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The Walloon Agricultural Research Centre (CRA-W) site aims to promote public access to information about its research activities and the initiatives undertaken in connection with its work. This site is managed by the CRA-W’s Biometrics, Data Management and Agrometeorology Unit. Any enquiries or suggestions concerning the site should be addressed to that Unit.
We aim to ensure that the information we distribute is as accurate and up to date as possible. Errors may nevertheless occur in the information supplied. The CRA-W will make every effort to correct any errors.
The CRA-W makes every effort to minimise any inconvenience caused by technical problems. However, some of the data or information on the site may not have been created or structured in error-free files or formats. The CRA-W cannot guarantee that its site will not be interrupted or otherwise affected by such problems. The Centre accepts no responsibility for any such inconvenience due to use of the site or any external site to which it refers. This disclaimer is not aimed at limiting the CRA-W’s liability contrary to the requirements of the relevant Belgian legislation.
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