New look Horticulture Week launches with even more information

A fresh new look for Horticulture Week has been unveiled today including new sections that we hope you will find a valuable addition to our comprehensive package of online and print information services.

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Image: HW

First up is our new Plant Health section, which brings together a round-up of the latest pest and disease alerts from our web-based Pest & Disease Tracker service, the latest agreements for an Extension of Authorisation for Minor Use, developments in R&D, plus leading nursery stock consultant John Adlam's hugely popular column crammed with practical advice for professionals responsible for ornamental stock.

We are also introducing a new Industry Data section that draws together valuable information for professionals - available exclusively to Horticulture Week readers. This includes the latest business leads from our new Landscape Project Leads service designed to help landscape contractors win new business and a new garden centre prices chart listing prices for a selection of garden products and plants from a group of leading garden retailers.

Last but not least, we have expanded our award-winning, industry-leading news service to create a bumper 18-page Briefing section covering the most important developments in the landscape and amenity, garden retail, ornamentals production, fresh produce and arboriculture industries.

Other highlights in this packed edition include the sixth Garden Retail Power 100, which has seen more newcomers join the garden industry than ever and the latest case study from our Landscape4Places campaign.

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