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Horticulture Week - 23 March 2012

Horticulture Week - 23 March 2012

The Horticulture Week - 23 March 2012 issue includes:

NEWS: B&Q under fire for topsoil peat content

INTERVIEW: Recession buster Bowden Hostas owner Tim Penrose

MARKET REPORT: Pedestrian mowers

SALADS: Growers maximise the market

PLANT FOCUS: Unusual climbers

PEST & DISEASE FACTSHEET: Vine weevil

ARBORICULTURE: Managing risk

 

Archive issues

Horticulture Week - 18 April 2014
Horticulture Week - 18 April 2014
Horticulture Week 4 April 2014
Horticulture Week 4 April 2014
Horticulture Week - 21 March 2014
Horticulture Week - 21 March 2014
Horticulture Week - 7th March 2014
Horticulture Week - 7th March 2014
Horticulture Week - 21 February 2014
Horticulture Week - 21 February 2014
Horticulture Week - 7 February 2013
Horticulture Week - 7 February 2013
Horticulture Week - 24 January 2014
Horticulture Week - 24 January 2014
Horticulture Week - 10 January 2014
Horticulture Week - 10 January 2014
Horticulture Week - 6 December 2013
Horticulture Week - 6 December 2013
Horticulture Week - 22 November 2013
Horticulture Week - 22 November 2013

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In This Issue

Horticulture Week - 18 April 2014

NEWS: Garden centres look forward to late Easter sales bonanza

SARGENT'S SOLUTIONS: Why the Customer Rights Bill should be seen as an opportunity rather than a threat

MARKET REPORT: Glasshouses

LANDSCAPE ANALYSIS: Government prospectus offers potential boost across disciplines

EDIBLES: Helping cut food waste - latest packaging addresses concerns over waste issues

PLANT FOCUS: Polygonatum