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Comment from Horticulture Week writers, columnists and industry experts including Kate Lowe, Peter Seabrook, Geoff Dixon, Andrew Hewson, Jeremy Barrell, Noel Farrer and Tim Edwards.

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Dixon on...Skills at risk as home-grown production falls

Dixon on...Skills at risk as home-grown production falls

Vegetable growers' returns are the same as 15 years ago. This resembles the predicament in the dairy industry.

According to Seabrook...Exhibits show thriving spirit of co-operation
According To Barrell ... Highway engineers failing to champion trees

According To Barrell ... Highway engineers failing to champion trees

Highways are an obvious source of human discomfort - poisonous gases, particulate pollution, sweat-inducing heat storage and flood-causing rainwater runoff, to name a few.

Future-proof solutions on show

Future-proof solutions on show

Anyone who went to last week's IoG Saltex exhibition looking for real innovation in the grounds care kit and machinery armoury couldn't fail to have been impressed with what they saw.

Seabrook on...The significance of science for horticulture

New opportunities at Saltex

This week's Saltex trade show will, as always, provide a fantastic opportunity for professionals concerned with grounds care, sports, amenities, estates and parks to catch up with the very latest developments from machinery, kit and services suppliers.

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