Terms & Conditions
To celebrate this years Botany conference you are invited to enter our daily competition to win your choice of books from CRC Press. Simply follow @tandbiosci and tell us which of the books below you'd like to win! One winner will be chosen at random each day of the conference.
By supporting and amplifying Plant & Forest Science research we will actively contribute towards many of the UNs Sustainable Development Goals, including SDG2: Zero Hunger; SDG7: Affordable & Clean Energy; SDG11: Sustainable Cities & Communities; SDG12: Responsible Consumption & Production; SDG13: Climate Action, SDG14: Life Below Water and SDG15: Life on Land.
Taylor & Francis Plant & Forest Science journals include research into Forestry; Forest biology; Silviculture; Forest engineering; Forest products; Phycology; Botany; Plant Ecology; Plant biology; Phytopathology; Ecosystems; Phytoremediation; Bryology; Mycology and more.
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Terms & Conditions
What will I win?
Your choice of eBook from the following list of books specially selected for Botany 2021 delegates:
Endophytes of the Tropics Diversity Ubiquity and Applications
Fungi in Ecosystem Processes
Science and Technology of Organic Farming
Organic Solutes Oxidative Stress and Antioxidant Enzymes Under Abiotic Stressors
Who will win?
Winners will be chosen at random from all tweets from followers of @tandfbiosci, tagging @tandfbiosci, using #BotanyPrizeTime, and telling us which book you'd like to win.
What are the rules?
You must follow @tandfbiosci.
Your answers must tag @tandfbiosci and #BotanyPrizeTime and include an explanation of which book you'd choose to win from the list provided.
The lucky winners will be drawn at random from all entries tagging @tandfenviro and #BotanyPrizeTime.
You do not need to be a Botany delegate in order to enter the quiz.
Negative interactions or comments will not be eligible.
Please do not tweet the same message multiple times in the same day as this is in violation of the guidelines set out by Twitter.
All tweets must conform to the Twitter Rules. If you are unsure as to what this entails, please refer to: https://help.twitter.com/en/rules-and-policies/twitter-rules.