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Articles and reports

Articles

Martin, P. (2016). North Atlantic Cereals. Brewer and Distiller International 12, 37-39.

Martin, P. (2015). Developing fruit wines in Orkney from novel, locally grown fruit. SCRR Newsletter 83, 3.

Martin, P. and Wishart, J. (2015). Supplying Orkney crops for new food and drink products. Living Orkney October 2015, 20-23.

Stokes, V. and Martin, P. (2015). Exploring the potential of short rotation forestry in Scotland. Forestry & Timber News June 2015, 16-17.

Martin, P. and Wishart, J. (2015). Just here for the bere. Brewer & Distiller International January 2015, 28-29.

Martin, P. (2014). Whisky helps to conserve an ancient Scottish crop. SCRR Newsletter 81, 10.

Martin, P., Wishart, J., Scott, B. (2013). Orkney Bere whisky – a single malt from a Scottish landrace. Landraces 2, 16-18.

Martin, P. (2012). Developing an “all-Orkney” single malt whisky. SCRR Newsletter 75, 4.

Martin, P. (2012). Single malt Scotch whisky from 59o North. Brewer & Distiller International July 2012, 45-47.

Martin, P. (2012). Orkney bere for Arran whisky. Brewer & Distiller International October 2012, 41

Martin, P. (2010). North European Cereal Varieties For The North Of Scotland. The Crofter 89, p.7.

Martin, P. and Chang, X. (2008). Bere Whisky – rediscovering the spirit of an old barley. Brewer & Distiller International June 2008, 41-43.

Martin, P. and Chang, X. (2007). Bere and beer. Brewer & Distiller International June 2007, 29.

Annual reports

 

Other reports (since 2010)

2016

Martin, P., Reykdal, O. and Halland, H. (2016). Current cereal growing situation in five northern regions and the potential for using local cereals in food and drink products. Project Report – Northern Cereals – New Markets for a Changing Environment. Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme.

Martin, P. (2016). Report to Highland Park Distillery on the performance of an Orkney supply chain for malting barley in 2015.

2015

Martin, P. (2015). Grain Quality Criteria For Malting Barley. Project Report – Northern Cereals – New Markets for a Changing Environment. Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme.

Martin, P. (2015). Producing malt in Orkney from locally grown barley for the Swannay Brewery.

Martin, P. (2015). Report to Forestry Commission Scotland on the monitoring of short rotation forestry trials in Orkney during 2015.

Reykdal, O., Kristjánsdóttir, T., Hermannsson, J., Martin, P., Dalmansdóttir, S., Djurhus, R. Kavanagh, V., Frederiksen, A. (2014). Status of Cereal Cultivation in the North Atlantic Region. MATIS Report 23-14. ISSN: 1670-7192.

Martin, P. (2015). Report to Highland Park Distillery on the performance of an Orkney supply chain for malting barley in 2014. Orkney College UHI.

Martin, P. (2015). Review of Cereal Growing in Shetland. Orkney College UHI.

2014

Martin, P. (2014). Report to Highland Park Distillery on the performance of an Orkney supply chain for malting barley in 2014. Orkney College UHI.

Martin, P. (2014). Report to Forestry Commission Scotland on Monitoring of Short Rotation Forestry Trials In Orkney During 2014. Orkney College UHI.

Martin, P. (2014). Report to Highland Brewing Company on a Project to Use Bere For the Development of an Orkney Beer. Orkney College UHI.

McDougall, G. and Martin, P. (2014). Report for the Orkney Wine Company.

Reykdal, O., Martin, P., Helgadóttir, A., Halland, H., Kavanagh, V. and Djurhus, R. (2014). Cereal Products And Markets In The Northern Periphery Region. MATIS Report 21-14. ISSN: 1670-7192.

2013

Martin, P. (2013). Report to Forestry Commission Scotland on Phase Two of a Project to Establish Short Rotation Forestry Trials In Orkney. Orkney College UHI.

Martin, P. (2013). Report to Highland Park Distillery on the performance of an Orkney supply chain for malting barley in 2013. Orkney College UHI.

Martin, P. (2013). Report to Orkney Wine Company on a feasibilty project into the use of locally grown northern fruits for wine making. Orkney College UHI.

Martin, P. (2013). Report to Highland Park Distillery on the performance of an Orkney supply chain for malting barley in 2012. Orkney College UHI.

2012

Martin, P. (2012). Report to Forestry Commission Scotland on Phase One of a Project to Establish Short Rotation Forestry Trials In Orkney. Orkney College UHI.

Martin, P. (2012). Report to Highland Park Distillery on results from a malting barley variety trial in 2011.

Martin, P. (2012). Report to Highland Park Distillery on the performance of an Orkney supply chain for malting barley in 2011.

2011

Martin, P. (2011). Report to Uisge Beatha Nan Eilean (Isle of Barra Distillery) on options for sourcing local barley for malt.

Martin, P. (2011). Final report to Blair Atholl Watermill on a project to determine the feasibility of local sourcing of milling wheat. Report to Agros Associates.

Martin, P. and Chang, X (2011). Report on results from Agronomy Institute research on sweet gale 2008-2011. Report to The Boots Company PLC.

2010

Martin, P. (2010). Report to Birsay Heritage Trust on a study of the actual and potential market for stone-ground flours from locally grown cereals in Orkney.

Martin, P. and Chang, X (2010). Report to William Shearer (Agricultural Seeds & General Merchants) on research and development activities with North European cereal varieties

Martin, P. and Chang, X (2010). Report to Highland Park on the performance of an Orkney supply chain for malting barley in 2010.

Sellers, G. and Martin, P. (2010). PELLETime Report for the Orkney and Shetland energy crop trials.