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Online training from the Sustainable and Efficient Food Production ATP

The Sustainable and Efficient Food Production  Advanced Training Partnership (ATP-Pasture) has announced the latest round of modules in its  online training courses, starting in September 2016:   Ruminant Nutrition Sustainable Grassland Systems Agro-Ecosystems Services Soil...
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Latest postgraduate distance learning & workshops for ruminant agriculture from the Sustainable & Efficient Food Production ATP

The  Advanced Training Partnership in Sustainable and Efficient Food Supply has announced a set of training modules to strat in January 2016. Each module is worth 20 postgraduate credits and runs for 12-14 weeks. Students are expected to spend 10-15 hours per week studying but as this training is totally on-line, this can be done when and where is convenient for them. ...
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Sign up for distance learning with the Sustainable and Efficient Food Production ATP

The Advanced Training Partnership in Sustainable and Efficient Food Production ( Pasture ATP ) offers postgraduate training through workshops and distance learning. They have five distance learning modules starting on 18th May 2015, which will all run for 3 months. Please click on the links below for further information: Low Input Beef Sheep and Dairy ...
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Upcoming workshops on sustainable food production

The Advanced Training Partnership (ATP) for Sustainable and Efficient Food Production  is holding a couple of interesting workshops in July.   Celebrating Home-Grown Feed! 15th  and 16th  July nr. Cirencester Just how viable is growing your own feed? This workshop will feature: Domestic alternatives for complete feed rations; Building soil...
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ATP receptors help plants manage environmental change, pests and wounds

ATP (adenosine triphosphate) is the main energy source inside a cell and is considered to be the high energy molecule that drives all life processes in animals and humans. Outside the cell, membrane receptors that attract ATP drive muscle control, neurotransmission, inflammation and development. Now, researchers at the University of Missouri have found the same receptor in plants and believe...
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