Join Dr. Jenna Ross, an agricultural scientist as she explains that careers in agriculture are not all tractors, mud, and wellies.
She works with farmers, scientists, innovators, businesses, and more to understand the challenges in agriculture and finding ways to fix them, from soil health to vertical farming.
About Dr. Jenna Ross
Dr. Jenna Ross is a scientist with over 10-years of international experience working on malacology (slugs and snails) and biocontrol projects. She has also completed a Nuffield Farming Scholarship where she spent 26-weeks traveling the world in 2018 studying slug control.
Jenna currently works for the government-funded Agri-Tech centre, Crop Health, and Protection (CHAP), and is a research fellow at the University of Aberdeen and Stellenbosch University in South Africa.
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