Seed Skills Seminar

Solving Plant Stress

Wed 25 August 2021

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Three uprooted and sad looking seedlings on a dry parched ground.

Damping off

Develop your seed saving knowledge with a talk and Q&A with Richie Walsh, Scotland's Seed Sovereignty Coordinator.

This online seminar series will introduce useful information around pollination, seed-borne diseases and and solving abiotic stress in plants.

In each event, a talk will be followed by the opportunity to ask questions and get support for your own seed growing and saving projects.

Seed Skills Seminars are suitable for people who have already begun their growing and seed-saving journeys and would like to dig deeper into the science and technicalities of saving viable and healthy seed.

About the contributors

Richie Walsh is Seed Sovereignty Coordinator for Scotland. He has an academic background in amenity horticulture, market gardening and plant conservation. He works professionally in the field of horticultural therapy and is a keen amateur botanist specialising in the heather family native to Europe. He has a passion for community food growing. Over the last decade, he has set up and run community gardens in Dublin, Amsterdam and Glasgow. When not digging in a garden or wandering and botanising in the countryside, Richie can be found brewing his own beer, mead and hedgerow wines.

Organised by Glasgow Seed Library with The Gaia Foundation's Seed Sovereignty Programme.

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Event Type

Talks & Events

Location

Online via Zoom

Time

6:00pm — 7:00pm

Time

Ages

All ages

Ticketing

Free but ticketed

Accessibility

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Additional info:

This event will be recorded. Only the person speaking will be on screen during the recording. If you prefer to not appear in the recording, please switch your video off when asking a question, or ask your question using the chat function.