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Below are links to articles concerning SASA mainly in the online media from 2014 onwards

 

2014

Potato supply chain 'in focus' at November conference
FarmingUK.com
17 October 2014

Scotland remains Dickeya free
Scottish Farmer
27 September 2014, p. 42

Scotland retains dickeya-free status
Farmers Guardian
25 September 2014

Scottish tatties remain Dickeya free
Press & Journal
25 September 2014

Scotland given all clear for Dickeya
Fresh Plaza
25 September 2014

Survey showing freedom from Dickeya maintained
The Courier
24 September 2014

Hidden secrets revealed at Doors Open Day
Edinburgh Evening News
13 September 2014

Agrico in cutting-edge research into blackleg and eelworm
The Courier
16 August 2014

Tackling PCN issues at Potatoes in Practice event
Scottish Farmer
16 August 2014, p. 34

PCN Interview Out of Doors
BBC Radio Scotland
2 August 2014

Bee disease confirmed by Scottish Government
Farmers Guardian
25 July 2014

Bee disease outbreak in North-east
Scottish Farmer
24 July 2014

Fresh produce R&D wins £12m boost 
Fresh Produce Journal
22 July 2014

Disease-hit honeybee hive destroyed near Tarland 
BBC News
22 July 2014

Honey Bee health warning 
Northern Scot
22 July 2014

Bee disease found in Aberdeenshire
Press and Journal
22 July 2014

American Foulbrood disease found in Scottish honeybee colony
The Grocer
22 July 2014

Eelworm could push tattie growers out of production
Press and Journal
22 July 2014

Nosema sampling and knowledge transfer project - update
Scottish Beekeeper
Jul vol 91 no 7 2014, pp. 180,189

Potato event grows for growers
Scottish Farmer
19 July 2014, p. 35

Experts join forces on plant science 
University of Edinburgh
25 June 2014

Work begins on online vegetable database
Cultivated Plant Taxonomy Newsletter
Issue 2 (June 2014), p. 3

Testing times
Cultivated Plant Taxonomy Newsletter
Issue 2 (June 2014), p. 6-7

2014 Wildlife Crime Conference and Launch of Updated PAW Forensics Guide
PAW Scotland Newsletter
Issue 8, June 2014

Vietnamese delegation visit Edinburgh following Illegal Wildlife Trade summit
PAW Scotland Newsletter
Issue 8, June 2014

SNH studies use of crow traps
John O'Groat Journal
1 June 2014

Insight into the valuable work of Potato Council
Courier & Advertiser
29 May 2014, p. 35

Kelso’s ‘fantastic day of education by fun’
Southern Reporter
24 May 2014

Survey shows Scottish potatoes remain dickeya-free
Farmers Guardian
23 May 2014

Crops test free of dickeya
Scottish Farmer
17 May 2014, p. 43

Recent raptor poisonings in Scotland are now forensically investigated
WildlifeExtra.com
8 May 2014

CSI comes to the countryside
Scottish Farmer
1 May 2014

Wildlife guide unveiled which aims to 'tighten net' on criminals
STV News
30 April 2014

Forensic experts investigate bird of prey deaths
BBC News
23 April 2014

Wildlife forensics team examines bird of prey deaths 
BBC News
22 April 2014

Police "thank you" to public over Highland raptor deaths
Strathspey and Badenoch Herald
17 April 2014

Police search, as birds of prey killings reach 19
Scotsman
10 April 2014

Birds of prey death toll rises to 19
Ross-shire Journal
9 April 2014

An ever-evolving approach to blackleg control
Farmers Guardian
6 April 2014

Online donations to boost bird poisonings reward
BBC News
4 April 2014

Bird of prey poisoning reward doubled to £10,000
Scotsman
3 April 2014

Birds of prey deaths info reward doubled to £10,000
Northern Times
3 April 2014

Bird of prey poisoning death toll up to 16
Scotsman
2 April 2014

£5000 award for info leading to successful conviction as birds of prey deaths reach 16
Northern Times
1 April 2014

Protect plant health
Scottish Farmer
29 March 2014, p. 40

"Moronic" crime slammed as Ross birds of prey death toll rises
Ross-shire Journal
29 March 2014

Police confirm 13 dead birds of prey found in Ross-shire
Northern Times
28 March 2014

Bird of prey deaths continue to soar
Inverness Courier
28 March 2014

Number of birds of prey poisoned in Scotland doubles
BBC News
28 March 2014

Birds of prey spared poison – to be stamped to death
Scotsman
28 March 2014

Police investigate deaths of 11 birds of prey in Highlands
Herald Scotland
28 March 2014

Rise in number of birds of prey illegally poisoned
Press and Journal
28 March 2014

Rise in number of birds of prey illegally poisoned 'very worrying'
STV News
28 March 2014

Bird poisoning numbers double
Glasgow South and Eastwood Extra
28 March 2014

Time for a new goose plan
Scottish Farmer
15 March 2014

New project challenges beliefs about blackleg
The Courier
12 March 2014

Where are they now?
Botanics
Spring 2014, pp. 8-9

Nosema sampling and knowledge transfer project (an update)
Scottish Beekeeper
Feb vol 91 no 2 2014, pp. 49-50

UK develops seed potato and horticulture stand at Fruit Logistica 2014
FarmingUK.com
13 January 2014

UK pavillion returns to Fruit Logistica
Fresh Plaza
2 January 2014



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