A fully industry-funded MSc by Research (tution plus bench fees, total £7407) is available at Royal Holloway, University of London for start at end September / beginning October 2020 with the title:
Impact of seed treatment with biostimulants on the resilience of sugar beet early development to drought stress
It is very timely and relevant to mitigating the climate crisis to improve crop seed quality and seedling performance by innovative and environmental-friendly seed refinement technologies. Biostimulants, including beneficial microorganisms, provide such a promising novel seed technology to ensure quality and quantity of harvest yield in crop production.
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