HorticultureWeek.co.uk - information in one handy place

As we publish the second in our brand new series on pest and disease management which includes fully updated options for biological, cultural and chemical control, don't forget that Horticulture Week now publishes a wealth of pest and disease information, in one handy place, on our newly enhanced website. You can find it at www.HorticultureWeek.co.uk/pests.

The section includes a range of detailed articles with practical advice on the management of different pests and diseases as well as the latest notifications from the Food & Environment Research Agency of outbreaks around the UK. In addition there is general news on pests and diseases, regulatory matters and the latest solutions.

This development is just one of a wide range of exciting enhancements to www.HorticultureWeek.co.uk, which include an expanded plants section with an extensive archive of HW's popular plant focus features as well as all the latest news about plant introductions - again all in one handy place.

Other new areas include a technical section focusing on horticultural techniques and practical findings from research, a new section for business managers and dedicated advice and resources for green space leaders. We have also expanded our pages devoted to machinery and materials, including HW's unique and respected machinery test reports and buyers' guides.

Full access is available to existing and new subscribers (except those opting for print-only) who can log in and view all content as part of their subscription. If you have any difficulties at all accessing the site, just give us a call on 020 8267 8121 or by email at hwsupport@haymarket.com. We'll be happy to help.


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