Market reports offer an in-depth view of product types for specific industry sectors such as fertilisers, sprayers and polytunnels to identify trends and emerging opportunities as well as potential threats in the market.
Brassicas, squashes, salads, roots and alliums were all on show as growers, advisers, agents and buyers visited the main seed breeders' sites, Gavin McEwan reports.
Superior propagation products can justify extra expenditure by providing precise cell fill, optimum root development and healthy plugs, writes Sally Drury.
Successful relocations can see even big trees flourish while costing less than buying new stock, says Sally Drury.
Handheld battery powered machines are growing in popularity with users keen to demonstrate their green credentials, Sally Drury finds.
Those in charge of grounds, estates and sports facilities have a vast range of kit available to cope with the worst that winter can throw at them, Sally Drury reports.
Bigger plants are in demand as housebuilding leads to swelling order books at nurseries that can deliver quality, Jez Abbott reports.
Specific fabrics are produced for each sector of horticulture but quality is the key factor across the board when it comes to choosing a product.
A plethora of new products and services were launched at GreenTech offering further innovation in protected horticulture, Gavin McEwan reports.
Versatile and durable roller mowers continue to grow more popular and are proving their worth across a variety of sites and applications, Sally Drury finds.
We understand that weeds are just plants growing in the wrong place but they mean so much more to growers.
The latest introductions are increasing the choice of tractors even further across all sectors. Sally Drury looks at the new models.
The latest machines have simplified the process of line marking using cutting-edge technology and even robotics, Sally Drury reports.
With statutory testing affecting amenity and production, Sally Drury looks at how manufacturers' latest products can reduce downtime and create savings.
What are the options for groundsmen looking to bring facilities back to life? Rachel Anderson reports on latest developments in seeders, aerators, scarifiers, line-markers, spreaders and top dressers.
Manufacturers and distributors are helping growers to contend with the challenges of the British climate, Rachel Anderson finds.
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