Young and newly planted trees need protection against a range of threats to their successful establishment, says Sally Drury.
Various options are available to support young trees, Sally Drury explains.
Many of the latest tractor-mounted and towed machines can improve productivity, Sally Drury explains.
These indispensable tools fall under the spotlight as our reviewers try out the latest handheld and wheeled units under the watchful eye of Sally Drury.
Continuing our 175th anniversary celebrations, here is our pick of adverts from early editions of The Gardeners' Chronicle -- including a Joseph Paxton-patented glasshouse.
Landfill costs and limitations on burning are driving the development of new machines that deliver more benefits and cost savings, says Sally Drury.
On 21 August 1841, Charles Darwin wrote to Horticulture Week forerunner The Gardeners' Chronicle about "the humble-bees which bore holes in flowers" following a reader's complaint about damage to his bean crop. Continuing celebrations of our 175th anniversary, here we republish Darwin's letter
Manufacturers' latest top-handle models have been designed with the exacting demands of professional arborists in mind, Sally Drury reports.
Import controls and nursery inspections are crucial tools for keeping stock healthy and enabling sales.
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With action difficult and labour intensive, accurate identification of this root disease is key to tackling infection.
Ash dieback is caused primarily by the fungal disease Chalara fraxinea. The number of infected trees in Europe has risen over the past few years, partly due to wet summer weather.
Despite its limited impact on plant health, this fungal infection can cause customers to reject plants.
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Xanthomonas arboricola pv. pruni on Prunus Laurocerasus.