Morven Anderson, 22, has been awarded The British Crop Production Council’s award for top student at Harper Adams.
Working on her research project surrounding the effect of non-native Solanaceous trap crops, Morven thrived in her work while studying and gained a Distinction. Now working as a trainee agronomist with Hutchinsons, she is contributing to the discussion around sustainable crop protection and using her research to guide further understanding of the work to be done in the sector.
Morven Anderson has received the @BCPC1 prize for top student of MSc Integrated Pest Management at @HarperAdamsUni— Hutchinsons (@Hutchinsons_Ag) October 31, 2019
Learn how Morven, now a trainee agronomist with @Hutchinsons_Ag, earned the British Crop Production Council's recognition at https://t.co/nb7HnfT9Up pic.twitter.com/wJtpAFlqxX
An exciting week of work, having recently embarked on a new career with @Hutchinsons_Ag. Topped off with the amazing opportunity of presenting at the 5th Symposium of PCN Management.— Morven Anderson (@anderson_morven) September 13, 2019
The future of sustainable crop protection looks good! https://t.co/tBL338zeN4