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Prevalent in wet, humid conditions and particularly on susceptible crops grown under overhead irrigation, tip blights can adversely affect a range of conifer species.
A just-in-time policy can be a smart move to aid cash flow in light of post-Brexit uncertainty, Neville Stein advises
These perfect pot plants for Christmas can be brought back into flower year after year, Miranda Kimberley explains.
Efficiency and flexibility are the key features of suppliers' latest machinery to help growers' production processes, Sally Drury reports.
Advanced cladding, better ventilation and more durable frameworks are among the improvements offered by the latest polytunnels, says Sally Drury.
Superior propagation products can justify extra expenditure by providing precise cell fill, optimum root development and healthy plugs, writes Sally Drury.
Foliar feeds are a fast and effective way to get nutrients into plants, Sally Drury explains
These evergreen subshrubs with glossy foliage and plump red berries are much underrated, writes Miranda Kimberley.
This staple of the indoor plant market in garden centres is renowned for its attractive leaves, says Miranda Kimberley.
These tidy evergreen trees are not just for Christmas and come in a range of shapes and sizes, writes Miranda Kimberley.
A graceful habit, lots of fragrant flowers and attractive foliage are the key facets of this genus, writes Miranda Kimberley.
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