Crab apple tree research talk

Come and find out more about the ecology and genetics of wild apple (Malus sylvestris), which is probably Scotland’s least understood and most under-appreciated native tree, in this talk by Rick Worrell.

Meet at: Breadalbane Campus, small lecture theatre, Crieff Road, Aberfeldy, PH15 2DU.

To find out more, and for any queries, please contact Mark Aquilina on 07796 561 844.

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Image: Crab apple © Philip Precey






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