Communication, dissemination and engagement
The WISH-ROOTS was showcased at the WCSS22 in Glasgow
Wheat GEMS Mini-symposium - John Innes Centre
Wheat Genetics, Microbiomes and Soil - a hybrid event organized by the WISH-ROOTS coordinators
Breeders Day - John Innes Centre
Visit to the Dorothea de Winton field station and introduction to our field trials
WISH-ROOTS at the Fascination of Plants
Partners at John Innes Centre took part in the recent international Fascination of Plants Day.
The 'Plants of the Future - Open Day @ Norwich Research Park' received more than 600 visitors.
WISH-ROOTS at the Pint 0f Science
Partner Maria Hernandez showcased the project at the Pint of Science event ''The wonderful world of wheat' in Norwich, UK.
NFU visit to John Innes Centre Field Station
Research projects including WISH-ROOTS showcased at the visit of the National Farmers Union UK to the John Innes Field station
John Innes Centre News:
Understanding how wheat roots can fine tune the activity of soil microbes for the benefit of agriculture is the focus of WISH-ROOTS.
WISH-ROOTS at ARC-Soil, Climate and Water:
The field trial at Brits farm will be a key contribution to our understanding of wheat roots impact on soil health across latitudes.
Today is the official start of our WISH-ROOTS EJP. We have a exciting journey of three years ahead and we look forward to share our progress and outcomes with you. We want to thank you IPPN for a brilliant introduction of our project.
Our WISH-ROOTS EJP project was introduced at the 19th Wheat Genetic Improvement Network Stakeholders' Meeting
The WISH-ROOTS project takes off this spring with a pilot field trial in Norwich, UK.
We will be screening twenty bread and durum wheat landraces for root traits linked to soil structure and nitrogen cycling.
Maria Hernandez provides scientific support at the Nuffield International CSC Design Spring - strategies to stop Soil Erosion by 2050
Busi Ndaba and Michael Kidson collecting soil samples at the Brits Experimental Farm, South Africa