One of the most innovative and active British crop associations, The British Tomato Growers’ Association (BTGA), recently published its’ forward thinking Research and Development Strategy Document. Written by the expert technical committee within their organisation and entitled ‘Research and Development Priorities 2014-2015’ the document aims to stimulate research and development interest in all aspects of Tomato crop production, the most challenging of protected crops. The document is available on the British Tomato Growers’ Association web site.

The publication of the document is in advance of the of the forthcoming BTGA 2014 conference in Warwickshire on 24th and 25th September 2014. With a range of protected fresh produce commercial, retailer and technical speakers, definitely one not to miss. More information about this event will be published over the next few days on the BTGA web site. Readers interested in discussing and hearing more about the R&D activities and aspirations of the BTGA should contact their technical officer, Dr Phil Morley,

For more information
British Tomato Growers’ Association
Dr Philip Morley FIHort mbpr(hort), Technical Officer
Pollards Nursery |Lake Lane |Barnham|West Sussex|PO22 0AD
M: 07812200203