of risks posed by potato ring rot disease to the Scottish potato industry

Project start and end date: 05/12/2005 – 31/03/2009

Project collaborators: Fera, York, UK; James Hutton Institute, Dundee, UK; SASA

Funding from: Scottish Government’s Flexible Fund (now called Contract Research Fund)

Potato Brown Rot

Ralstonia solanacearum contamination of Scottish rivers: Identifying the risks to high-grade seed production

Project start and end dates:  01/11/2003 – 31/10/2006

Project collaborators: Fera, York, UK; James Hutton Institute, Dundee, UK; SASA

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