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Big changers week on week as of 18 April 2016
|Cabbage, Savoy (kg)||29||Asda|
|Apples, Gala (kg)||185||Sainsbury's|
Retail prices from the major supermarkets are collected by Market Intelligence Services and updated every Tuesday.
Average most usual as of W/E 25 April 2016.
|Asparagus, all varieties||823|
*National average wholesale and median prices charged in England.
Data supplied by Defra. www.defra.gov.uk
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Gail Manning Cumbria
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MorePeople North Yorkshire
Trainee Grower Manager / East Riding of Yorkshire
MorePeople England, Yorkshire and the Humber
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Rooftop and vertical farming, underground facilities, aquaculture and aeroponics are all gaining ground in urban areas, writes Gavin McEwan.
From operating hi-tech machinery to developing new varieties, production horticulture needs young people to drive the industry, writes Rachel Anderson.
A year into WW1 and wanting to protect the industry from "irreparable loss", The Gardeners' Chronicle urged readers to reduce garden expenditure as little as possible.
With greater restrictions on chemical use and more investment by multinationals, biocontrols are becoming an increasingly attractive and viable option across a range of crops, Rachel Anderson reports.
The benefits of growing crops under LEDs are interesting growers, nurserymen and research establishments, Sally Drury discovers.
One month after the outbreak of war in 1914 The Gardeners' Chronicle hailed steps being taken to build food security at home and urged no let up in 'wise action now'
Local MP Antoinette Sandbach watched horticulture trainees grow their skills during a visit to Reaseheath College, Cheshire, as part of National Apprenticeship Week (March 14 - 19)
Thompson & Morgan has found its own Incredicrop fertiliser is the best feed for tomatoes after assessing more than 140 tomato varieties at its Suffolk trial grounds last summer.
Two UK crop research institutes are joining forces to create a new centre for applied crop science and innovation.